Pet care app Tailslife has raised an undisclosed round of bridge funding from existing investor and chairman of Exfinity Ventures, V Balakrishnan. The company has received commitments from other investors as well and has kept the round open to secure further investments, reports ET.

The firm plans to deploy freshly infuse funds towards the product and service enhancement. Commenting on the development, Balaji Ramesh, CEO at TailsLife said, "We will utilize the latest round of investment to add more value to our services and products line-up in the coming months. Soon, we will offer on-demand services and healthy meal solutions for pets."

Founded in October 2015 by Balaji Ramesh, Prachi Gupta, and Dushyant Rao, TailsLife aims at making pet parenting easier and happier by providing content specific to the breed and age of your pet and easier access to vet, grooming and boarding services.

The latest version of the app has come up with a really clean UI along with easy navigation functionalities and advanced features. It offers its customers to customize their content feed. Once customers registered their pet’s breed and age with TailsLife, the customer will automatically get informative articles that are more relatable to their age and type. Also, with a click of a button customer can get in touch with the best spas, salon services, boarding kennels and more. It also provides dedicated pet forum which is totally dedicated to customer’s pet.

The user can virtually shake a leg with other pet parents and share their story. Apart from this user can also share and view interesting pet stories from around the world.

In December 2016, the startup had raised an undisclosed round of angel funding from Balakrishnan and Norwest Venture Partners India's Mohan Kumar in their personal capacity, along with Encube Venture Partners and others.

Other startups who operating in this space include and Heads Up For Tails (HUFT) among others.

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