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Last Updated on March 10, 2022

7 Useful Pet Management Apps Every Pet Owner Needs

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7 Useful Pet Management Apps Every Pet Owner Needs

Who says you have to completely eliminate technology from your pet’s care? You don’t. While putting your cat in front of your tablet and encouraging her to play Candy Crush Saga does not count as playing with your cat, you can still make your mobile device useful. Download pet apps to make caring for your pet easier and more enjoyable. Not sure which ones you need? Start by considering these 15 useful pet apps.

1. Whistle

Working alongside the Whistle pet tracking system, the Tagg app makes it easy to track where you pet is if he or she gets out of the house. Start by purchasing the GPS tracker, and attach to your pet’s collar. Use the app to view your pet’s location and get directions on how to get to him or her. You’ll also receive notifications if your pet gets out so that you can attend to the situation immediately. Aside from finding your lost pet, the app also uses GPS to track your pet’s activity levels to help make the best decisions about your pet’s health.

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2. BringFido

Brought to you by BringFido, a leading expert in pet-friendly travel, the BringFido app helps you find pet-friendly hotels, beaches, parks, and more when traveling. You can even use the resources to find local pet-friendly restaurants and events in your home town. Narrow your choices to discover hotels that don’t charge an extra fee for pets. While the app is built for dog owners, it’s still a great resource for people with other types of pets.

3. PupTox

Have you ever wondered what types of plants in and around your home are toxic to your pets? Or maybe you’ve wondered what you can feed them without them getting sick. Now you don’t have to worry so much.

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With the PupTox app, you’ll receive a directory of over 250 items toxic to cats and dogs. This helps you decide what flowers to plant, if it’s okay to share your leftovers, and if you should contact the vet when your pet eats something you’re unsure of.

4. Pet First Aid

Investing in an app that could save your animal’s life is money well-spent. The Pet First Aid app can help you figure out what’s wrong with your pet before rushing to the animal hospital. Is your pet’s behavior mild, or do you need to rush him to the vet now?

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This app aims to solve these issues. You’ll even get access to resources like articles and videos that teach you how to care for a your pet in certain situations, such as when choking. You can also record your pet’s medical information so you have it on-hand when you go to the vet.

5. Pets Next Door

If you’re a true animal lover and a social media enthusiast, then Pets Next Door is perfect for you. Create a profile for your pet, upload cute pictures, and browse other local pets and those around the world. Join groups, and even enter your pet in a contest (like which pet is the cutest!). Even if you don’t have a pet, you can use the app to browse silly pet pictures and read stories about pets in your neighborhood.

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6. Pet Pal

Pet Pal is a one-stop app for managing everything pet related. Among its extensive list of tools, you can create profiles for any type of pet and enter birth dates, feeding and walking schedules, vet appointments, and events. When you hire a pet sitter, simply share your pet’s profile via email. You can also use the app to search for nearby pet stores, vet clinics, and more. Even take note of insurance information and contact details for vets, pet sitters, and shelters.

7. Pet Acoustics

When your pet is feeling anxious, soothe his or her nerves with relaxing music. The Pet Acoustics app comes with a variety of tunes to help your pet feel safe and calm when on the ride to the vet, in a thunderstorm, or during a grooming session. The music is specifically designed for your pet’s ears.

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