Let's create something stunning together.
I began Websites for Wags in an attempt to combine my love and career in advertising with my intense passion for dogs. After nearly a decade of advertising in Colorado, my family and I were uprooted to Wichita Falls, Texas and then Alamogordo, New Mexico for my husband's flight training program. I was devastated leaving a career that had watched me grow up. But that sadness grew into a motivation that has changed my life forever...
My family and I started fostering dogs in Wichita Falls with "Texas Pit Crew", a rescue organization dedicated to saving Pit-Bulls and other abused dogs throughout the northern Texas region. The love for fostering came naturally and I became more and more involved in volunteering each weekend with adoption events. It wasn't long until I realized there was more I could be doing to help. And so began "Furrrr-togenic", a team with the goal of photographing all of our foster dogs in bow-ties and flowers and hanker-chiefs. The photos would be posted in our database, as well as on all of the local adoption sites for potential families.
My time with Texas Pit Crew was powerful, poignant and life-changing. Now that our time in Wichita Falls has come to an end, I was yet again filled with a vigorous motivation to do SOMETHING with purpose in New Mexico. Meet Websites for Wags.
With 10 years of experience to back me up, I will be continuing in my career in digital advertising by creating websites, search programs, and online presences for small to medium sized businesses. With each hour that we work, we will be continuing to help dogs in need. Whether the current need is a bag of food, cleaning a shelter, bathing a stray, donating time at adoption events, opening our home to a homeless dog in need of a foster, or even donating full-blown websites to deserving rescues and advocacy organizations, we are creating advertising that you can feel GOOD about.
Rest easy. Every dime you spend not only gets you a state of the art online presence at a low price, but it gives a homeless dog a furry leg up and a new "leash" on life.