All Things Dogs is a website made by dog lovers for dog lovers.

Since 2018, we have been on a mission to make the world a better place for dogs by providing authoritative, trustworthy, and actionable information to canine parents around the world.

To date, our breed guides, training articles, nutrition, and care guides have reached over 6 million people. But we aren’t stopping there. We want to teach and educate over 40,000,000 (that’s 40 million!) about how to adopt the right breed for their family and how to care for their dog after adoption.

With hundreds of breed guides covering a dog’s origin, care, adoption, compatibility, health, and temperament; we provide trustworthy, straightforward, and helpful advice on adopting and caring for dogs to current and potential dog-parents around the globe.

Why We Are Trusted

We are a group of canine professionals and lovers with over decades-worth of experience in training, rehabilitating, and loving dogs! Because of this, our team of dog experts includes veterinarians, clinical animal behaviorists, animal science majors, dog home-boarding/daycare business owners.

All Things Dogs’ editorial team focuses on providing authoritative, trustworthy, and actionable breed guides, training articles, nutrition, and care guides. To achieve this, our editorial team ensures every article has gone through our robust editorial process, which includes peer-reviews, fact-checks, and editorial independence.

The result is a team of professionals who love dogs producing accurate and reliable information for your dog, which is scientifically referenced.

Meet The Team

Editors

John Woods

Founder & Editor-in-Chief

John WoodsJohn is the Founder of All Things Dogs and leads our editorial team as our Editor in Chief. A member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, he has been a dog lover since he was 13 years old. John is the parent to Nala, a working lab retriever. John has also volunteered at multiple animal shelters, where he gained firsthand experience of rehabilitation and force-free positive reinforcement training methods.

Carlin Eswarakumar

Copy & Features Editor

Carlin EswarakumarCarlin is the copy editor at All Things Dogs, she is currently double-majoring in Animal Science and Environmental Science for her undergraduate degree at UConn. She’s a huge animal lover and currently is parent to a bearded dragon, fish, and a jubilant Labrador. Carlin interns at several veterinary clinics, and is in the pre-vet program to pursue her life-long dream.

Authors

Hannah Burton

Training & Breeds Author

Hannah BurtonHannah has a BSc in Animal Behavior and Welfare and MSc Clinical Animal Behavior and is All Things Dogs’ authority on dog breeds. She has dedicated her life to learning about dogs and has worked at canine cognition research centers to analyze the way dogs think and behave on various research projects. Hannah has worked as a dog walker, trainer, and has even done pet sitting work!

Lisa Hannaby

Nutrition & Health Author

Lisa HannabyLisa is a Psychology Graduate with biological and cognitive special interest. She is trained in Tellington Touch Bodywork and Canine Massage for Working and Performance Dogs. Qualified as a groomer, she also runs a licensed home boarding business and an independent pet food shop providing nutritional advice. She is owned by a GSD, Akita and a One-Eyed Whippet.

Lou Roman

Dog Breeds Author

Lou RomanLou is a writer at All Things Dogs, has a BSc in Animal Science and Biological Science and a MSc in Animal Science. She grew up with a loving German Shepherd and is now a parent to two Labradors. Lou volunteers for mulitple animal based charities such as the SPCA and works at a Veterinary Pathology Lab.

Lauren Cheetham-Birmingham

Dog Breeds Author

Lauren Cheetham-BirminghamLauren is an undergraduate student with a love of writing and dogs in equal measure. She enjoys volunteering for the Dogs Trust for which she will often be joined by one of her two German Shorthaired Pointers, Teddy and Raisin.

Kate Golding

Dog Training Author

Kate Golding Kate has a varied background from history and human psychology undergraduate degrees to an MSc in Clinical Animal Behavior. Kate’s passion for dogs led to her working in three dog shelters where she honed her training and behavior assessment skills for over seven years! She is All Things Dogs’ authority on dog training. Kate is an accredited dog trainer, and currently competes in Agility with a ‘borrowed’ rescued Springer Spaniel. Kate has an English Cocker Spaniel called Indie, and an American Bulldog cross called Jenson. She also owns and runs her own training and behavior business.

Tabitha Albrecht

Grooming Author

Tabitha AlbrechtTabitha has been in love with dogs for as long as she can remember. She grew up with a number of Cocker Spaniels and Labradors. She is a graduate from Plymouth University where she received a BSc in Animal Behavior and Welfare. Tabitha has volunteered in Israel volunteering in a rescue center for dogs.

Our Work

The All Things Dogs’ editorial team, made up of dog experts from around the world, have been featured in hundreds of major press publications and magazines including:

  • PetMD
  • Romper
  • Bark
  • Dog Time
  • Wag!
  • The Continental Kennel Club Inc

Many of our authors are recognized by the Dog Writers Association of America, and some have active columns with Dogster, PetFirst, and Figo Pet Insurance.

Our Community

Our 20,000-strong subscribers, thousands of social media followers, and the All Things Dogs’ editorial team make the collective online community of dog lovers. We all share the same mission of teaching and educating over 40,000,000 dog parents and we have lots of experience to share!

You, too, can take advantage of our breed guides, training articles, nutrition, and care guides. Start by subscribing to our weekly emails, and you can join our thriving social communities to meet like-minded dog parents here: Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube.