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DogLogBook wants to make you a better pet owner through tech

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Want to know “who’s a Good Boy, who’s a Good Boy now?” There’s an app for that.

DogLogBook, which was created by a team from the Faculty of Veterinary Science at Sydney University, aims to empower pet owners by letting them record and track dog behaviour. 

Paul McGreevy, a professor in the veterinary department, told Mashable he built the free app (iOS and Android) because of he wanted a better way of logging the information that dog owners have about their pets — information he was unable to access from his office. Read more…

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