Users have already used the information in the app to help save their pets. A dog owner used the information on choking to dislodge a piece of hot dog from his dog. Another owner used the toxic substance list after her young boxer got into the snack pantry – luckily nothing in there was toxic.
APP OVERALL HIGHLIGHTS The top five app features include:
  • Step-by-step instructions for first aid emergencies
  • Pet profile for storing tag ID, photo and medical information
  • Early warning signs for when to contact a veterinarian
  • Animal hospital locator
  • How to include pets in emergency preparedness plans

  • Prepare and protect your pet’s health with advice on administering medication, time to say goodbye, behavioral help and how to act in a disaster situation.
  • Programmable veterinary contact number to be available when needed throughout the app.
  • Learn first aid steps for over 25 common pet situations through a combination of text, video and images, in addition to identifying common toxic substances.
  • Respond to pet emergencies with “how to” videos for the common and stressful emergency situations inclusive of size specific CPR techniques.
  • Customize multiple pet profiles and set veterinary appointments.

    EMERGENCY PLANS Don’t forget to include pets in emergency plans as well:
    - Plan to take pets along if ordered to evacuate.
    - Most Red Cross shelters cannot accept pets because of health and safety concerns and other considerations. Know which friends, relatives, hotels, boarding facilities accept pets in an emergency.
    - Assemble a portable kit with emergency supplies for pets:
  • Leashes, harnesses and/or carriers
  • Food, drinking water, bowls, manual can opener
  • Medications and copies of medical records
  • Current photos of the pets

    Take care of your furry family member and download the app directly from the iTunes, Google Play or Amazon Marketplace app stores.