These days you don’t need to pour money in finding a good dog trainer. The best dog trainer is you! With the help of these apps, anyone can teach their dogs a variety of tricks and make dog training fun, fast, and effective.
Best Dog Apps for iPhone
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Puppr is one of the best apps that teach your dog tricks from basic things to ‘sit’ and ‘stay’ to advanced skills such as ‘fetch leash’ and ‘wave’. Teach more than 70 tricks, through step-by-step instruction videos, plus a built-in clicker makes learning easy and fun. Learn to train your dog from celebrity dog trainer Sara Carson & The Super Collies and move up the levels.
The Puppr App helps desensitize your dog to specific sounds or noises, such as a doorbell or open-door sound. You can track your training progress and schedule iterative training to mimic real life.
iClicker is a fun app by Savvy Appz, designed for new and experienced dog owners to train dogs efficiently. It has an easy interface and simple instruction to get you started.
Professional dog trainers widely use clicker training, and now you can use it too! It incorporates 9 clicker training tutorials, 32 in-depth clicker training videos, and 48 engaging sounds to have fun with your dog or desensitize it.
WAG is a free 5-star app used for tracking dog walks through GPS; you can follow your tracks in real-time.
Check availability and book an appointment through the App for dog walks, dog care at your home or the Pet caregiver’s, drop-in visits for dogs that don’t need a walk, but a potty break. Pay securely through the App. It also features in-app messaging, so you always stay connected with you’re Pet Caregiver.
Ask questions to verified veterinaries on your pet’s health in the comfort of your home.
Pet First Aid
Pet First App by the American Red Cross offers a step-by-step instructions guide on how to help your beloved pet in case of an emergency. It provides a list of symptoms and warning signs to take preventive care of your dog. Traveling or at home, the App can locate the nearest emergency vet hospital or pet-friendly hotels. You can even set veterinary appointments at your convenience.
Learn to give first-aid to your four-legged bestie through a combination of videos, images, and text. Over 25 everyday pet situations to review and interactive quizzes, plus identify common toxic substances for your pet.
APCC by ASPCA
The country’s first animal welfare organization, Animal Poison Control Center Books & Reference, launched the APCC app. It accurately identifies potentially harmful medicines, common household hazards, toxic and non-toxic plants, and warm and cold weather hazards.
Information loaded in the App comes from expert toxicologists. Search the library for hundreds of plants, medicines, and plants that are hazardous for your pet. It provides information about the severity of the situation and the next steps to follow.
It also comes with a one-touch speed-dialing to the ASPCA in case of any emergency.