What does Chunyo have to do with our phones? Where do I begin?
We use our phones to:
- Take tons of pics of him (seriously you would think he was our first born);
- Check and approve Chunyo’s Corner’s comments;
- Respond to Chunyo’s email;
- Tweet and update Chunyo’s fan page (really have to work on this part);
- Surf for any of the latest pooch trends; and
- Download cool iphone apps featured for dogs (see below).
Lucky for us, The Woof Report recently listed the top 12 iphone apps for dogs.
I have highlighted the free ones (and another cool one for the great price of $1.99) from this list. Go ahead and sniff out some new information for your canine.
FidoFactor “Locate all the dog friendly spots in your area with the Fido Factor app – dog parks, dog friendly restaurants, bars, pet stores, hotels, and more. And not only will you find directions, hours and contact information in its growing user-generated database, but you’ll find user reviews too. FREE.”
Paw Card “With the Paw Card app create an unlimited number of profiles for your dogs, cats, and other pets to keep track of their vital information and always have it with you. Record your pet’s ID tag numbers and vet contacts, and track your pet’s medications, medical and vaccination history, and more. That’s not all, email your pet’s Paw Card to your dog walker, pet sitter, or vet. FREE.”
Petfinder “Search pets by breed, age, gender and size from 13,000 shelters and rescue groups around the country with the Petfinder app. It’s just what you need when someone tells you they’d like to buy a pet, or if you’re looking for a new family member. Bookmark your favorite pet profiles and share them with friends via email, Facebook and Twitter. FREE.”
Dog Park Finder “Near home or on the go, the Dog Park Finder app powered byDogParkUSA.com has you covered with listings of 2,400+ dog parks. Using your phone’s GPS, it finds the nearest park, and includes photos, user reviews and details, such as if it’s fenced, has small dog areas, and the hours and days of operation. FREE.”
Pet Services Finder “Find all the services for your pet’s needs at home or on the road. The Pet Services Finder helps you locate the nearest veterinarians, emergency clinics, doggie daycare facilities, dog sitters and walkers, dog groomers and more. Once the results appear, it’s your choice: click to call, get directions or read and post reviews. FREE.”
PetSnap “Pictures of your dog on your phone are a must, and the PetSnap app improves your odds of taking a great shot. The app offers 32 different sounds to instantly get your dog’s attention, perfect for getting him or her to look right into the camera. $1.99.”
(This one isn’t free but it’s kind of cool)
There you have it! Hope you see something you like. Do you use your phone for anything pooch related? Do tell…
P.S. The pic below was taken with the PetSnap app.
Another picture, seriously?