Animal Apps

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screen-shot-2016-11-08-at-11-43-07-amMust-Have Apps for Animal Lovers

Scroll through hundreds of foods and see which are OK to give to your pet, or search for something she may have already eaten. Free



Choose a sound to get your pet’s attention, then snap a pic. Add stickers, filters and text to your image and share directly from the app. Free



Helping animals in need just got a little easier with this app, which searches a database of nearby vets and facilities when you enter details of an incident. Free



This interactive cat app will help satisfy kitty’s hunting instincts. Enjoy all the fun of watching them squash little bugs and critters, without all the messy cleanup. Free



Now you can send your dog to stay in a loving home with a pet-sitter next time you go out of town. You’ll also get photo and video updates each day that you’re away. Free



Think your pet is adorable enough to go viral online? Upload their photo for the chance to have them featured in BuzzFeed, and discover other cute pets! Free



You’re attached to your technology, so why shouldn’t your pet get to play along? This app amuses your feline with mouse chasing, fish catching, and even a tiny cat piano, purrfect for musical paws. Free



Be the know-it-all animal lover in your group of friends with this brand’s app offerings that teach you all you need to know about dog breeds, cats, rabbits, and rodents. Free



“Lost Dog” posters are a thing of the past thanks to this high-tech pet-tracking system. The app synchs with the Tagg GPS Plus device ($79.95), which attaches to your dog’s collar, and alerts you if Fido wanders beyond his designated Tagg zone. Service fee as low as $6.95 per month, after one-month free trial.

Dogs are photogenic, but they’re terrible models, since they rarely sit still.
This app emits a sound that will get your pup’s attention so they’ll look right at the camera.
Take a shot at being the next Instagram star! Free



Need cheering up? Download this virtual cat and pet it anywhere.
Designed by a toy company in New York, it’s made for those times when “you’re stuck somewhere depressing.” $1.99



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