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Butternut Box - Think Gousto but for Dogs

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th February 2018
The lowdown on the UK startup, Butternut Box that's providing a fresh food delivery service, but for dogs! Dogs. Friendly, loyal, furry, a bit dim, loyal, and friendly. They are, or at least try to be, everyone’s best friend. However, when it comes to feeding them, we often take the ‘that’ll do’ route and get them food somewhere in the lower-middle price range. After all, ...
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The PetTech Startups lending a helping hand to pet owners

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th May 2017
The innovative PetTech startups seeking to lend a helping hand to pet owners...We spend a lot of money on our pets, to keep them healthy, to keep them fit, to keep them happy. We also spend a lot of money on technology, so when the two merge, it just makes sense. From locating lost dogs, to keeping an eye on pets’ health, to finding people to look after them when you go away, there are plent...
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Gamification, Health and Pets! Step Pets chats to Startacus

by: Startacus Admin ~ 29th December 2015
Gamification, Health and Pets! Step Pets explains all! US based Random Breakfast build mobile games focused on Health. Having just launched their first game StepPets they recently listed their startup in our Showcasing area on Startacus. What better way then to find out more about gaming, gamification, health and...pets than to hear from Startacus community member Tim Cooley about Step Pets, a ga...
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Startup of the Week - PawSquad

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st October 2015
As a nation of pet lovers, it’d be fair to say that the health and wellbeing of our beloved animals is a priority for most of us. And of course when things aren’t going too well healthwise for our pets, we generally avail of the services of our local vet. That’s simply the way it’s always been - until now that is - thanks to an innovative new startup! PawSquad is an online...
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Pets4Pets - WWF gives kids free reign with their advertising

by: Startacus Admin ~ 13th January 2014
As the old adage goes (and as many a veteran news reporter will gladly tell you) never work with children or animals. But apparently the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) either didn't get the memo, or have elected to take a rather more optimistic standpoint by working with both of them together! With the tagline “Advertising thought by kids to get adults thinking” their new ‘Pets4Pets&...
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