If you own a rescue dog and a smartphone, you need these amazing apps! You can find a dog owner app to keep everything you need at your fingertips. Track your dog’s walking time. Find your next best family dog and so much more! You will have a lot of fun with the first one.
The BarkCam Dog Owner App
This is called a dog owner app because your dog doesn’t have opposable thumbs! Therefore, he can’t do it himself, it takes you to snap the fun selfie of your adorable dog.
We know that all shelter dogs are not natural models. Consequently, it can be hard to snap a perfect pic every time you want one. With BarkCam you choose a sound that will get your pup’s attention allowing you to snap a great photo. Add filters, fun stickers, quotes, or a meme text to the image. And finally, share it with friends directly from the app. How awesome is that?
The FitBark Dog Monitor And App
Admit it, you know someone who owns a Fitbit. Now there’s a Fitbit for dogs! FitBark tracks your dog’s daily exercise, activity, sleep, weight and more. According to the website; FitBark will help reduce hyperactive, destructive, unruly, and attention-seeking behaviors. Lowering your vet bills and increasing life expectancy in the process.
The Perfect Pet App
It’s pretty sure you already own the best family pet you could have. But in case you are wondering, “What is the best pet for me?” Take a minute and check out the Perfect Pet app. According to the iTunes listing, “Ultimate Breed Guide To Dogs provides you with instant information on over 510 dog breeds including height, weight, breed history, temperament, how they get along with children, and whether you will be living with dog hair on your furniture (many breeds are low shedding/hypoallergenic!) They also provide information on where the breed originated and why the breed was developed (work, companionship, play, guarding etc).” Like I said at the beginning, everything you need to know, at your fingertips, in a dog owner app.
The Pet First Aid App
How cool is this? You can now access amazing first aid information with the click of an app. Here’s what to expect:
• Simple step-by-step instructions guide you through everyday emergencies.
• Prepare and protect your pet’s health with advice on administering medication, time to say goodbye, behavioral help, and how to act in a disaster situation.
• Early warning sign checker for preventive care.
• Programmable veterinary contact number to be available when needed.
• Learn first aid steps for over 25 common pet situations, in addition to identifying common toxic substances.
• Locate your nearest emergency vet hospital or pet-friendly hotels.
• Respond to pet emergencies with “how to” videos for the common and stressful emergency situations inclusive of size-specific CPR techniques.
• Customize multiple pet profiles and set veterinary appointments.
These are just a few of the apps available for dog owners. If you’re thinking of adopting a rescue puppy check this out.
Do you already own a dog owner app? Share what you have and why you love it.