Make money by writing about your furry friends. Imagine being paid for sharing your stories and experiences with your dog, cat, or other pet, as well as your interest in other animals such as birds, aquariums, or horses. If you ask how, I'll tell you. It's simple: write about pets and animals for the 15 websites and magazines listed below and be paid.
Magazines and Websites Pay for Writing About Pets and Animals in 2021
1. The Bark
The Bark is a digital publication that serves as an invaluable reference to life with dogs, teaching readers how to live with their canine companions in a smart and rewarding way. Their writings focus on the developing link between people and their pet partners, and they cover dog culture and lifestyle.
The Bark is searching for talented writers to contribute to their publication. If you have any article ideas or would want to see coverage of an issue that you think their readers would like, send an email to email@example.com with your last name and web originals submission in the subject line. You must provide a brief cover letter describing your writing experience, as well as a brief bio.
2. Dogster magazine
Dogster Magazine is the place to go for the latest dog news as well as expert advice on dog care and behavior.
Dogster just takes queries into account. They will not consider fully completed articles, so if you're interested in submitting an article for them, fill out the form here with your query, background, and links to writing samples.
3. Catster magazine
Catster Magazine is the place to go for the latest cat news as well as expert advice on dog care and behavior.
Catster just takes queries into account. They will not consider fully completed articles, so if you're interested in submitting an article for them, fill out the form here with your query, background, and links to writing samples.
4. All Pet Voices
All Pet Voices is a pet-centric media company that creates content for pet owners in collaboration with pet specialists and advertisers. They accept sponsored and guest post submissions for educational and story-driven topics that will benefit their readership.
If you're interested in writing for them, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask about their written content offers. It should be noted that they do not post product reviews.
Petful is a publication whose goal is to provide readers with the most up-to-date, factual information to help their pets live longer, happier lives. Petful exclusively publishes well-researched, informative articles from professionals – experienced dog trainers, veterinarians, cat groomers, and others – to offer readers answers to their biggest questions.
if you're interested in submitting for them, fill out the form here. It should be noted that they do not accept “guest posts” for links.
6. Dogs Naturally Magazine
Dogs Naturally Magazine is a publication that informs readers about the best care, products, and food for their dogs' health.
Holistic veterinarians, integrative veterinarians, homeopaths, herbalists, TCVM practitioners, natural pet healthcare practitioners, and other canine health professionals are invited to contribute to Dogs Naturally Magazine. So, if you're interested in submitting for them, fill out the form by clicking here.
7. Reader’s Digest Asia
Reader's Digest Magazine is a publication that gives trustworthy, time-saving advice about health, personal finance, work, family, and national issues, as well as exclusive book excerpts, news-making interviews, and humor to readers all over the world.
They have writing contests on their website, and one of them is called Smart Animals, in which you should send them a story in up to 300 words about the antics of unique pets or wildlife. If you'd like to participate in this contest, you can fill the form by clicking here or send an email to email@example.com
Pay rate: Up to $100 USD
8. Bird Watcher’s Digest
BWD is a bimonthly magazine written and published by bird watchers for bird watchers. It covers a wide range of topics such as bird feeding, birding hot spots, gear selection, and improving your bird-spotting and identification skills.
My way, the well-equipped birder, far afield, the backyard, species profiles, and feature stories are the six sections available for writing on BWD. Each of these parts has its own set of guidelines, so read them well before pitching them.
If you're interested in submitting for them send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Because the article is so long, part 1 will come to an end here. If you want to read the rest of the 15 magazines and websites, go to part 2.
Finally, before you pitch, familiarize yourself with the style of these magazines and websites and carefully read their guidelines. Some of them require a bio and links to previous work, so make sure you meet all of the conditions, and good luck to everyone.