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Canine-boarding marketplace DogVacay raises another $25M

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DogVacay, a service that matches pet-sitters with dog owners, said Monday that it has raised $25 million in a round led by Canadian pension fund OMERS. New investor GSV Capital and existing investors Science, First Round Capital, Benchmark, Foundation Capital and DAG Ventures also participated. The Los Angeles startup has now raised a total of $47 million, and the company said it would use the infusion to expand both in North America and internationally. DogVacay today has 20,000 boarders registered, and it’s booked a total of one million overnight stays for pets.

6 Responses to “Canine-boarding marketplace DogVacay raises another $25M”

  1. Patrick Toohey

    You might want to update the amount referenced in the body of the article to match that of the headline. As impressive as DogVacay’s services may be I doubt they raised $25 billion.