Here’s the list, some for Droid and others for iOS. If you have any apps you think we should add to our list, send them in!
Disclaimer: We haven’t tested all of these on our phones, and some of them have nominal fees to download.
Dog First Aid – by PetMD, this app lets you search for what to do in an emergency situation. iOS
Pet First Aid – With text and video, you’ll find all sorts of information on how to handle emergencies with your pet. It’s a nice little app to have handy, but also to educate you before a problem arises. Droid.
PetMinder (Anroid) and Pet Diary (iOS) are apps that remind you when to take care of your pet. It will let you know when you need to give food or water, make a vet -appointment, or give medicine. Really good for puppy training!
Off Leash Dog Park Locator helps you find the nearest place to let your dog run and play. iOS and Android
Pet Care Services. If you’re not near us, here’s an app to help you find a vet, grooming, boarding, and the dog parks. For Android.
PetCentric. By Purina, this app helps you find pet friendly hotels and restaurants. It’s great for traveling. iOS
PetBook keeps all your information about your pet in your phone – medications, vaccine dates, information about your vet. When you leave your pet at a kennel or sitter, you can email all the information at once. Very convenient! Android.
Dog Translator. This amazing (and hysterical) app works on an iPhone, and will translate barks and growls and whines into English. iOS
Google Translate for Animals. This one is really just an April Fool’s joke, but the video is hysterical. Android. Sort of.
AngryCat Free – The Angry Cat Simulator is another iPhone app. It simulates angry cats. Just too funny. iOS
Cheesebox. Since your significant pet can’t say cheese, this app makes a noise so they’ll look at the camera. Android.
PetPlaypen is a virtual pet app that is not quite so cuddly as the real thing – but a lot of fun nonetheless. iOS
MyPetED is “a safe place to explore your pet health questions, keep your pet’s health record, and stay in touch with your vet for the best guidance… plus adopt a pet or find a lost pet.” Android and iOS
iKibble lets you quickly look up a food to see if it’s safe to feed your dog. iOS