Pet Apps

They love us unconditionally and wag their tails when they see us. So lets return some of the love with these pet friendly apps. Craig Stevens is here now with today’s Appsolute must-have downloads.

WSVN — It’s important to know what to do if your dog or cat ever needs your help. “Pet first Aid” by the American Red Cross is a step-by-step guide to everyday pet emergencies.

The app even has videos to show you how to do everything from CPR to controlling bleeding. The app also has health information for preventive care like which foods you pet should not eat. You can create, customized pet profiles and set veterinary appointments to make things easier when you are on the go.

If you are a proud pet parent, “Klooff” is a social app where your pet can have their own profile. Similar to Instagram, you take pictures of your pets and post them.

Other users can follow you and rate your photos. You can share your pets breed, age, hobbies. Who knows, your pet may be the next Internet sensation.

And if you think your animal speaks to you but you can’t understand, “Animal Translator” can tune in with your animal and translate what he or she wants. Chose the animal and set the language, press the listen button and wait for your pet to make a noise.

The app is a great way to joke around with family and friends and have a good time.

“Pet First Aid” is 99 cents and the rest of today’s apps are free to download.


Pet First Aid


Animal Translator