About Charlotte Reed
Since abandoning life on Wall Street as a corporate lawyer more than a decade ago to open Two Dogs & A Goat
Incorporated, Charlotte Reed has grown her company from a one-woman operation to a premiere, full-service,
pet care provider with caring pet care providers, loyal clients and countless veterinarian referrals.
From working with hundreds of dogs over the years, Reed has learned how to be a good pet parent and model
pet owner, and she doesn’t see any reason to keep what she knows a secret. As a pet care and lifestyle
specialist, Charlotte provides pet owners with insights on how to best care for their animals. Millions
have had the opportunity to watch her on CNN, Fox & Friends, The View, Today's Show, VH1 as well as many
other televisions shows around the globe.
As one of the most popular and sought-after pet experts in the United States, Reed has been quoted as a pet
expert in publications such as the The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping, New York
Magazine, US Weekly and dozens of other national and international newspapers and magazines. Radio listeners
around the country have also tuned in to listen to Charlotte’s advice on responsible pet ownership and her
recommendations on how to ensure living with a happy and healthy pet.
Furthermore, Charlotte’s byline has been found in many of the nation’s most-read pet magazines, where
readers have depended on her expertise in pet care, as well as her insight into the pet industry. Over the
years, Reed has has tracked pet trends for Dog Fancy, Cat Fancy, Pet Business and Pets International.
Currently, she is the editor-in-chief of new magazine, Canine Culture, Arts & Style, premiering in 2011.
She also pens the “Pets Are My Business” blog — filled with the most current pet news, trends and opinions.
Charlotte is the First for Women Pet Solutions Columnist and blogs as The Pet Socialite for
As a pet trend expert, Reed works with many nationally-recognized brand manufacturers as a spokesperson and
with advertising, marketing and social media firms as industry consultant, providing a unique expertise in
understanding what drives pet consumer behavior. Additionally, Reed founded Pet Socialite Events a media
showcase companies which provides pet product companies the opportunity to meet media professionals face
to face, to secure media stories and to build future relationships. Her clients have been featured in The
New York Times, Reader's Digest, USA Today, WebMD, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Real Simple, Family Circle,
Animal Planet, Daily Candy, Shape, Lucky, Self, ESPN-W, People Pets, AOL, OK Magazine, ABC Nightly News,
Better TV, The Weather Channel, Fox & Friends and The Nate Berkus Show.
In July, 2007, Charlotte’s much-anticipated book, Miss Fido Manners (Adams Media) hit store shelves
across the country. Believing that all dogs can be excellent companions, as Miss Fido Manners, Reed
educates dog owners about petiquette and instructs them how to behave with their dog so that they can
be better dog owners, neighbors, customers, travelers and co-workers.
A requested lecturer and speaker, Charlotte enjoys speaking to national and local businesses, trade
and religious groups and the US Military about animals. Her favorite topics are “The Trend of Pets:
Their People and Their Products” and "Career Opportunities for People Who Love Pets."
Reed is a graduate of Lafayette College and Fordham Law School. She honed her skills attending the
ASPCA Companion Animal Service Department’s Apprenticeship Dog Training Program, Veterinary Technology
Associates Program at City University of New York (CUNY), the New York School of Dog Grooming, and the
University of South Hampton New College in Great Britain. Reed is serving her third term as public member
of the New York State Veterinary Board. She has served as the President-Elect of the National Association
of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) which named her the Pet Sitter of the Millennium Year in 2000 and
inducted her into their Hall of Fame as the fifth such honoree. In past years, she has serves on the
boards of the Dog Writers Association of America and the Metropolitan Dog Club. Her club affiliations
include the English Toy Spaniel Club of America, Greenwich Kennel Club, Morris & Essex Kennel Club
Progressive Dog Club and Twin Brooks Kennel Club. Reed is also a member of the New York Junior League
and The National Arts Club.
When not zipping around the globe with her metropet family of four English Toy Spaniels, two Himalayans,
one Eclectus parrot, she can be found at home, cooking for her husband, Chef Matthew Babbage.
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