Puppy Basics For Dummies
By gWhiz, LLC
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Get ready for puppy parenthood with the Puppy Basics For Dummies App. Filled with valuable information for acclimating your puppy to your home and/or family; as well as training basics, you’ll start down the path for a well behaved pup. Practical tools keep track of everything from first aid instructions to finding veterinarians, dog parks, and pet stores. There’s even a puppy scrapbook section and areas to keep track of vaccinations, veterinarian visits, and puppy preferences. This app has everything you need to help your puppy grow up to be a healthy, playful, well-mannered dog.
About My Puppy
Keep track of all your puppy details in one handy place. From the name, breed, and birthday basics to daily routine and health information (including chip numbers), you’ll never have to flip through files or paperwork to get the info you need. You can also email the information to care givers like your pet sitter.
From purchasing supplies to preparing your home, you’ll get expert advice for quickly making puppy part of your pack. Whether it is introducing puppy to human or pet family members, you’ll get what you need for the smoothest introductions.
Covers the all-important housetraining with lots of reassuring advice as well as the basics for leash training and group training. Tested advice for training and managing your puppy away from bad habits, such as chewing, jumping up, nipping, and more.
Handy tools for finding pet parks, pet stores, and veterinarians – all based on your current United States location.
Get peace of mind with helpful first aid instructions for a variety of emergencies, including stopping bleeding, dealing with bites and cuts, helping a choking pup, and treating and preventing heat stroke.
Create a scrapbook and share with friends or program in reminders about puppy appointments with the hands-on tools.
Really useful app.
I first started using this app for our poodle Khola to keep track of her feeding schedule and vet info so that when we go away we can just email it to whoever instead of having to write it down everytime. I also figured out we could add our other dog Maggie (who isn't a puppy) in as well. Makes it a lot easier.
The text material is really good, and the emergency/first aid section is good thing to always have around. I haven't used the scrapbook or calendar tools, but it looks cool.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Released: Aug 15, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 6.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: gWhiz, LLC
- Copyright © 2011 & Trademark by Wiley Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.