A dog breeder is hoping for a new wave of adoptions from around the world.
On Wednesday, The Guardian UK launched a new app that lets anyone and everyone share their dogs, and in the past year, more than 2.5 million dogs have been adopted worldwide.
With the app, users can share their pets’ pictures, videos and pictures of them on social media, as well as a detailed description of their dog, such as how they are socialized, what their favorite foods are and whether or not they’re a dog-lovers’ dream.
The app also lets users select which breed they want to be their next pet.
Users can also select an animal breed from the list, and select a description of the breed they are choosing from.
The app, which is free to download, is based on the work of animal welfare advocate Dr. Helen Purcell.
Purcell’s app, Petit Puppy, has already been downloaded over 10 million times.
Dr. Purculescu, the founder of the charity Project Puppy said she wanted to use the app to raise awareness of the issues of puppy mills, puppy breeding and animal cruelty.
“It is our hope that this app will inspire people to speak out and raise awareness about the issues that are affecting the animals in the UK,” Purculascu said in a statement.
While the app is a first, Purculas team is working on an app that will allow more people to share their photos, videos, and pets.
For Purcula, the app will be a way to reach out to people who may not otherwise have heard of the organization.
“People need to be aware of what we do and what we’re trying to do.
They need to see it for themselves,” Purcell said.
She said it was also a way for people to help promote the organization, and give them the ability to share information on their own dogs.
Purculas staff are now also working on a Facebook app, where they will be able to post photos of their dogs and videos of their pets.