U.Ks ‘DogBuddy’ combines with ‘Bibulu’ the Spain’s online platform to find pets


What does DogBuddy do?

DogBuddy is an U.K platform offering a service platform that unites pet owners with the neighborhood puppy sitters, has converged with its Spanish rival Bibulu, to end up what it claims is the biggest offering of its kind, referring to a joined 10,000 nearby pooch sitters enlisted with the service. The merger likewise sees a rebranding to the much easier DogBuddy.com. The company has raised a further €1.9 million in financing from a few private and institutional speculators

Who is DogBuddy for?

DogBuddy empowers pooch holders in the U.K, Spain, Italy, France and Germany to effectively “discover an adoring home far from home” for their mutts when they go away on weekends, longer occasions, business trips or need to work extend periods of time. Administrations offered by canine sitters incorporate strolling, day sitting and full board.

What made DogBuddy stand out from others?

Dog Buddy gives you a chance to search screened sitter profiles, take a gander at pictures (counting of individuals’ homes), read client audits, and book and pay on the web. As a further motivator to do as such, administrations booked through DogBuddy are secured by protection and crisis support. This is a trust play as much as whatever else as it would turn out.

What’s next in DogBuddy?

After its solid development in the U.K. in 2013, it has begun to take a gander at Europe for extension and immediately understood that Bibulu was making an awesome showing in Spain and Italy and was at that point growing to France and Germany, and immediately acknowledged it was an awesome match where they both had the same vision of improving and developing canine possession by making the most noteworthy quality platform for puppy servicer in Europe.