Daily Deal Site Doggyloot Will Have Your Dog Drooling

November 21, 2011

12:37 pm

If you’re like me, your pup is the king of the household. He gets whatever he wants whenever he wants, and he’s always begging for more.

I’m also a deals fanatic. I check the daily deals sites, as well as sites like Fatwallet, many times a day.

So my pup Charlie and I were both ecstatic about the opportunity to save on new treats and toys using Doggyloot.com.

Doggyloot is a dog-lover’s heaven. The main component is a Groupon-like daily deals site, but there is also news, DIY info, Q&A, and more.

Now, I’m usually the first one to say, “Another daily deals site?!” But Doggyloot is much more than deals. I learned a lot about health issues for my pup, and I learned how to better clean his teeth. Too bad I didn’t hear of the site earlier, as they had great doggy costume ideas for Halloween (and I don’t think Charlie was too happy with the hot dog costume we cobbled together at the last minute).

In terms of deals, Doggyloot focuses mainly on US deals but occasionally focuses on local deals. For example, they had some pretty good deals on bully sticks and bulk treats. And the best part – they included all shipping and handling costs, so you don’t see a great price, only to get ripped off by high shipping costs.

Now, I’m pretty sure I’ve come across other daily deal sites for dogs, but Doggyloot is by far the most comprehensive and easy to use. As far as I can tell, it is also the only one that includes news and content of interest to dog owners.

I asked Charlie for a comment on this article, but he declined. He was too busy drooling at the treat pictures on the site.

So if you want a new way to pamper your pup, take a look at Doggyloot.com. Your pup will be glad you did.

P.S. No dogs were harmed in the writing of this article, although one did gain a pound or two.

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Ash Nadkarni is in her final year of residency in Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center and is the co-founder of Appguppy, a mobile startup that makes it fast and free to create and distribute mobile apps to any smartphone OS without coding. You can follow her on Twitter at @appguppy.

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