Android and iPhone Apps
Whether it be for your entertainment or your pet's health, take a moment to try these free apps!
RIMADYL Rewards App
The RIMADYL Rewards app allows dog owners to log their purchases, program refill and dose reminders.
Owners will be able to upload receipts and their check points balance as part of the RIMADYL Rewards Program.
Heartgard Plus App
The HEARTGARD Reminder App, lets you program the date that you give your dog its HEARTGARD® Plus (ivermectin/pyrantel) and then receive a reminder to give your dog its next dose.
HEARTGARD Plus – easy to give, protection to live.
• Simple set up
• Keep track of how many doses you have left
• Store your veterinarian’s contact information
• Customize your reminder with photos of your pets
• Custom alert sounds
• Individual reminders for each pet
HEARTGARD Plus has always been easy to give and now it's easier to remember - download your free app now!
AVMA Animal Hospital App (game)
Start out as new veterinarian and work your way up the ranks to become chief veterinarian of AVMA Animal Hospital. The quicker you are at diagnosing and treating the animals, the more points you’ll score. Can’t get to all the animals in time? Just try again and build on your skills. Learn about each animal's ailments, diagnostics, and treatments as you race the clock and treat the animals. During the game you'll have the opportunity to treat dogs, cats, guinea pigs, birds and turtles. Not only is the game a fun way for children in grades 4-8 to learn about veterinary medicine, it's a fun game to play for any animal lover.
APCC by ASPCA common toxins App
Focusing on dogs, cats, horses, and birds, the free app helps owners quickly and accurately identify and understand common household hazards, toxic and non-toxic plants, potentially harmful medications, as well as warm or cold weather hazards. It also provides crucial information about the severity of the problem and critical next steps.
NCSU TickID App
Ticks are both a human and animal nuisance and human health risk because they transmit diseases like Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and others in the US. TickID provides basic information that may be helpful as a first step in tick identification of those most important in human health, especially in the eastern US, information about the diseases they transmit to humans, how to remove ticks as safe as possible, what precautions should be taken when exposed to ticks and links to additional information about ticks.
Lyme Disease Tick Map App
Lyme disease is preventable when you know how to avoid tick bites and what to do if bitten. Information on black-legged ticks which cause Lyme disease is provided for any location in the continental US. If you are bitten, instructions show you how to remove a tick, determine how long a tick has been attached, and if you should seek medical attention. Signs and symptoms of Lyme disease are shown and a physician reference is provided.