Photos and Updates are the Best Part of an Online Community


You can ask the powers-that-be at our publishing headquarters: I had to be dragged kicking and screaming to posting on Facebook and writing blog posts. But one thing keeps me coming back to check the blog and the WDJ Facebook page: I really enjoy seeing posts that show or describe the progress that our readers have made with their dogs. It doesn’t matter if they report on a health or training issue; it’s just really rewarding to communicate with like-minded owners who are as concerned (some would say obsessed) or in love with their dogs as we are. It’s even better if we’ve met the dog, or shared his or her story at some point in the magazine.

So share your stories! These winter nights are long and just MADE for telling good dog stories. Post a picture, too. Tell us what you’re working on or what you’ve already accomplished.