Privacy Policy

DogChart values its users’ right to privacy; we protect any information they enter at Detailed descriptions of the data that DogChart collects and stores and how that data is used may be found on our Privacy Policy page.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further inquiries or need further details regarding our Privacy Policy.

To the extent that users of our website provide and gather information via DogChart, the following Privacy Policy applies only to our online operations. To the extent that information is gathered outside of this website, it is not covered by this policy.

If you use our site, you automatically agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy.

Data that we gather

When we request personal information from you, we will clarify what data we are collecting and why.

Your name, email address, phone number, message and any attachments you give us and any other information you voluntarily disclose are just some of the details we may collect from you if you contact us directly.

Contact details such as name, business name, address, email address, and telephone number may be requested during Account registration.

How we use your information

The data we gather is put to several uses, including but not limited to the following:

  • Help us set up, manage, and improve our website
  • Enhance, individualise, and enlarge our online presence
  • Evaluate and improve your online experience by analysing your behaviour on our site.
  • Create brand-new items, features, services, and capabilities
  • We may contact you directly or via a third party to offer customer support, tell you of changes to the website, send you promotional materials, or answer any questions you may have.
  • Write me an email.
  • Detect and stop fraud

Log Files

The use of log files is conventional, and DogChart adheres to this. When people go to websites, they leave these files behind. In-depth analyses like these are standard practices for the industry of hosting providers. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date/time stamp, referring/exit sites, and perhaps the number of clicks are all examples of the information that may be gleaned from log files. There is no personal information associated with them. The data is used for internal purposes such as spotting patterns, managing the site, following users throughout the site and compiling demographic data.

Cookies and Web Beacons

DogChart employs ‘cookies,’ the same technology many other websites use. Information such as the user’s preferred settings and the pages of the website they have visited might be stored in these cookies. In short, we utilise this data to adjust our pages’ content to match each visitor’s preferences, which might include the browser they used to access our site and other information.

Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

We use various vendors, and Google is one of them. Also, it employs a special kind of cookie called DART cookie to track a user’s online activity to personalize advertising based on that user’s past visits to and other websites on the Internet. However, site visitors who go to the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy at the following URL may opt-out of receiving DART cookies on their browsers.

Our Advertising Partners

Some of our site’s advertisements may use tracking technologies like cookies and web beacons. The following are some companies we work with to place advertisements. For more information on how each advertising partner handles user data, please refer to their respective Privacy Policies. We have included links to their respective Privacy Policies for your convenience.


Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

DogChart’s advertising partners are listed below so you can quickly locate their respective privacy policies.

All the adverts and links you see on DogChart come from third-party ad servers or ad networks, and each sends its cookie, JavaScript, or Web Beacon code straight to your browser. When this happens, they will get your IP address automatically. These tools let advertisers track the performance of their campaigns and tailor the advertising material they display on websites you visit.

Please be aware that DogChart has no access to or control over these cookies utilised by external marketers.

Third Party Privacy Policies

DogChart’s privacy policies do not cover other advertisers and websites. Therefore, we suggest you look into the Privacy Policies of these external ad networks to learn more. Information about their customs and procedures and how to decline certain features may be included.

Cookies are enabled by default but may be disabled in your browser settings. The official websites of popular online browsers usually include in-depth guides detailing how cookies may be managed in each browser.

Privacy Protections Under the CCPA (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

Consumers in California have the right to, among other things, under the CCPA.

Request that a company provide the types and details of customer data it has gathered.

You have the right to ask any company doing business with you to erase any of your personal information.

You have the right to ask any company that currently sells your personal information to stop doing so.

We will get back to you within a month of receiving your inquiry. Please contact us if you would like to request the exercise of any of these rights.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

To that end, we’d want to make sure you understand all of the rights you have regarding the privacy of your personal information. The following benefits are guaranteed to every customer:

You have the legal right to seek a copy of your personal information at any time. For this service, we may ask for a small fee.

You have the legal right to have us update any of your data that you feel is incorrect. You may also ask that we finish any details you see lacking.

Under some circumstances, you have the “right to be forgotten” or the right to request that we delete your personal information.

You have the right to ask us to limit how we use your personal information if specific criteria are met.

You have the right to object to our processing of your data under certain circumstances.

You have the right to request that we transmit the information we have acquired to another company or you personally under specific circumstances.

We will get back to you within a month of receiving your inquiry. Please contact us if you would like to request the exercise of any of these rights.

Children’s Information

Including safeguards for kids’ online activity is also high on our list of priorities. All the more reason for parents and guardians to keep an eye on, join in, and/or supervise and direct their children’s online time.

Regarding users under 13, DogChart does not intentionally gather any personally identifiable information. Please contact us immediately if you have any reason to believe that your kid has supplied this information on our website, and we will do our best to delete such information from our records swiftly.