Get a SEO site audit for pet businesses

To see how your site stacks up

SEO or search engine optimisation is how you ensure your website appears in the Google search results of your ideal customers or clients. In order to have an SEO-optimised pet brand website, there are many factors you need to look at. All of which will also help customers navigate your website and lead to more sales.

Are you tired of feeling lost in the vast and competitive world of digital marketing? Do you wish you could stand out from the pack and wag your tail with pride as you climb Google’s search rankings? Well, that’s where the SEO Site Audit can help!

Wally working on SEO Site Audit for Pet Businesses
SEO Site Audit for pet businesses

About Me

I’m Jodie a writer and obsessed dog mum to Wally.

I’ve spent years working to understand SEO best practices and how Google reads websites to decide what it will show users. I now use this knowledge to help pet businesses and brands optimise their website for Google with keyword research, content strategy and creation. I combine years of experience in SEO with my knowledge as a loving and little-obsessed pet parent, to help your business become more SEO-optimised. 

How It Works


Book in your SEO website audit

Fill out the form at the bottom of this page with a range of information to help me understand your business. I will then schedule your audit into my calender and send you an invoice.


SEO site audit & report is completed

I’ll let you know when your audit is scheduled and confirm payment has been made. I will then complete the SEO site audit as scheduled and build a report for you to review.


Get your SEO site audit report

I’ll email the reports in PDF and Google sheet format along with Loom videos with me talking you through the ins and outs of what I found and how it can impact SEO.

I would also appreciate it if you could fill in a post-completion questionnaire about your experience, including a review.

What’s included in your SEO site audit?

Page Speed Check

Page Speed Checking

I’ll check your website’s speed on three separate page speed tools – GTMetrix, Pingdom, and PageSpeed Insights – to see how speed may be impacting your SEO results.

Site Structure Review

Site Structure Review

The structure of your website will also be reviewed, including the number of pages vs pages currently being crawled by Google, internal linking and any link issues, 404 errors, and internal redirects.

Image Optimisation

Image Optimisation

I’ll check that your website’s images aren’t too large and causing loading time issues, that images are an appropriate height and width for their location, and that all images have alt text which includes keywords and supports accessibility.

SEO Content Optimisation

SEO Content Check

I’ll look at include meta descriptions and title tags on each page and appropriate lengths. I’ll also look to see that headings are appropriately using the heading hierarchy without over-optimising. 

User Experience Review

User Experience Review

Finally, I’ll review your website for any user experience issues that may stop users from exploring further. This will mean just clicking around your website to see how users would interact and see if there is any issues I can see.

Book an SEO Site Audit for Pet Businesses TODAY!

You’d get your pet’s health checked by a professional so why not do the same for your pet business’s website with an SEO Site Audit for Pet Businesses? Fill in the form below and let’s take your pet business website to the next level!

Contact me to book your SEO Site Audit for Pet Businesses!


There are no guarantees when it comes to the beast that is Google. Finding out some of the issues on your site that may be preventing you from ranking in the search results is good information, but you can’t guarantee changes to your results. My SEO Site Audit for Pet Businesses will help you understand where you can improve your website, but so many factors come into SEO.

Other factors will also impact your rankings, including:

  • Your technical website set-up – this may be discussed in your audit, but to action any changes, you’d need to seek out a technical SEO specialist or web developer.
  • Backlink strategy – this would involve reaching out to reputable publications and writing content for them or seeking to list your business on their website with a link back to your website.
  • Domain authority – this is built through your backlink strategy and overall SEO growth.
  • Changes to search engine algorithms – these are one of the most unpredictable parts of SEO because we can never know precisely what Google is thinking.
  • How you use your keywords – having and knowing the keywords that suit your brand isn’t enough. You need to ensure you’re using them in the most optimised way.
  • The quality of your content – the better the quality of your content, the better your ranking on Google.

But understanding where your website could improve is a significant first step to improving SEO performance.

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