As the saying goes ‘there’s an app for everything these days’, and that is now true for dog lovers. This infographic from GAP takes you through all of the apps available to give you and your pooch an easier life. One of the most important things in any dog’s life is training and there are some very good apps to offer a helping hand here. For example, iClicker lets you play certain sounds like squeaks and doorbells to reinforce certain behaviours – simple but very effective.

Walking your dog is an everyday task and sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect route. Both you and your dog might even be getting a bit bored of doing the same route every single day. The MapMyDogWalk app could really help you here as id advises users on the best walking routes in the area. You can also add a route to help others if you know a great one!

Why not check a few of these apps out for yourself? All of them are free so if you don’t like them; just tap the uninstall button.

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