Bark about Your Best Friend

Premier canine website adds forums on dog breeds, care, training and other topics.


| February 20, 2009


Marina del Rey, California – The website, Doggies.com, announces the creation of a forums section as part of its services to the online dog lover community.

Topics on the forum pages range from breed specific threads to general health and care issues for man’s best friend. Among the many categories is a forum for lost and found dogs and another for support after the death of a beloved pet. The forums serve as a place for owners or perspective owners to ask questions about their breed of choice and get feedback from the canine owner’s community.

Access to the forums on Doggies.com is free of charge.

“We created the forums section after years of marveling at what our site visitors know about dogs.” owner Peter Buongiovanni says. “These forums will tap into the combined knowledge of all of our participating site visitors to provide far more than what we can do in our blog or 'Dog Den' online magazine.”



Visit the site for more information on the forums. The forums can be accessed here.

Privately held Doggies.com offers a website with a wealth of informative articles about dog care, behavior, grooming and accessories. Each breed has its own in-depth article providing valuable information on the breed’s characteristics, exercise requirements, grooming needs and photographs. The site also features a link to Breeders.net to search for available breeders in the searcher’s local area. The site users number in the 10s of thousands and has been steadily growing.







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