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Meet the pack who makes this site possible! I want to thank each and every one of them for all that they do to help us out. They are absolutely amazing people and so generous to help us get this site off the ground... Woof and mews and gentle headbutts...
- Stacy Mantle: Your pack leader - the one who puts the site together and runs around crazy most of the time.
- J.C. Carpenter: Her amazing talents in art and design are the reason we're able to offer so many fantastic graphics, including our logo!
- Rory Jones: The genius who fixes all the programming that Stacy screws up.
- Dr. Lori Coughlin: Our amazing Cat Specialist - answering all your feline questions.
- Jim Willis: Author and true animal rights activist, he's generously shared some of his brilliance with us.
- Ed Kostro: Prolific author and animal lover, Ed is committed to animals of all species.
- Ron Hevener: Talented author and artist, Ron writes the brilliant "On With the Show" column.
- Lianne Brand: Amazing, crazy Canadian who spends all her time helping us out with the "Communities".
- Katherine Hoffman: Owner of Hoffmansites Web & Graphic Design, Kathy has been great in helping us solve our "Joomla" issues.
- Susan Richey: Photographer extraordinaire for her amazing photos in the slideshow of dogs frolicking in the ocean. Visit her at A Dog's Life Photography.
- Maia (aka Tibby): Amazing amateur photographer whose favorite video subjects make for some of our best cat pictures. Visit her album at Flickr.
Many thanks, all. We couldn't do it without you!
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Stacy is a full-time writer and the owner of PetsWeekly. She currently resides in the Arizona deserts with several cats, a few dogs, and a VERY understanding husband. A dedicated animal activist and rescuer, she regularly participates in Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) projects. She is the author of several books, including the popular, Conquering the Food Chain: Living Amongst Animals (Without Becoming One). Her books are available in Barnes & Noble bookstores nationwide, as well as online at http://www.bn.com/or www.amazon.com. Her stories, articles and reviews can be found in such print publications as Cat Fancy, Pacific Yachting, The Arabian Horse Times, Today's AZ Woman, Pets Illustrated, Jackson Parents Magazine and many others.
Other members include:
Josh Weirich: Josh is a Marketing Specialist with Lauren International, a global multi-divisional company serving a variety of industries. Included in the Lauren family of companies are: Lauren Mfg, Lauren Innovations and Nurtured Pets. Josh has several years of marketing communications experience including in-house marketing and outside agency as well as industry experience in health care, CPG, banking, real estate, sports, higher education, pets and non-profit.
Brett Bittner: Brett is the founder of Ask Spike Online. In addition to their efforts with dog behavior, Brett and Spike also work to re-unite lost dogs with their families with Spike's Lost and Found, as well as helping rescues, shelters, and fosters find forever homes for deserving dogs with Spike's Shelter Dogs. Locally, they work to promote area pet events and activities for families to attend with their pups in the Atlanta area.
Steven Vena: Steven is an Brand Marketing Executive with over 15 years experience in helping clients launch new product, enhance brand identity, and increase market share. As President and Director of Creative Strategy at Nimble Group, Inc., a brand marketing firm located in metropolitan Chicago, his focus is on strategic brand building for foods, consumer products and specialty services.
Debra Furstenburg: Debra has been working in the pet nutrition industry since 2008, as an Independent Field Representative for HealthyPetNet. Prior to then, she has had dogs in her life for more than 20 years, including her current family cockapoo Oreo.
Jack Goldenberg: Jack is an idea man, a serial entrepreneur and an advertising Copywriter and Creative Director. He has always been ahead of his time. He played a major role introducing McDonald’s Happy Meal, arguing with McDonald’s founder, Ray Kroc, who wanted to put the Happy Meal in a bag. Goldenberg insisted the Happy Meal had to be in a box so kids could collect and display them.blog comments powered by Disqus
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