8 Amazing iPhone Apps For Dog Owners


Dogs have been living with humans for over 15,000 years. People that have a dog tend to really love their pet. These iPhone applications help you take care of your dog:

Dog-A-Log

Dog-A-Log helps you identify different breeds of dogs. It has a database of dogs collected off of Wikipedia. Dogs are sorted by name.

Dog First Aid

Dog First Aid is an application that helps find out what kind of sickness your dog has before asking the vet in case of an emergency. Dog First Aid currently costs $1.99.

Dog Tricks 101 – Best of 101 Dog Tricks

Dog Tricks 101 shows you how to teach your dog 8 tricks using a step-by-step approach. Tricks include sit, down, crawl, roll over, shake hands, fetch, spin in circles, and hoop jump. There are photos, videos, and concise instructions about the steps.

Dog Whistle

Dog Whistle allows you to train your dog to do tricks and stop barking. It has variable frequency tone generators, 4 different sound patterns, and sound level meters.

Dog Whisperer – Cesar Says


Cesar Says is a sound board application that features a variety of Cesar’s signature quotes. One of the sounds is his signature “Snap… Tsst!” expressions.

Fail Dogs

Fail Dogs has funny photos of dogs that are “failing” such as getting smacked with a ball or frisbee. The modes of the app include Order Mode, Gallery Mode, and Random Mode.

Pet Services Finder

Pet Services Finder helps you find dog walkers, sitters, groomers, pet-friendly hotels, etc. in the area. This is useful if you have moved to a new city and are looking for pet-related services.

PlentyOfFur

PlentyOfFur.com is a social network that has a mobile application for pets, pet lovers, groomers, shelters, breeders, etc. You can check out your dog’s profile and community through this app.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at

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  2. Egos says:

    Another app you might like – it reminds you when to feed or let your dogs out: http://dogbellsapp.com

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