Editor Sara B. Hansen has spent the past 20-plus years as a professional editor and writer.
Sara B. Hansen decided to create her dream job in 2011 by launching DogsBestLife.com, a website dedicated to helping dog owners by providing them information on dog health, dog training, dog grooming, adoption, and much, much more.
Sara grew up with family dogs, and since she bought her first house, she’s had a furry companion or two to help make it a home.
Her dogs: Browning (May 1993-November 2007), Finley (November 1993-January 2008), Sydney (September 2008-April 2020). Nutmeg, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, joined the Hansen pack in July 2020.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, you can send them to Sara at [email protected].
Popular posts from Editor Sara B. Hansen
Ready to head back to work? If you’re going to leave your dog alone after months of working from home, you need to get your dog ready first. To avoid separation anxiety, depression, or destructive behavior, use training, treats, and a safe space.
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Find the perfect dog name. Spend some time and find a dog name that best showcases your dog’s personality.
Should you sleep with your dog? 9 reasons science says yes. A study from Mayo Clinic in Phoenix shows sleeping with dogs makes some people feel more secure and sleep more soundly.
Is a bichon frisé the right dog for you? After Flynn, the adorable bichon frisé won Best in Show at the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club competition, interest in the breed spiked. Do research before you decide to get one.
Seven tips to make the most of daily dog walks. If you and your pup aren’t enjoying daily dog walks, check out our list of seven tips and consider making some changes.
Get a dog and live longer. Research shows dog owners live longer because having a dog boosts their heart health and protects them from other diseases.
Puppy 101. Raising a puppy right takes a lot of work and patience.