San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
The new DogSpotters mobile app for iPhone and iPad creates a fun social activity in which users spot dog breeds, share sightings with friends and build their life lists while they develop and challenge their breed IQ.
"DogSpotters marks the start of a new pastime---dog spotting---like bird watching, but with dogs!” says Ellen Brodsky, president of Telemark Productions LLC, creators of DogSpotters. "And unlike bird watching, with dog spotting you get to talk to the owners of the dog! Knowing the breed, and something about it, is a great ice breaker and community-builder."
DogSpotters helps users to identify a dog's breed by selecting one or more traits and by distinguishing among similar breeds. Once users identify a breed, they create a Sighting. They can then try to complete various Sighting Lists, from easier lists like the Most Popular Breeds to difficult ones like all the AKC® Terriers, Dogs from the Middle East, Africa and Australia, or the Rarest Breeds. In addition, users can meet the breeds through informative profiles and top-quality photos; challenge themselves with an extensive breed IQ game; and join in with chats, photos of unusual dogs, and other interactivities on the DogSpotters Facebook page. Users can share their Sightings as well as their list and game achievements with friends on Facebook.
"It doesn't matter if you can't tell an Azawakh from a Xoloitzquintli, or even a Chihuahua from a Great Dane---DogSpotters will have you spotting breeds like a pro in no time!" says Brodsky.
DogSpotters allows users to
The $4.99 DogSpotters app was developed by Telemark Productions, LLC, the creators of the IAMS online Dog and Cat Breed Libraries and Dog Breed Selector and Comparer Tools, with Caroline Coile, award-winning author of more than 34 books about dogs, and Warren Cook, expert dog show photographer.
For product information and more screenshots, visit http://www.dogspotters.com. You can download our media kit from the Support/Media page. For interviews or additional information, contact Caroline Coile at press(at)dogspotters(dot)com.