Traveling Dog Lady: Portfolio

Portfolio

Interview on cvm.com The "Tenacious" IT Company

Educational Travel Done Right, with CFO of Passports, Kathy Mueller

Published on The Cat Site

16 Top Cat Experts Share Tips For Dealing With Timid Cats

Published on Passports.com

A Tribute to Our Founder:  Dr. Gilbert Scott Markle

Published on MyPawsitivelyPets.com

Pawsome Pet of the Week: Cali

Published on Chronic Illness Bloggers Network

Blogger of the Week, Kathleen at the Fibro-Fog Chronicles

Published on Cape Women Online

Weather Dogs, by K.S. Mueller CapeWomenOnline Holiday 2011 issue

Ahead of Our Time, by K.S. Mueller CapeWomenOnline Spring 2012 issue

Where the Lighthouse Once Stood, by K.S. Mueller CapeWomenOnline Fall 2012 issue

A Christmas Tradition, by K.S. Mueller, CapeWomenOnline, Holiday 2012 issue

Dog Owners Welcome in Eastham, by K.S. Mueller, CapeWomenOnline, Winter 2013 issue

Ah... April!, by K.S. Mueller, CapeWomenOnline, Spring, 2013 issue

The Red Blanket, by K.S. Mueller, CapeWomenOnline, Fall 2013 issue

On CBSLocal.com, Boston

All K.S. Mueller's CBSLocal articles (Family and Pets reporter)

Boston's Best Spots To Find Winter Gear For Pets, December, 2013

Boston Area's Best Dog Walking Trails, CBSLocal, September 2013

Best Playgrounds Around Boston, CBSLocal, August, 2013

Boston's Best Dog Walking Services, CBSLocal, August, 2013

Boston's Best Summer Vacation Activities, CBSLocal, July, 2013

Boston Area's Best Activities To Do With Dad for Father's Day, June 2013

Boston's Best Mother's Day Events For 2013, CBSLocal, May, 2013

Best Pet Stores South of Boston, CBSLocal, April, 2013

Boston's Best Places to Entertain Your Grandparents On a Budget, March 2013

Boston's Best Ways For Kids To Celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2013; March 2013

Boston's Best Pet-Friendly Outings, CBSLocal, January, 2013

Boston's Dog-Friendliest Work Places, CBSLocal, January, 2013


From FamilyPet.com (formerly the Doggyloot blog, DoggyWoof)

Handling Fireworks and Thunderstorms, by K.S. Mueller, July 11, 2012

Do Pets Really Relieve Stress, by K.S. Mueller, August 11, 2012

Debunking Five Myths About Three-Legged Dogs, by K.S. Mueller, Sept 11, 2012

October is Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Month, by K.S. Mueller, October 2012

Celebrating Your Dog's Birthday, by K.S. Mueller, November 2012

Beat the Holiday Blues with Your Dog, by K.S. Mueller, December 2012

Arthritis, Your Senior Dog, and You, by K.S. Mueller, January 2013

One Year Later, a Puppy Grows (and grows, and grows), by K.S. Mueller, February 2013

Rescue a Pet: You Just May Find the Love of Your Life, by K.S. Mueller, March 2013

Feeling Guilty About Getting a New Dog?, by K.S. Mueller, April 2013

Does Fido Have What it Takes to be a Therapy Dog?, by K.S. Mueller, May 2013

Hot Car Etiquette for the Dog Days of Summer, by K.S. Mueller, June 2013

Is a Multi-Pet Household for You?, by K.S. Mueller, July 2013

Why Do Dogs Give Chase?, by K.S. Mueller, August 2013

Service Dogs Welcome - A Small Town Gets a Big Education, by K.S. Mueller, September 2013

What Kind of Dog is That?, by K.S. Mueller, October 2013

3 Options for Fido Care When You Can't Be There, by K.S. Mueller, November, 2013

5 Ways To Help Dogs This Holiday Season, by K.S. Mueller, December, 2013

Teaching Your Young Dog Non-Verbal Commands Comes in Handy Later, by K.S. Mueller, Jan 2014

From Fairy DogParents.org blog

Back to School - But What About the Family Dog? By K.S. Mueller August 27, 2012

Tripawds: Meet JJ the Three-Legged Dog October 22, 2012

November is Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month, By K.S. Mueller, November 15, 2012

Canine Allergies, by K.S. Mueller, January 26, 2013

World Spay Day & Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, by K.S. Mueller, February 27, 2013

Seizures in Dogs, by K.S. Mueller, September 16, 2013

The Myth of "Free to a Good Home", by K.S. Mueller, October 1, 2013

Eastham Dog Owners' Association Newsletter Publisher 2013-2014

January 2013 EDOA Newsletter

Spring 2013 EDOA Newsletter

May/June 2013 EDOA Newsletter

October 2013 EDOA Newsletter

December 2013 EDOA Newsletter

Winter 2014 EDOA Newsletter  -- published but no live link yet.  Available in .pdf upon request.



Self-published books

More Than Anything in the World, Volumes 1 & 2, By K.S. Mueller in print or e-format

Coming soon!  "Everything Is A Song" - a collection of memoir essays about K.S. Mueller's dogs and cats (among other things).  Read an excerpt, here!

Affiliate Link - Publish your book, just like I did, at Self-Publishing School 

Web sites:

fibroworks.com Active women living and working with fibromyalgia

k2k9.com

ksmueller.com


Other

k2k9 on Tripawds.com -- Cooper's Story

Guest post on From the Dog's Paw

Guest post on Katie O'Sullivan's Blog

Guest post on Judy Helm Wright's Blog

Featured writer on WriterwithDogs 

Featured Pet (Cooper) on the Kittycatchronicles 

Interview with Norwich, CT Bulletin regarding Bon Jovi concert

Cesar & Junior Rock Rhode Island -- from Cesarsway.com
Cesar and Junior Rock Rhode Island
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Cesar Millan packed the Providence Performing Arts Center Saturday night when he and Junior continued their North American speaking tour. As reviewed by the Worcester Pets Examiner, Cesar brought his message of calm-assertiveness to an appreciative crowd, as he taught the difference between being a pack leader and dog trainer.
Reporter Kathleen Mueller described the evening:
“The audience roared with laughter for most of the night. Who knew the guy, as misunderstood as the hundreds of Pit Bulls and other powerful-breed dogs whose lives he has saved, had such a gift for comedy? Throughout the comedic bits were infused highly-educational lessons about how a human can become a responsible dog lover. He never used the word “owner”, but instead “dog lover”. Very fitting, for Cesar himself can only be described as a dog lover.”
“Cesar isn’t a dog trainer. He trains people. His dream, when he came to the U.S., he explained during the show, was to become the world’s most famous dog trainer. His first few clients in the U.S. showed him that the dogs were not the problem, the humans were, and he set his sights on training people to become responsible, calm, pack leaders.”
The audience left with smiles on their faces and lots of Cesar’s insights and lessons to apply when leading their own packs. Cesar and Junior are continuing to travel across the country and hope to meet more dog lovers. Check these dates for when they’re coming to a city near you.
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