Passionate pet lover and freelance writer with a focus on pet health and nutrition.
Holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology with a concentration in Anatomy and Physiology from Colorado State University.
Has hands-on experience working in veterinary diagnostic laboratories and research centers.
Caroline is a dedicated pet enthusiast who turned her love for dogs into a profession in veterinary medicine. Her passion for gentle giant dog breeds, particularly Great Pyrenees, stems from her childhood experiences. Her work as a freelance writer specializing in pets allows her to share her knowledge and experience with a wider audience, helping pet owners make informed decisions.
After adopting Syrah, a senior female Great Pyrenees with diabetes, Caroline developed a keen interest in canine nutrition. She understands the unique dietary needs of dogs with health conditions and strives to help pet owners find the best food for their furry friends. Her personal experiences managing a diabetic dog have fueled her desire to educate others about pet health and nutrition.
When she's not writing or caring for Syrah, Caroline enjoys spending time with her family and their large fluffy dogs, continuing a lifelong tradition.
Caroline's educational journey in veterinary medicine began at Colorado State University, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Biology with a concentration in Anatomy and Physiology.
During her time at the university, she gained invaluable experience working in several animal hospitals as a veterinary technician and in her school's renowned veterinary diagnostic laboratories and research centers.