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How to create content to connect with new pet owners
Episode 4126th November 2020 • Your pet business content your way • Rachel Spencer
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Thanks to the Coronavirus health crisis there are more new pet owners in every town, city and village across the UK.

Everywhere you go, you can’t move for pandemic puppies.

Animal charities now have huge waiting lists for adoptions.

And if you’re a pet business owner this is good news - because the new pet parents will need to use your services.

Whether that’s dog walks in the day when they return to work, or even while working from home when owners need to concentrate on Zoom, or cat visits, they need support.

Not to mention the training challenges faced by owners with puppies who may not have been able to socialise as they would in the normal world.

In this episode I share how you can create content to attract and convert new pet owners.

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Join the Awareness Days class taking place on December 1st at 1pm here: Awareness Days for Pet Businesses

Jude Davidson, a dog walker from Park Life Honiton did this post on how to help your dog cope when you return to work.

Anna Pollard, a dog groomer from The Dog House wrote about how to prepare your puppy for their first groom.

Kate Taylor from Dotty4Paws wrote about how to toilet train your pup and how to crate train your puppy - educational and helpful content rather than ‘buy this stuff.’

Michelle Burgess from Scruffy Little Terrier has products for terriers and their humans. 

She wrote about Ten things you’ll know if you have a terrier and a brilliant Christmas gift guide for terrier owners.

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