Blogging or making videos can be difficult. So is finding the TIME to blog/video. As a pet sitting business owner you wear so many different hats, and “resident content creator” is one of them. So this month, as my gift to you, I’m compiling a list of 4 march pet sitting blog or video ideas that you can use. Hopefully these will give you some inspiration and some time back, as you won’t have to ponder what to write about.
4 March Pet Sitting Blog Or Video Ideas
#1 – St Patrick’s Day is coming up!
As a pet sitting business owner, it’s really important to focus and capitalize on the holidays. This is where a good portion of where your revenue comes from. Posting fun ideas for outings that pet lovers can go on with their animals show you truly care about their pets.
Maybe the client could take their dog to a dog park, a dog-friendly bar with an outdoor patio, on a hike, to the lake with friends, or even on a picnic. The possibilities are endless. For extra bonus points, include specific places in your hometown (i.e. McDowell Mountain Ranch Park) that would be great destinations for pets and their owners.
#2 – Change in Season is Here – Spring!
Another thing to focus on as a pet sitting business owner is seasons. With the changing of seasons comes “maintenance” that pet owners will have to do for their pet such as grooming, maybe a new diet, new walking routine, etc. Again, capitalize on this by BLOGGING or TALKING about it. This is a perfect subject because making yourself useful for your clients will only make them like you more.
Dog owners can get ready for Spring by getting their dog groomed, adjusting their exercise routine, taking them to local destinations that they weren’t able to in the winter, getting allergy medication for their dog if needed, etc.
You could also write or talk about Spring Time games to play, can your dog eat grass and lots of others! Just let your imagination go!
#3 – With the Change Of Seasons Comes Allergies.
Maybe you knew dogs can have allergies, but many do not. It’s an interesting question to investigate, which will make them likely to click on it. This is a worthwhile addition because March marks the start of allergy season!
After you establish that yes, your dog can have allergies, discuss it further. How would they know if their dog had allergies? What are the symptoms? What are the treatments? Do they need to see a veterinarian for it? Ask and answer pertinent questions that the average dog owner might wonder.
#4 – Look At The Topics Of The Month:
March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. Every month there is a different pet awareness topic, which you can read about on this website here. GREAT blogging or video content!
For Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month, you can talk about what exactly IS a poison to pets? How exactly can owners prevent pet poisoning? What should an owner do if they suspect their pet is poisoned? What are the symptoms of pet poisoning? Again, think of important questions and then answer them for your readers.
Be sure to list the phone numbers for the Pet Poison Helpline and ASPCA Pet Poison Control.
Content Will Help Your Website!
I hope these ideas are helpful to you and are able to give you some ideas and inspiration about blogs or videos for March. If you are a pet sitting business that DOESN’T have a blog – it’s never too late to start. If you’re still not convinced, check out these blogs I wrote on Why Should I Blog For My Pet Sitting Business and Why You Should Care About Your Holiday Cover Profiles And Blogging.
Lastly, if you choose to write about any of these topics – be sure to post a link to your blog in the comments section so I can read it. I want to see where your creative minds take these ideas! 🙂
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