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Social Networking For Pets?

You’re finally a social networking guru: your profile is up and ready, and the world awaits your clever blog updates and ‘scenic’ changes of your homepage. You’re beginning to expand and grow your network like never before, and your inbox is spilling over with ‘Friend’ requests or invites to share your daily antics even further. Why stop there? If you haven’t introduced your entire family and friends network to your social repertoire, don’t forget your pet! Today’s happy pet owners are creating complete profiles for their pets with social networking sites geared exclusively to highlight that loyal friend in your life.

Dogster.com and Catster.com are just two up-and-coming sites that are taking a shot at the niche segment that has usually been left to simple wallet-size picture exchanges or office momentos. Pet owners can now upload pictures, videos, complete personality profiles, and locations of their loyal friends to share everything from stories to pet care tips with other like-minded individuals. Let your pet steal the social networking limelight, and showcase their fabulous personalities for the world to admire! Dogster.com, self-described as ‘for the love of dog,’ highlights the opportunity to create a free dog webpage; to date, the site is home to over 207,000 dogs. A Dog of the Week is featured on the homepage, along with the Dog of the Day, and an upgrade for a yearly membership of $19.99/year allows add-ons such as photo captions, photo frames, extra bio fields, and uploading more photos. Dogster.com and Catster.com are website ‘twins’ specialized and designed for each pet type; both feature forums, groups, blogs to browse, and of course video uploading capabilities.

Petster.com works on a global scale, covering all pet species including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and parakeets. Although this social networking site for pets isn’t as user-friendly as Dogster.com, it does offer a comprehensive listing of pets easily-searchable by country, species, and type. Various pet clubs attract members to join specific groups: join the ‘Aquatic Experts’ or ‘Millet Lovers Club’ for added interaction opportunities with other similar pet owners. Petster.com currently hosts over 11,000 members.

Need more? The Hamsterster.com website began in 2004, but has recently experienced a surge in members with new pictures and profile pages added daily. A total of just over 1,400 hamsters from around the world are featured on the site; you’ll find cute pictures, fan lists specifically for gerbils and hamsters, and a complete browse-able thumbnail list of active members.

The progressive world of social networking is reaching out to niche groups and offering both small and large communities a chance to interact and communicate in distinct ways. Pet social networking sites offer the flexibilities of standard search engines to easily locate a pet owner with similar interests in your local area. Joining groups, sharing stories, and discussing pet issues with other people is becoming easier and more flexible than ever.

Aside from this site, you can also use Instagram as a platform of social media for your pet. A lot of people are looking for nice accounts on IG about pets. If ever you consider this, you can go to https://buzzvoice.com/instagram/followers/order to help you grow your network and audience.

Brian
Brian
Brian Singleton a retired news editor and tech enthusiast. He shares a deep love for science and technology and wishes to connect with others through this his content.

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