eCape, Inc. launches

SOUTH DENNIS, MA -- eCape, Inc., a Cape Cod-based website design and marketing company, recently launched its newest portal website, which it describes as "Cape Cod's online community for pets and their owners."

The site was designed to be a one-stop source of information for pet owners and pet business owners, featuring calendar events, feature and news articles, and a business directory with links to more than 125 pet-related businesses and organizations on the Cape. An important part of the site is the social networking application, which allows users to set up profiles for themselves and for their pets. They can form groups, "friend" others, post reviews of businesses, upload photos, and more.

eCape CEO Julie Brooks states, "For various demographic reasons, the pet business is booming here on the Cape, as it is in many parts of the USA, and it doesn't seem to be affected by the current economic downturn. People are still spending money on their beloved pets, and in particular, their dogs. provides an easy and fun way to connect pet owners with each other and with the amazing number of pet-related businesses here on the Cape."

Organizations and businesses are invited to submit their calendar events online for free by posting their information here.  Business owners can submit their link to the business directory for free by filling in this form.  Site users can subscribe to a weekly email with calendar events and recently posted photos and features. Advertising information is here.

"We are pleased to announce that will be the headline sponsor for Cape Cod's first-ever Pet Expo, which will be held October 11, 2009 at the Southcape Village Marketplace in Mashpee.  Local pet-related businesses are invited to exhibit,"  said Ms. Brooks.

eCape, Inc. is a website design and marketing company which develops websites for local businesses and organizations, in addition to operating the websites,,,, and

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