PetSafe Pet Author
Sandy Robins is an award-winning multimedia pet lifestyle expert, columnist, TV and pet industry personality. She is the author of four cat books namely The Original Cat Bible, Fabulous Felines: Health and Beauty Secrets for the Pampered Pet, the glossy coffee table book For The Love Of Cats and the feline gift book Making The Most Of All Nine Lives: The Extraordinary Life Of Buffy The Cat.
She is the recipient of the of the Excellence in Journalism and Outstanding Contribution to the Pet Industry Award, a lifetime achievement awarded presented by the American Pet Products Association and an honoree of the Pet Age Women of Influence in the Pet Industry Award.
Sandy’s work documents the wonderful relationship that we have with our pets highlighting trends and innovative ideas as they happen and how these trends can improve our pet’s general health and well-being and enhance our human-animal bond. Her written work can be seen on a large and varied platform that includes websites such as Today.com, MSN.com, real estate site Zillow.com and magazines as diverse Caster and Consumers’ Digest.
Sandy has worked with Toyota as a pet safety advisor, American Airlines promoting pet safety in the air and with a variety of companies such as Nestle Purina Pet Care, Merrick Pet Care, WellPet, Worldwise, Sleepypod and many more. She introduced pet video cameras to pet parents for Motorola and traveled nationwide as a pet lifestyle spokesperson for Petco, also introducing a segment on the Weather Channel for the company.
She lives in California with two adopted cats Ziggy and Tory and is auntie to every dog on the block. Learn more at www.SandyRobinsOnLine.com
Articles by This Author
May marks Lyme Disease Prevention Month, highlighting this and other tick-borne diseases found that can occur in both people and pets. Lyme disease is transmitted from a bite of an infected...
Just like people, dogs appreciate their independence around the home in order to access their favorite places. And the same goes for elderly cats that are no longer as agile as they were in...