Website compares pet product prices for consumers

02/20/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

In an effort to bring order to the vast array of pet products offered online at various prices, David Keh founded DugDug, a website that searches pet products and prices. Currently, the website handles only dog products, but Keh plans to broaden its focus to include items for cats, birds, reptiles and more.

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