THERE ARE OVER

5.3 M

Canadian households who own dogs.
WE ASKED AND

91%

of our members feel more inclined to shop at a business that goes out of their way to welcome their dog.
WITH

92%

of our members feeling less rushed and spend more time shopping or dining when their dog is by their side.

89%

AND
of our members say that not being able to bring their dog prevents them from going out (i.e. shopping, dining, local events, ect.)

EVERY PERSON THAT WALKS BY YOUR BUSINESS WITH 
A DOG IS POTENTIALLY A LOST SALE
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A way for dog-friendly businesses to stand out as a location that doesn’t just tolerate dogs, but welcomes them. These businesses care about their four-legged customers comfort just as much as they care about their two-legged customers comfort.

How to Get Your Business Discovered?

1. Stand out from competitors

Your location will be identified as one that doesn't just tolerate dogs, but welcomes them, giving future customers the confidence they seek when visiting your location with their dog.

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2. Connect on a more personal level with our community

Share, update, and edit information in real-time with potential customers. Let our community know why your location is a must visit spot for dog owners, and get extra promotion on social and through email campaigns.

3. Get discovered more
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Show up in more searches on the PawSwap App by including a Special Offer for PawSwap Members. Show up in more searches for those that filter by special offer.

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What is Dogs Supporting Local? We are a team from a Canada wide pet app called PawSwap, also known as, "the app to find all the dog-friendly places in your city." Over the past months, we’ve heard thousands of stories from businesses and dog owners that have been negatively affected by COVID-19,  so we wanted to do something to help. Dogs Supporting Local aims to encourage Canadians to visit dog-friendly areas, while recognizing and promoting local brick and mortar businesses such as breweries, restaurants, stores, and hotels that don't just tolerate dogs, but welcomes dogs.

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How Canadian dog owners can support local businesses.