Have a Pet, have a Smartphone have an App!
Nowadays there are so many android and iphone apps available – millions!
They all are somehow making life easier, more convenient and some even help you to get better organized and have information readily there when you need it.
Pet owners can now compile pet care and pet health info about their pets easily on their smartphones.
Think about how this can help at the next routine vet visit, when you want to talk about your dog’s funny behavior not long ago or your cat scratching vigorously her right ear! (Usually in exact that situation you would forget it all… only to remember after having left the vet practice!)
Pet lovers over at ebay classifieds have been creating this infographic about the wealth of pet care apps for iPhone and androids!
Interesting and useful apps pet owners can download – SunHerald.com
Even those of you who are hesitant need to look at using some of these great apps that truly can be useful and, in some cases, possibly life saving.
PetFirstAid… provides pet owners with detailed and pertinent information on how to quickly assess any major emergency situation and how to handle any of these with specific instructions.
Pet Poison Helpline
This is another very useful app if you are wondering if a particular food or plant around your house is poisonous.
The app provides a phone number to experts in pet poisonings 24/7.
Otherwise, the app provides great practical information for any pet owner, even if only a suspicion of poisoning has occurred.
This app provides soothing music for dogs, cats, horses and their owners.
The app gives animal lovers an easy-to-use guide for finding pet friendly places and information anywhere, anytime.
These apps are just a few of the multitude of apps available for pet owners.
Read the full article here.
This video shows you even more pet apps for the iPhone
Most of the apps introduced in the video above can be quite helpful, but you should take advice from the app about feeding tips with common sense making sure you provide your pet with the right amount of food and not overfeeding it.