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Another Happy Reuniting

Another happy reuniting … this time via Doggone’s free text service! It’s uncharacteristic for Charlie to just take off, but he did last Friday night when down at the river with owner, Danny. The relaxed, together-time, turned sour when Charlie ‘legged it’ and was nowhere to be seen. As luck… Read more

Stella and George found safe and sound

Stella and George – two canine best friends – who went walkabout in Wainuiomata earlier this week  have been found safe and sound, thanks to the ingenuity of Doggone. The dogs, who live next door to each other, are best friends, and forever running from one home to another through… Read more

Making headlines in all the right places

LG News Bulletin

We are delighted to see that on day one of the new dog registration year interest has been shown in Doggone by Local Government across the country. We made front page of the LG News Bulletin.

Google to support apps on current Huawei devices

For those dog owners who have a Huawei phone, the manufacturer has recently released a public statement confirming that Google will “continue to support all models of Huawei phones currently in the market, including all current models available for sale.” Good news for users of apps, including the Doggone App.

Anything that has a dog’s welfare at heart is a friend of ours

Anything that has a dog’s welfare at heart is a friend of ours. And like good friends do, we like to spread the word when someone needs some help. Did you know that SPCA receives almost no government funding? Everything SPCA does depends on the generosity of caring New Zealanders…. Read more

Doggone App – version 2 – to be released 30 June 2019

Doggone will be releasing the latest upgrade of its App – version 2 – on Sunday 30 June 2019 to coincide with Hutt City Council’s new dog registration year which begins on 1 July. The App will be available to download from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. Hutt… Read more

In the media

NZ Herald

It’s wonderful to have interest in Doggone’s partnership with Hutt City Council.  As a point of correction in the article published by the NZ Herald – Doggone is fully compliant with the New Zealand Privacy Act and NO information about a dog, its location, or information about the dog’s owner… Read more

Hutt City Council Opens up Doggone to All

We are thrilled to announce that the Hutt City Council is offering Doggone to all dog owners as part of their 2019/2020 dog registration. This decision follows on from a successful three-month trial of Doggone with 350 dog owners in the Stokes Valley area.  Doggone is delighted to be able to… Read more

Version 1.4 location history on point

Following the latest update to the Doggone App – version 1.4 – we thought we’d share the App’s recording of our walk with our very own test dog “Riggs” on Wednesday morning. If you are not receiving sightings of your dog, please get in contact with the team at Doggone… Read more