In addition to being an urban musher, Bill is the director of the Presidential Pet Museum, which was established in 1999 as a means of preserving information, artifacts, and items related to the presidential pets in an educational and fun way. In his role as museum director, Bill gets to share his love of animals, history, and the outdoors with people from around the world.
Bill has always had a creative and active imagination, and whether it’s adventures on the trail or endeavors of the mind, he likes to keep active and make stuff happen. He is an optimist and an entrepreneur, and he has started several successful business ventures. Currently, he owns a small pet product business with his wife.
Passionate about sharing his ideas, Bill has multiple websites where you can see some of his projects. For example:
Inspired by his dogs and adventures, Bill has written hundreds of dog-related songs, which you can find on WoofTunes.
At WoofTek, you can learn all about the equipment Bill uses from drones, to cameras, to computers, and more.
At Dog Wears Camera, Bill has filmed the world from the dog’s perspective so you can get a sneak peek at the world from a dog’s point of view.
In pursuing nighttime exercise for his dogs during hot times of the year, Bill developed an expertise in night photography. This led to, of all things, paranormal research! Sound crazy? See for yourself at WereWoofs
To get the full scope, check out WikiWoof where you will find a comprehensive list of Bill’s projects.