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Going Behind the Scenes with Fidose of Reality

Carol Bryant
Me and Dexter at BlogPaws in Vegas.

Do you think you have what it takes to be a pet blogger? Are you someone who wants to use social media to help more pets in need get adopted? And what about social media in general: Doesn’t it seem to move at a rapid speed? What if you could somehow immerse yourself in all things blogging and/or microblogging (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc) and do something for dogs? How would you like to go behind the scenes with Fidose of Reality?

My love of writing stems from a passion for dogs and a desire to want to help them without having to work as a veterinarian and/or in a shelter. Recently while at the BlogPaws Conference on Lake Las Vegas, I was interviewed by Robert Semrow, who spearheads a production company called Pet World Insider.

Here’s my 5+ minute interview to give Fidose of Reality readers a look behind the green curtain, to learn what goes on at BlogPaws, what it takes to be a pet blogger, and the things we have brewing here at Fidose of Reality.

Personally, by using our voice and our written word, we’ve been able to help dogs in need from all over the world. It is at BlogPaws where we met pet rescue rock star, Eldad Hagar, of Hope for Paws. Eldad is able to help so many animals in need through his social media reach. We continue to learn from folks like Eldad and his infinite wisdom. Give a peek to this latest video from Hope for Paws:

Pit Bull gets rescued and makes an amazing recovery! (Please share so we can find her an amazing home).

Pet blogging is a viable and lucrative hobby and/or career, but it takes a lot of time, love, passion, continuing education, and most of all: A dedication.

Are you using social media to help dogs in need? Let us know in the comments below.

A dog lover of the highest order is how Gayle King introduced Carol Bryant, when she appeared with her Cocker Spaniel on Oprah Radio’s Gayle King show to dish dogs. Carol created and owns the trademark, My Heart Beats Dog® and lives that mantra. A 30-year veteran of the dog world, she is President of the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) and the 2020 DWAA winner for Best Dog Blog.

Comments

  1. M. K. Clinton says

    Great interview! I am constantly trying to keep up with social media. I need to learn how to make videos for YouTube and that is my next goal. Thanks for all that you do to help pets who are less fortunate than your Dexter and my Bentley. Every dog should be loved as much as ours!

    • Carol Bryant says

      MK, thanks so much. I love doing videos and they are really a fun way to get the word out. I find that it often takes me less time to video than to write. If you have any questions, feel free to reach otu to me. Hugs to Bentley, too.

  2. Kelsie says

    Thank you so much for posting this video! It’s great to be able to learn from people that are succeeding in the blogging world. I’m still working on getting all of the different social media platforms figured out, but I’m slowly making progress. I love your Wigglebutt Warrior idea. I hope to one day find a way to help the Great Pyrenees and other giant breeds in need.

    • Carol Bryant says

      That means a lot to me, Kelsie. I really want to use my voice for dogs. Great P is a stunning breed. I am working on an ebook for creative fundraising, so stay tuned.

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