Pet Life Today

Pet Life Today

Pet ownership offers a multitude of benefits for physical and emotional health. After a long and difficult day, nothing can compare to the unconditional love you receive from a sweet pet.

In fact, research has shown that pets can decrease both blood pressure and anxiety, and perhaps even boost immunity. Plus, they can help you find dates with a fellow pet lover. While you may feel like just another number in the big, wide world, to your pet – you ARE their world.

Having a pet is tons of fun, but it’s also a lot of work. From regular exercise to a healthy diet, regular vet visits, training, and more, there are a lot of things to consider – and always something new to learn throughout your journey as a pet parent. Pet lovers turn to blogs for advice on health concerns, entertainment (adorable cat GIFs, anyone?), ideas for fun activities to enjoy with your pet, tips on traveling with pets, and just about any concern you might have as a pet parent.

We’ve compiled a list of 54 of the best pet blogs, from blogs with adorable images of furry friends to blogs offering educational information on training, pet health, and other topics. Got a favorite pet blog we missed? Email and we’ll continue to expand the list with reader favorites.


Individual Pet Blogs

1. Ammo the Dachshund


Ammo the Dachshund

Ammo the Dachshund is a mix of pictures and stories about a dog named Ammo. The posts share Ammo’s “amazing adventures, DIY projects, adorable photos, trendy pet products & so much more!” The blog is humorously written from the perspective of the dog and includes many photo shoots with Baby P, whom Ammo refers to as his little sister. The quality of the photos are especially impressive.

Three posts we like from Ammo the Dachshund:

2. Bodie on the Road

Bodie on the Road

Bodie on the Road focuses on the travels of Bodie, a dog who has visited over 30 states in the US. The blog is connected to the bestselling book Bodie on the Road: The Dogged Pursuit of Happiness, and offers practical canine travel tips and information about dog-friendly destinations. It also periodically reviews dog products.

Three posts we like from Bodie on the Road:

3. Champion Of My Heart


Champion Of My Heart

Champion of My Heart, an award-winning dog blog by Roxanne Hawn, describes itself as “a real-time canine memoir.” The posts detail the relationship between Hawn and her two dogs, Clover and Tori. Frequently updated, with over 300 pages of posts–the blog, which has been in existence for over a decade, focuses on the activities and health of Hawn’s two dogs.

Three posts we like from Champion Of My Heart:

4. Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund

Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund

Crusoe The Celebrity Dachshund follows the life of Crusoe, “wiener dog extraordinaire,” as he travels, poses, and, of course, blogs throughout the world. Told from the dog’s POV, the posts mix short, well-written paragraphs with tons of pictures of Crusoe. The blog is tied to a New York Times bestselling book about Crusoe, and the posts encourage comments and interactions from virtual fans.

Three posts we like from Crusoe the  Celebrity Dachshund:

5. Manny The Frenchie


Manny The Frenchie

This website focuses on Manny the Frenchie, the self-proclaimed “world’s most followed French Bulldog.” The website has a diverse selection of Manny-related offerings, including a Manny-approved Spotify playlist, an online shop with Manny mugs and phone cases, and a press section that links to clips of Manny from Buzzfeed, the Huffington Post, Chicago Magazine, and more.

Three posts we like from Manny The Frenchie:

6. My GBGV Life


 My GBGV Life

On My GBGV life, you get to follow Emma. GBGV is an acronym for Grand Basset Griffon Vendeén–try saying that quickly five times. Emma lives quite the life and is very well-traveled throughout the U.S. and some of Europe. The travel images are stunning. Plus, you’ll get great advice on how to travel with your pet.

Three posts we like from My GBGV Life:

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