Call your pet, maybe?

Call your pet, maybe

Best apps for your pet

Not only we can enjoy our phones and devices but we can also share our fun experience with our pets as well. With new applications popping up every day, there are quite a number from which you can choose to either entertain your pet or even get useful tips on how to handle them.
Most view apps as a way to only have fun, however, they can be helpful as they can show you the nearest vet or even a park. And in a case of emergency you can quickly act as you can carry around a mini informative vet technician.

Do not go Off Leash now

Off leash is an excellent app if you are planning having a walk with your dog. Chances are that your little buddy enjoys walks without leashes, and for that reason this app can point out the nearest parks that allow activities without leashes. This way, you and your pet can have the time of your life without having any restraints.

Cesar Says: tsst!

A must have app if your dog is misbehaving, and you need some encouragement on how to shape your pet up. This dog whisperer app gives you some of the best tips Cesar has to offer. Following the advices will ensure to teach discipline in to time. An added function is that if you shake or tap your device it will make Cesar’s trademarked “tsst!”

Game apps

You can select from a large number of games that your pets can play, or even play with or against your pets. Friskies Cat Fishing is one such app; it lets your cat go fishing and catch them with a paw swat. No more sleeping for your little bundle of fur.
Another awesome app that your cat could enjoy is Paint for Cats. Maybe your pet cat is the next great pet artist, so why not let them express themselves. It is something both you and your pet can have fun together.

First Aid app

No matter how prepared you are for something, you can never be too prepared, and for that reason you should download the Dog First Aid app. It provides you with clear instructions on what to do until you can get proper veterinary help. Even if it is something simple, now you have the chance to immediately look it up and make sure that your pup is fine.
There are also First Aid apps for cats too. They provide helpful tips on how to react in a feline crisis. In any case of emergency though, you should immediately notify a veterinarian.

Doggy tricks

If you are about to teach your dog some new tricks, the Dog Tricks app can help you with that. It provides clear instructions on how to go about teaching new tricks to your little friend. The great thing is that you have photo and video tutorials.

Where and what to get

Do not forget that you have many vet stations that can help you choose the right apps you need, but if you feel a bit shy, you can always visit an online pet shop. They can offer a great app selection, besides their selection of treats and pet accessories.

This was a Guest Post by Diana Smith. Besides loving gadgets, Diana is also a great anima lover. She enjoys spending her free time with her favorite dog LuLu. This article has been inspired by Stefmar

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