5 apps you NEED if you’re a dog owner in London

London life can be hectic and fast, so its essential that your beloved pooch is cared for and happy. It can be difficult to keep up with them sometimes, but here are 5 apps you need to make sure your best friend is always happy.

  1. Tailster

Too busy to walk the dog? The Tailster app walks your dog for you, and gives you the peace of mind that your dog has really been walked with its GPS tracking system. The dog carer will also give you real-time updates and send a detailed email about the route that will be walked, so you can be sure of the safety of your beloved pooch.

Available on AppStore and Google Play.

  1. DogBuddy

A particularly helpful app if you’re going on holiday and don’t know who to trust with your dog. The app shows nearby dog sitters, and also shows reviews that people have given before.

Available on AppStore and Google Play.

  1. Twindog

This is the perfect app if you want to get in touch with dog owners around you! Find a buddy for your dog or meet a dog owner yourself!

Available on AppStore and Google Play.

  1. iCam

Don’t lose sight of your dog with this app which allows you to monitor him/her straight from your smartphone. Perfect for moody puppies and dogs who can’t bear being away from their owner.

Available on AppStore and Google Play.

  1. Foursquare

Although this is a popular app for anyone, it can be particularly useful for dog owners. Find stores, vets and parks wherever you are, and check if any buddies are nearby.

Available on AppStoreGoogle Play and Windows Store.

All images from AppStore and Google Play.


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