Best Apps For Pet Owners

We all know that apps have forever changed the way we live our lives. They make it easier to navigate around unknown cities, find a new coffee shop to try, and even get in touch with friends we haven’t seen in years. It’s only natural that there are apps out there for pet owners too—and the best part? They’re usually free!

We’ve compiled a list of some of the best apps out there for pet owners so that you can download them and start using them right away. Whether you want to keep better track of your dog’s walks or get your cat an e-catnip toy delivered to your door, we’ve got you covered.

Best Apps For Pet Owners

Do you go everywhere with your smartphone? If the answer is yes, then you ought to check out these apps for people who live with and love dogs and cats. The following are all free to download and available for iPhone & Android users. A link to the Android version on Google Play appears at the end of each listing.

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Tap into tens of thousands of PetRescuers and participating shelters and clinics across the country with this app. You can set it to receive detailed Lost Pet Alerts for missing dogs and cats in your area. Should your dog or cat stray, her info can alert PetRescuers to be on the lookout. The app also provides info on what to do if you find a lost pet as well as heart-warming stories of microchipped pets that have been reunited with their families. iOS. Android.PetRescuers by HomeAgain
Keeping track of your pet’s veterinarian appointments and medications are important but can easily become overwhelming. That’s where the MyPet Reminders app comes in handy. Create a profile for your pets and keep track of important dates. iOS. Android.MyPet Reminders
It’s simply a smart and well-written magazine for dog owners, regaling readers with smart features and essays, reproductions of dog art and tips on animal behavior plus training articles, book reviews, veterinary advice and more. And the editors have a soft spot for pictures of smiling dogs. Free, but $ to download an issue or subscribe. iOS. Android.The Bark: Dog Culture Magazine
Whether you’re a pet parent in search of a dog sitter or someone who wants to work as a pet caretaker, Rover can help by connecting you. The biggest company of its kind, Rover lists dog walkers, pet boarders, house sitters and others who love pets in more than 10,000 cities. iOS. Android.Rover
If you have more than one dog, share pet care with others or simply want a record of when your dog’s needs are attended, DogSync can help. This app lets you record when a pet has been walked, watered and fed, taken to the vet, given medication if needed and more. With it, you can easily connect with others in your “pack” and ask for help with responsibilities. iOS. Android version “coming soon”.DogSync
Many behaviorists recommend clicker training. It’s an effective way to reward good behavior – as long as every click is followed by a treat. Having this simple app, which offers three different sounds, replaces the need for carrying around a separate clicker. iOS. Android.Dog Clicker Training
This app enables users who live in major cities to connect with a community of people who love and care for pets. It offers info on pet-oriented venues such as dog parks, and businesses such as groomers and doggie day care. You can add a photo of your pet, set up a play date and even find dog-friendly bars and brunch spots. iOS. Android.PetParent
Still a bit new to the game, Wag connects truly obsessed dog owners to insured, bonded and background-checked dog walkers to select and book. Here’s why: once your dog goes out, you can track its path live with the app’s GPS map. Plus you get a report after every walk that contains a photo or video, distance walked, duration, and whether your dog peed or pooped. Note that not all geographic areas have dog walkers and this app is currently for iPhone users only. iOS.Wag: Dog Walking
Not that anyone needs a new addiction, but Neko Atsume is awfully cute and asks so little. Put out some virtual food, and a few cats appear. Add some toys and you’ll meet more that you can photograph for the in-app cat book. There’s no violence, no shooting, just some cartoony cats who show up to play and eat. Watch out for Tubbs, though. He’s a gobbler and you’ll need to refill the food bowls soon after he visits. iOS. Android.Neko Atsume
If you pet has diabetes, the PetDiabetes Tracker app is an absolute must-have. The app not only allows pet parents to monitor and track the symptoms of their pet’s diabetes but also allows you to log important medical information such as blood glucose levels. It also features handy reminders for insulin shots and veterinarian appointments. You can then email a full report of the data you input directly to your veterinarian from within the app. iOS. Android.

10 Best Apps For Every Pet Parent

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8 incredibly useful apps for animal lovers

Animals, Travel, Wellness, What’s New / By Kathleen Prasad

I don’t go anywhere without my smartphone. Life’s a juggling act, whether I’m taking calls, working or even snapping pics of my dog Mystic. How awesome that I can also use my mobile to keep Mystic on point in her training, get animal first aid tips and find dog-friendly hiking trails in Marin? I can do all this, and more, with apps—and here are eight of the best for animal lovers:

1. Puppy Coach 101: Coaching your new puppy isn’t easy, so why go it alone? This video-based app guides you in crate training, potty training, teaching sit, teaching them to learn their name, nipping and biting, and more. Learn tactics instantly with videos featuring professional dog trainer Joanne Lekas. $2.99 (iPhone)

2. Dog Clicker Training: To go with the training app mentioned above, this easy-to-use app gives you professional HD clicker sounds to assist in those training sessions with your dog or cat. Free (iPhone)

3. Pet First Aid: This app from the American Red Cross offers up all you need to know to help your cat or dog in an emergency. Includes how-to videos (such as animal CPR), an early warning signs checklist, the location of your nearest emergency hospital, common first aid tips and more. $0.99 (Android, iPhone, Amazon)

4. BarkBuddy: Thinking about adding a new member to the family? BarkBuddy, which links to 2,500 rescues nationwide, connects animal lovers with “the perfect match” at their local shelter. Simply swipe to see photos, bios and distance from you. An Android version is in the works. Free (iPhone)

5. Pose A Pet: With 20 sound effects including “meow,” “zing” and “squeaky,” this app ensures your cat or dog looks at the camera every single time, ensuring a perfect photo. The app was created by Jennifer Whaley, an animal photographer who used similar sounds to take pictures of 2,500 rescue dogs. Free (iPhone); $3 (Android)

6. BringFido: Traveling with your dog just got easier. With BringFido, just swipe to find pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, parks, beaches and other places that are happy to see you bring your four-legged friends, too. Free (iPhone)

7. ASPCA: Keep your pet as safe as possible in a natural disaster with this app. Not only can you store medical records, but you can also access important information during an emergency, learn how to search for your animal (if he becomes lost in a major storm, for example), create a “lost pet” digital flyer to share on social media, and more. Free (iPhone and Android)

8. Cute or Not: Do you have the cutest dog on the block? Upload a pic to Cute or Not and see if others agree. The app also lets you rate other people’s pets (for cute, the app says “swipe right!”) and see trending photos. (But wait—who’s swiping left? Aren’t all animals cute??!) Free (iPhone)

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