NewsDogVacay keeps digging, coming up with an additional $15 millionThis article was originally published onBy Nick Vivion | October 11, 2013 DogVacay, the P2P pet care startup, has added another bone to the pile: $15 million in funding, which brings the total haul to $22 million.$6 million was raised last year from Benchmark Capital. At the time of that announcement, the doggie travel startup had paid out $1 million to users who boarded pets for traveling owners.This second Series B round was led by Foundation Capital, who said the following in the announcement:“For pet owners, the DogVacay experience is transformative. DogVacay consistently delivers off-the-charts satisfaction for both buyers and sellers, which has led to hyper-growth and quickly established the company as the clear leader in the industry. With pet care representing an $11 billion market in the US, DogVacay is poised to own the space and we look forward to working closely with their talented team."Current investors, including Benchmark and First Round Capital, along with new investors DAG Ventures and Sherpa Ventures, contributed to the round alongside Foundation.Since launching in March 2012, the company claims robust month-over-month growth leading to hundreds of thousands of dog overnights booked across the U.S. and Canada. DogVacay also recently launched a mobile app that allows dog owners to access more than 10,000 hosts in its community with an average rating of 4.97 out of 5 stars.