Saturday, June 8, 2013

Get the skinny on doggy dieting and exercise

Via PR Log - Expanding waistlines aren’t just a personal problem…they are a pet problem too! On Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. EDT, pet trend and lifestyle expert Charlotte Reed will host a Twitter party about getting your pet healthy and fit.

Ever dreamed that you could improve your pet’s health and life by attending a party? By utilizing the most interactive and efficient of online forums, this Twitter event will educate and prepare you to #GetPetFit!

According Reed, knowing the proper diet and exercise needs of your pet is crucial to their well-being.

“Pet owners need to get motivated when it comes to helping their pet with its fitness needs. Pets need diet and exercise as much as we do. Join me at my June 11th Twitter party, and you may even be encouraged to team up with your pet and get fit too!"

Twitter #GetPetFit event host Charlotte Reed will discuss and educate partygoers on a variety of topics, including:
  • A proper diet 
  • A manageable exercise routine 
  • The right exercise equipment 
  • And more pet slimming secrets! 

Reed will encourage #GetPetFit party participants to disclose their concerns about getting their furkids on the right health track and to share their tips to better pet health.

Sign-up for the #GetPetFit Twitter party on Tuesday, June 11 at 7p.m. EDT by visiting: It is fast, easy and free!

Charlotte Reed is the leading pet trend and lifestyle expert and journalist. Millions have had the opportunity to watch her on televisions shows around the globe. Reed is the Pet Solutions columnist for First for Women magazine, and she also writes for NBC’s and Reed has provided health and wellness pet care tips for, and she is also the author of “The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette” (Adams Media, 2007).

To learn more about Charlotte Reed, her upcoming events and a chance to win 52 weeks of FREE pet products, sign up for her newsletter at


  1. I wish I could! I'm on the opposite coast so I won't be able to make it, but I keep an eye out for more :) I'm always excited to learn more about how to make our pups happier and healthier.