Writing for PetsBlogs is easy if you’re an animal lover or pet owner with a particular expertise, pertinent knowledge, great anecdotes or just something pet related that you’d like to share with our readers. If you’re interested in sharing your passion, we’re interested in you and what you’ve got to say! Just be sure to review and adhere to the 5 simple guidelines below before submitting your article.
1. Your article must be original.
By original we mean (1) you wrote it and (2) it’s not published anywhere else. Should we find it’s not original, we won’t consider publishing it and will remove it without any notice if it somehow slipped through the cracks.
2. Your article must be relevant.
You’d think that would go without saying, but believe us – it needs to be said. PetsBlogs is all about animals, pets, and the people who love them. We’re interested in all things animal. If you have something to say about dogs, cats, birds, horses, or any other creature in the animal kingdom, we’re listening. If you’re writing about car insurance or gambling, we’re not interested, no matter how many pet-related references you toss into the mix.
3. Your article must be in English.
4. Your article can include links.
Yep. You heard right. You can place links inside the body of your article. Any links included should be essential to the understanding of the article (or as a reference for stats, etc). However, any links included in the article or bio may be removed, edited, and/or nofollowed as we see fit.
5. Your article must have an author bio submitted with it.
You must have a short bio (2-4 sentences) to submit when you submit the article. You’ll get full credit for the article within the bio. If you don’t have a bio ready, don’t submit your article. If the article is published, we’ll likely contact you for additional information such as blog and social media links, so feel free to include those notes right inside the bio box as well!
Article Submission Form
Notice: Editorial Rights
Should your article be accepted, we reserve the right to make minor edits during review – prior to publication. Such edits may include, but are not limited to, spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, links, images, etc. By submitting your article you are granting permission for such.