Finally you will also be able to use Gudog, the alternative to dog kennels in the UK, on your smartphone.
After several requests from dog sitters and owners wanting to be able to use Gudog via a mobile application, and seeing that traffic from mobile devices is growing every day, we did not hesitate and got down to work.
Although at the moment it can only be used on newer versions of Android and iOS, the new Gudog mobile application will facilitate contact between owners and dog sitters thanks to its chat in real time.
Searching for a dog sitter for your dog in your area and the management of bookings will be a question of seconds!
Do you want to download and start using the new Gudog mobile application?
You can download the app for Android or iOS here.
After the historical announcement on the 9th November 1989 that the border between the two Germanies would open and after the fall of the Berlin Wall, more than 6,000 dogs from the GDR (German Democratic Republic) were abandoned and forgotten. They were no longer needed as guards. Continue reading
Hey there! Are you a dog lover with spare time to give?
Well now you can look after dogs while earning money! Have you ever wanted to take care of man’s best friend? Not just yours but others as well? Or maybe you are already an established Dog sitter, in search of a quick and easy way to get in contact with dog owners? If so we have the thing for you –Gudog is now in the U.K. And we are recruiting dog sitters! Continue reading
The exam period is nearly over for most students and although hours of revision may be the key ingredient for getting a good grade, puppies have the right to claim some of the credit too! Continue reading
Gudog team found out that today is the #BorderTerrierDay on Twitter. We couldn’t let the opportunity slip and so we share with you some interesting facts and tips about these awesome dogs. And remember – soon you will be able to leave your pooch in the experienced hands of Gudog’s caregivers. Continue reading
Hello there! You are a dog lover, aren’t you? Have you ever wanted to take care not only of your dog, but of other dogs as well? Did you know you could do it and even earn money doing what you love? Or maybe you have been doing it already and you are looking for a brighter and effortless possibility to continue? Well, we have good news – Gudog is coming to London. And we are recruiting!
What is Gudog, you may ask? Gudog is an online platform that brings together experienced dog caregivers and dog owners. Established in 2012 in Spain we have proved to be a quality service. During this year, we grew fast – now we have 300 registered caregivers and 1440 users. Continue reading
1. Dalmatians are born completely white. The spots usually appear within three weeks after birth.
2. The first guide dogs were trained in Germany during World War I, to enhance the mobility of returning soldiers who were blinded.
3. Apple and pear seeds contain traces of arsenic which may be fatal for a dog. (Keep in mind, we are talking just about the seeds!)
4. A dog’s sense of smell is a 1,000 times more sensitive than that of humans.
5. The only sweat glands that dogs have are in the pads of their pawss
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“The Simpsons” co-creator, Sam Simon, is battling terminal colon cancer and has just three to six months to live. Heartbreaking news, but how it is related to the world of pets, you may ask?
Sam Simon established The Sam Simon Foundation,a foundation that fight for the integration and socialisation of abandoned and rescued dogs. Those dogs are trained to help people with hearing problems, alerting them when someone is knocking on the door, the phone is ringing and any other daily situation we take for granted but which can become frustrating for people with a hearing impairment.