There’s an app for everything! I have lots of apps on my iPhone and iPad, and many of these apps are taking up huge amounts of memory.
Recently, I had to do an “app clean-up” on my iPhone. I decided just to keep apps that I often use and are important. I also made an “app list” of new apps and apps I might have the need to reinstall. Right now on my iPhone, I have 5 apps; 4 apps I frequently use and 1 I am currently testing.
5 Apps For Pet Owners
An app we previously shared: Walk Your Dog, Help A Rescue with ResQwalk #Walk4Animals. ResQwalk, a free app, has gone through several updates. Basically, ResQwalk allows you to help a rescue group while you walk your dog. Watch the video below for more information.
ResQwalk is a must have for every dog owner – great way to help a shelter pet one step at a time.
2. Pet First Aid by American Red Cross
I had this app since 2014, it cost $.99, now it’s free to download. This app is handy for an emergency. It offers simple step by step directions on what to do in a situation when your pet requires first aid. During our road trips, the locator feature identifies the nearest AAHA vet hospitals and urgent care which became very useful.
3. Animal Poison Control Center (APCC)
A free app from ASPCA. It’s a compilation (with photographs) of toxic plants, food, medication, household and weather hazards. This app has been very handy on our nature walks. Sugar is always curious about plants and flowers.
4. Bring Fido
This free app has gone through several updates. Bring Fido is known for their dog travel directory. This app provides a list of dog friendly hotels (which also allows you to book it), dining, parks & beaches and pet events (which I often use).
5. Activ4Pets : A New Approach to Pet Care
An app I’m currently checking and intend to use. Activ4Pets safely secure (encrypted platform) your pet’s health records.
You have the option to share this information with a vet, especially if you are seeking a second opinion. Activ4Pets also allows you to access a network of worldwide veterinarians who can provide a second medical opinion. However, this feature comes with a membership fee of $50/year up to 4 pets. The free membership only lets you save basic information such as pet ID, emergency and veterinarian contacts, but you’ll have access to Activ4Pets pet loving community. Curious about Activ4Pets app? I invite you to check out Activ4Pet.com.
What pet related apps do you have on your iPhone?