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Celebrity Host Jinri Park Builds an App that Finds Good Matches for Dogs

Like Tinder, Wagtales helps look for a mate for your canine companion

TV celebrity Jinri Park built Wagtales in 2016, hoping it would help dog parents find mates for their petsBianca Taray has been a “dog mom”—or what female pet dog owners call themselves—ever since she was six. She personally feeds, bathes and, during ...

by Elyssa Christine Lopez  | February 17, 2018 09:00:00

Neighborhood pet store looks for franchising partners

Kamalig opens up franchising of its pet foods and poultry supply venture

A quick stroll around a nearby village or subdivision can find you a house almost looking like a zoo: there’s the family dog, an adopted cat, probably a pet turtle too and step a little closer, birds will start to chirp.Filipino families’ ...

by Elyssa Christine Lopez  | July 25, 2016 01:00:00
Run & Grow

How entrepreneur Marc Ching rescues dogs from torture in Asia

He pretends to be an American dog meat entrepreneur and brings the rescued dogs to the US.

The annual Yulin Festival in China's southern Guangxi province is about to get underway this June. During Yulin, locals celebrate the summer solstice and hot months to come.They do this by eating meat from an animal whose widespread slaughter by the thousands makes ...

by Joan Oleck  | May 28, 2016 05:00:00
Startup Tips

3 sharp business lessons entrepreneurs can learn from cats

Here are purr-fect reasons to love more your pet cats, or have one now.

Jackson Galaxy has dealt with more than a few difficult personalities. And we’re not talking the human kind. Think cats, our furry, finicky feline friends.You might recognize Galaxy, a self-described “cat daddy” and cat expert from My Cat From Hell, his popular show on Animal ...

by Kim Lachance Shandrow  | April 06, 2016 01:00:00
Startup Tips

Getting started in the pet business

The dog breeding industry is less about competition and more about community.

For most people, the hardest part about having a business is getting started. But for start-up success Johanna Cid, it was simple: it was a school requirement. Cid, 21, is a fresh Entrepreneurial Management graduate from the University of Asia and the ...

by Khris Marc Ronquillo  | March 26, 2012 02:00:00