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    In early 2023, we’re rolling out our biggest update to our dog breeding app yet. Alongside a brand new look, we’re adding some much-anticipated new features, specially requested by our dog breeder community.

    Over the last four years, we have connected with hundreds (if not, thousands) of dog breeders across the globe, listening to your biggest challenges, gaining a greater understanding of your world and gathering data to design an app that makes it easy and rewarding to manage essential breeding records.

    The new year will bring some amazing changes to the app, making life even easier for breeders to track weights, feeds and treatments, plan and predict heat cycles and whelp dates, and print and share records and charts.

    Founder of PuppyFat Mike White is hosting a series of Facebook Lives over on our dog breeding community group, revealing all the new things you can expect from the app in 2023. Each week, Mike will talk directly to the community, showing you a sneak preview of what’s to come and even sharing some screenshots of the new app.

    It’ll also be a chance for you to voice your opinions on the new updates and help us further shape the future of the app.

    You can join the Facebook Lives at 1pm GMT every Tuesday, or watch the Replays, which will be available in the Facebook Group.

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      Breeder record keeping, made easy.

      • Track weights, feeds and treatments
      • Plan heat cycles and estimate whelp dates
      • Printand share records and charts

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      Stay organised, track progress, and raise the happiest, healthiest pets.

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      Calming the chaos of breeder life

      Breedera gives you peace of mind that all your essential breeding records, health history and buyer information are in one easy-to-access place.

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