The NetPlaces Network Works For You!
The world’s first dog-sites: corporate information, guaranteed advertising results for your product, service, show dog or breeding program - or your money back!
Perhaps you've tried advertising in other formats but results were disappointing. That won't happen here. Each site in our network is top ranked in all major search engines for dog-related subject matter, ease of use, credibility, and content.
TheDogPlace.org is the world's first dog-site (1998) and beautifully bridges the gap between pet owners and show enthusiasts.
TheDog-e-Book is the first and most efficient dog-related directory. "Everyone Who's Anyone Is There" in the dog-e yellow pages.
TheDogPress.com launched in 2002 as the dog fancy’s first weekly dog news, putting your advertisement on their screen.
TheJudgesPlace.com went live in 2005 as the first (and only) website by, for, and about AKC, UKC and international dog show judges.
Dog-Related News Goes Mainstream
The NetPlaces Network founders attended the 1998 Dallas NAB (Nat. Assoc. Of Broadcasters) Conference as guests of Lawrence Lindsey who gave the feature seminar "Presenting Network News." It was there that the Andrews met Ted Turner (founder of Turner Broadcasting and CNN). Inspired and encouraged by two media giants, the Andrews decided the emerging "internet" was ready for a dog-site. Indeed, the sport of dogs welcomed broad-based dog news, health, and information.
TheDogPress.com has more subscribers (over 24,300) than any print or digital competitor and The NetPlaces Network has more individual visitors (1.6 million in 2016 per Google Analytics) than any canine competitor with the exception of the American Kennel Club (AKC).
What Are The NetPlaces Demographics?
Purebred dog owners who are seekers of quality, esthetic beauty, and optimum health for their pets and themselves. Dog show judges, professional handlers and breeders are well educated, interested and involved in every aspect of nutrition, reproduction, conditioning, grooming, and training. The majority of exhibitors are affluent, well educated, and highly mobile - RVs outnumber autos at dog shows. Dog owners are style and status conscious which is why the pet industry grew to over $66 billion in 2016.
The NetPlaces Network is #1 and when you put ad size and cost in the same sentence, the advantage is staggering. We welcome your product, service, latest win or litter announcement. Your message will be seen by subscribers and surfers within a week! You are limited only by your imagination, not by technology. Explore the options!
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