We’re not even halfway through, but 2020 is already proving to be a crazy year. With most of the population quarantined at home, a lot of us have taken drastic measures to stay sane. We’re trying our best to maintain a sense of “normal,” and with most businesses temporarily shut down, it’s led to a
Amber King shared her childhood home in rural Pennsylvania with an unruly herd of chickens, turkeys, cockatiels, dogs, and more cats than she could count. Today, in her home in Honolulu, Hawaii is run by a rescued Rhodesian Ridgeback named Copper and his sassy sister, Bailey. Rescuing Copper and Bailey inspired Amber to use her B.A. in professional writing to write about topics that truly matter to her. Whether they’re big, small, furry, or feathery, Amber loves all animals and uses her writing to share ideas, stories, and knowledge about animal-related topics. She will eventually return to her rural roots and fill a farm with as many furry friends as her husband will allow, but for now, she’s enjoying life in Hawaii with her dogs and working as a freelance writer.
Prior to writing for Barkspot, Amber was a licensed practical nurse. She has written for numerous online publications including iheartdogs.com and is a proud pup-parent. She grew up surrounded by animals. In her years at Barkspot, Amber has written primarily about all things plants from dog-care care tips to various viral dog storees.
Amber graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in Pennsylvania with a BA in english/professional writing.
Expertise: B.A. English/Professional Writing
Education: Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Location: Waipahu, Hawaii, United States