Leslie May, the author of ‘How I Helped My Dog Get Over Car Sickness’ is the founder of Pawsible Marketing, a pet business marketing and consulting firm.
Leslie is a successful veteran marketer who began her own consulting business in 2002 helping technology companies with marketing strategy and branding.
With 30+ years in marketing, in 2006, her love of animals and growing menagerie of cats and dogs was the inspiration to take her firm, Pawsible Marketing, into a branded niche service exclusively helping owners of pet-related businesses with all their marketing needs.
With branding as her passion, Leslie has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Entrepreneur.com, article, “10 Branding Successes (and How They Did It),” listed as one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 100 Brilliant Ideas, featured as one of “12 Amazing Pet Lifestyle Experts” in American Dog Magazine and most recently was highlighted in the book “Entrepreneurial Women: New Management and Leadership Models”.
Leslie is also the author, along with her dog Johann, of ‘Raise A Green Dog.’ Raise A Green Dog is a website and blog dedicated to helping dog lovers learn how to help their dog live a healthier, happier life. ‘Raise A Green Dog’ is available on Amazon.com and on BarnesandNoble.com.
Leslie is frequently sought after as an expert in pet business marketing and raising a green dog, and has been featured in articles in Adweek, Pet Business Magazine, Supermarket Magazine, Buzzfeed, Washingtonian Magazine, The Daily Beast, USAToday, Newsweek, Pet Product News International, Petfood Industry Magazine, Pet Age Magazine, Fox Business, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Bark, Modern Dog and more.
Living in a cabin in the North Georgia Mountains, Leslie shares her life with Johann (YoYo) a 13-year-old sheltie who still competes on occasion in agility, and Rach (pronounced Rock), a three-year-old cattle dog/border collie mix who recently started competing in agility.
For more information about car sickness and dogs visit the “How I Helped My Dog Get Over Car Sickness’ website and Facebook page. Both of these pages are dedicated to helping dogs happily ride in cars with their two-leggers.