Most dogs adapt quickly to social situations, said Kwinton Scarbrough, but their two-legged companions can be more complex and anxiety-ridden about meeting new people. "We're creating a way for dog owners to socialize, connect and collaborate without having to give away their personal information," said Scarbrough, CEO and founder of PawConX, a free mobile social networking platform that helps humans establish less invasive canine-to-canine and person-to-person relationships at the dog park.
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