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Do You Know About Pet Blogging And Vlogging?

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The web is a vast sea of interesting content which is increasing on an insanely fast pace. Social media Influencers today are moving over fashion and lifestyle and are exploring the new genre of Pet Blogging and Vlogging. And while this may seem like an extremely millennial portmanteau, more and more people of all ages are delving into this field. The Influencer sphere has clearly moved over humans and animals are the new social media stars. 

Today YouTube and Instagram are full of pet vlog channels and picture accounts and people seem to have taken a new liking to them. Instagram accounts like The Dodo, Animal doing things, Nala Cat, Grumpy cat, Loki the husky etc are endowed with millions and millions of followers. These accounts not only show pleasing animal pictures and videos but all generate awareness among people and promote animal rescue. 

The you tube channel Hope for Paws is an official rescue channel and they document their activities to help poor animals and generate awareness and it’s available for us on YouTube. Similarly, Vet Ranch is a YouTube channel where a couple of vetrenantians share their experiences and a few helpful tips. On Instagram, Nala Cat has over 3.5 million followers and even held a record for being the most popular cats. These famous animals regularly have meetups and go to events where people are drooling over them.

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. It can be safely concluded that pet blogs not only help gain popularity and mint money but also make people who make them and watch them extremely happy.

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.

Such blogs help to attract more and more people towards this field of work and hence help more and more animals get a happy and fun life. 

And we from Scoutripper have an important message for all reading this :

“ADOPT DON’T SHOP!”