Saturday, January 12, 2013

Petrendologist Charlotte Reed hosts Twitter Party about “Getting Pet Organized”

Via PRLog - Start out 2013 by getting organized! On Tuesday, January 15 at 7 PM (EST), Pet Trend and Lifestyle Expert Charlotte Reed is hosting a Twitter Party about getting your pet’s food, toys, litter and gear organized. This first-time, pet-centric Twitter event welcomes pet lovers, professional organizers, bloggers and others to participate at #GetPetNeat.

“Today’s pets are just like children; they have a lot of stuff. Pet parents are always asking me how to best organize their dog and cat’s necessities and possessions. The purpose of this pet-focused Tweet-Up is to teach pet owners and others how to live in a well though-out, pet-friendly environment. The #GetPetNeat Twitter Party will provide pet organizational tips, but also provide money saving advice,” says Reed.

In honor of the National Association of Professional Organizers Get Organized Month, Charlotte Reed at the #GetPetNeat Twitter event will discuss:

  • How to store pet food
  • What to do with pet apparel
  • Where to put leashes and collars
  • What type of containers to keep pet meds in
  • How to organize pet gear and equipment
  • What to do with grooming supplies
  • How to handle your pet’s toys
  • How to store litter
  • Where to maintain pet paperwork
  • What to do with pet photographs
  • What pet gear to keep and leave in your car 

Ms. Reed will encourage participants to share their difficulties as well as their tips and tricks.

Sign-up for the #GetPetNeat Twitter Party on Tuesday, January 15 at 7 PM (EST) by clicking here:

Charlotte Reed is the leading pet trend and lifestyle expert and journalist. Reed is the Pet Solutions columnist for First for Women magazine, providing money saving tips to their readers. She also writes for NBC’s and As the Happy & Healthy Pets blogger, Reed provides health and wellness pet care tips for readers. She is also the author of The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette. To learn more about Charlotte Reed, her upcoming events and to win 52 weeks of FREE pet products, sign up for her newsletter at


  1. Charlotte Reed, the self-proclaimed pet expert, cancelled her Pet Writing Conference recently without notifying attendees. She has not responded to several phone calls or emails other than to state that she is "postponing" the conference. She accepted my registration (and $232 registration fee) last June for the conference that was to be held February 8th. I wonder why Charlotte has so many different business, different websites “under construction” or not kept up to date...she's on the run!