Best Mobile Apps For Dogs
We all want our lives with our pooch to be a little bit easier. Vet appointments, dog sitters, and training. Some owners think of their pooch as their four-legged child. So getting some help from an app to make your life a little less chaotic for free is great. I’ve listed some of the best mobile apps for dogs, to help your busy schedule become a little easier.
IClicker –is a great app to help start training your pooch. You can buy real clickers, but this app is free, and better yet you can’t lose or break it. Unless you’re like me and drop your phone. Try it and see if it helps make your training any easier.
Pet first aid – is an app for only $0.99. We all have had those scares when our pets get hurt. To every pet owner, pet first aid helps you make the right steps to make sure your pup will be okay. It shows you detailed videos with illustrations. It includes restraint muzzling, CPR bandaging, and many more. You can create a pet profile including tag identification, number photos, list of medications, and instructions. You can use click to call contact event to help you or your pooch. It also includes a list of emergency pet care facilities or alternative vets with Animal Hospital locators. It allows you to test their knowledge with an interactive quiz and earn badges that you can share on social media networks.
Petfinder Pro- helps you keep track of your dog’s actions. It’s so easy that you can do it even while playing with your dog. You’ll never forget when to feed your pooch, give them medications, take them for walks, or taking him on a playdate. It also tracks the training phases of your pooch, set up reminders, and share notifications.
Petsi dog breeds-. Do you know your pooch’s breed. Some have been trying to figure it out and now they have made an app that can help. It’s also filled with cute photos and information that allows you to create a profile for your dog as a fun social network, and allows access to hundreds of dog breeds with high-quality images.
Pet diary- is an app to help you keep track of your pet’s health, and get reminders when care should be performed. You can track your pets growth and health, and also track expenses for your pet.
Pet toxins- is my favorite app for my pooch that likes to eat anything she sees. This app comes from the ASPCA that helps you with knowing which plants are poisonous for dogs. It has a searchable database of plants reported as having effects on the health of dogs. It gives details for each toxic plant, and includes the name and age of the plant, and list of potential symptoms. It also includes information to help if your pet has ingested a poisonous substance, and gives you numbers to the ASPCA Poison Control Center.
Map my dog walk- is an app that you and your dog can get fit at the same time. You can track your calories and map your favorite routes by using GPS. You can also share a geomap app that features photos and data that allows you to get millions of routes across the world. Also includes a fitness calculator, dog events, and social network of healthy and active individuals, and their pooch.
Bingo Pet Cloud- helps manage your pets whole life, and keep the records on the go. Some of the features included in the finger pet cloud:
Folders for medical records, adoption records, vet bills, pictures, or any personalized folder
Shots and reminders let you know when important stuff is due reminding you via text or email
Near me features wherever you go so you can find pet hotels, groomers, day care, and pet parks
Insurance- check out Figo pet insurance
File Claims all records pertaining to a pets health. Get filed to your insurance policy or automatically updated to your cloud
Foursquare- organizes all the dog parks in your area and find nearby dog parks in Amvets
Pet Coach- Ask vets about your dog, and about your pets health, nutrition, and behavior. Get answers for free from verified US certified vets, dog trainers, pet nutritionist, and other experts this is one of the best mobile apps for dogs.
Barkbuddy – app is to make it easy in adopting a pet. Share your profile with any shelter, fill out the application, and submit. If you get approved, you get to meet your pooch.
Dog vacancy –makes it easy to book pet care services, and manage your reservations for finding reliable pet sitter. Get photo and video updates, and stay in touch anywhere. It has simple messaging, which makes it easier for sitters and their clients to communicate.
Icam -is good for if you go out of town a lot, or just want to see what your pooch is up to. You can watch your canine friend remotely.
These are just a couple of the awesome apps to try and help you and your pup run an easier lifestyle. So try one and let me know what you think.