Privacy Policy

Last Updated: January 2nd, 2024

Dog-Learn realizes that you and other visitors may like to know how our website handles the information about your visit.

How to Use this Page

This page represents our privacy policy and explains how our website gathers and uses information during your visit. The below terminology is used (or indirectly referenced) on this page to make it easier for you to understand our privacy policy.

  • Data - This privacy policy only discusses data that can be viewed as "Personal Information", which we define as any data or information that could be considered unique to a person, device, or household. All other data is considered "Non-personal Information".
  • Rich Features - This is any optional feature or service provided by our website that was designed to improve user experience

Information We Collect

Browser & Device Data

Whenever you visit a page on our site your browser will automatically provide our server with data that is technical in nature, but necessary to complete the request.

What browser data is collected?
Below is a list of the data we may collect when your browser requests data from our site:

  • ip_address - this tells us which network issued the request
  • referrer_url - this tells us the website address where the request originated
  • request_url - this tells us which resource on our site was requested.
  • user_agent - this tells us the browser and type of device used to issue the request

How do we use browser data?
The above data is required for webservers to successfully return the requested content, but we may also use this data to help us:

  • Identify and prevent malicious requests
  • Identify which resources take the longest to load
  • Gather statistics on which resources are requested the most frequently

How long is browser data stored?
Browser data is stored in a temporary log file on our servers for no longer than 5 minutes before the data is evaluated and the log file is deleted. Data used for statistical evaluation may be parsed and stored in a database for a period not exceeding 45 days.

Anonymous Data

We may use rich features to add functionality and improve user experience. Examples of rich features include:

  • Having a poll that allows visitors to vote without signing in
  • Saving temporary preferences during your visit

All data collected while engaging with rich features is anonymized to protect your privacy. This means we cannot identify which data belongs to you individually.

3rd Party Services

Our site uses 3rd party services to help evaluate traffic and manage our infrastructure. Below are 3rd party services that may be used to process data.

Google Analytics

Dog-Learn uses Google Analytics to analyze web traffic and to help us understand how visitors use our website. Google Analytics does not collect personal data, but does use cookies for identifying new sessions.

Managing Your Information
You can manage your privacy settings for Google Analytics by using the methods below:

Google Advertising Cookies

Dog-Learn may display third-party advertisements within the content on some of our pages. Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user's prior visits to your website or other websites. Google's use of advertising cookies enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet.

Users may opt out of personalized advertising by visiting Ads Settings or by opting out of specific third-party vendor's use of cookies by going to