Who We Are and What We Do

Who We Are and What We Do

ToolsOfPets is an online resource managed and created by expert pet owners and veterinarians for pet owners who want the best care, products and advice for their pets.

Our goal is to provide the most helpful and most precise advice and recommendations for you and your pet. This means enabling you and your pet to live life to its fullest.

Our team is made of expert writers, behavior trainers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians who create and share comprehensive and valuable articles with rich insights from their experience and practice.

Writing staff

Will Powellswriter and a dog training and behavior expert

Big pet lover and a resident dog trainer and behavior expert who loves to share his knowledge and experience so you could be the proud owner of your canine and vice versa. Happy parent of two amazing dogs and one cuddly cat, labrador Bela, jack russell terrier Piksi and cat Tom. All started up from growing up surrounded by animals at my parents farm. Learning bit by bit I become self-educated pet care nerd. It was time to get a license and become a dog training and behavior expert at CCPDT. Founder of ToolsOfPets and a writer in our top-tier pet team.

“Trying hard every day to make pet everyday life happier and easier.” – Will (founder and memeber of ToolsOfPets)

Veterinary Approvers and Advisors

Dr. Stephen Inglis – Veterinarian (BVSc (Hons), MVS, MACVSc, Diplomate ABVP (canine/feline specialty)

Dr. Stephen Inglis is a veterinarian at Kingston Vet Hospital, who enjoys keeping up-to-date with the latest trends in veterinary medicine. He is particularly knowledgable and involved in medicine and surgery, and brings over 25 years of hands-on experience. He is the first Australian veterinarian to be certified in Canine and Feline Medicine from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.

Dr. Mary PfeiferDVM

Dr. Mary Pfeifer is a resident veterinarian in the Emergency & Critical Care department in Animal Medical Center. She had a BS in Animal Science from the University of Maryland and got her DVM at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.


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