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Must-Have Apps for Chihuahua Lovers

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10 Must-Have Apps for Chihuahua Lovers“Your dog is so small she could fit in my pocket,” “My dog could eat yours as a snack,” “Don’t even bother picking up her poop, it’s too small anyways.” Being a Chihuahua owner can be exhausting. You get tired of hearing the same things over and over again. Your dog’s size gets so much attention, that people might forget to acknowledge how lovely she actually is.

Well, I will. You are so lucky to have such an adorable dog! I am sure you’re a great dog owner (honestly, only reading this makes you one!). Now let’s get down to business. You want to hear about all this amazing dog apps available out there, don’t you? Here are 10 must-have apps for Chihuahua lovers. Check them out!

  • The iClicker App

Have you ever thought about training you dog, but had no time to search for a real-life clicker? Don’t worry, there’s a free iClicker available for you now. This great phone app makes training your lovable Chihuahua fun, effective, and super-fast!

You get full instructions on how to use the tool, free tutorials and training videos, along with 48 engaging sounds for fun, distracting, or desensitizing your dog. Pretty neat, huh?

  • BarkCam

I know you are obsessed with your dog, we all are. If you can’t get her to chill down and look at the camera, this is the right app for you. Using BarkCam, you can now take dog portraits in just one second. The app makes specific sounds that grabs your dog’s attention. This is the dog version of Instagram, so it’s a must have for any pet lover.

  • BarkBuddy

Forget about Tinder, use BarkBuddy! This extraordinary app allows you to search for cute, adoptable dogs nearby, and match with them! Stabby Appleton says, “[This is] the sway way to adopt for the YOLO generation!” Find your most beloved pet with a couple swipes now!

  • Trottr

Don’t have time to walk your dog today? No problem, Trottr got your back – it is a must-have app that connects owners with professional pet sitters. When you have no time for your furry friend, Trottr saves the day.

  • American Red Cross

As a dog owner, youmust be prepared for anything. What if he starts throwing up in the middle of the night, and there are no vets close by? What if something happens to him while you camp?

Any good dog ownerpossesses at least some basic first aid skills, or…. they download Pet First Aid App, an app that provides instant access on how to maintain your pet’s health, what to do in emergencies, and how to include pets in your emergency preparedness plans, according to

  • Dog Park Finder Plus

Traveling with your dog is lots of fun, but it can also be challenging at times. They must run and enjoy some off-leash time, but how could you know every single dog park around the world? Dog Park Finder Plus will find them for you! Just download the app, open the maps, and you’re all set!

  • PetDiary

Keep track of your dog’s medical record and not only using PetDiary. Set reminders for their vaccination deadlines and grooming appointments. Upload photos of your pet and write down your best memories together. Reread them later and have a good laugh.

  • BringFido

Another great app for whenever you are traveling with your dog, BringFido helps dog owners find pet-friendly hotels, tourist attractions, and pet-friendly eating places. You get all the traveling information that you need using this application. Try it now!

  • Whistle

If your dog is a runner, Whistle is a useful app to download on your mobile phone. It tracks your pet’s location non-stop. It has nationwide coverage, follows your pet location over the past 24 hours to see where they went and when, and it notifies you about their location by e-mail or text. The only disadvantage is that the app requires a Wi-Fi network in order to be used.

Wrapping Up

Dear friend, as a dog owner, I am sure you took great advantage of the aforementioned applications available online. With just a click, you can download the one that fits your dog’s needs the best! Good luck!

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Busta's Mom

Wednesday 10th of May 2023

Help. My 4-month-old Chiweenie hates clothes, and harnesses. He growls and bites aggressively if I even attempt to put one on him. Typically he is the most laid back pup and nothing bothers him. He's at the age where we can bring him outside more often but refuses a harness and I am too scared to put a leash on a collar around his little throat. I have tried everything from having him lick peanut butter while I try to put it on she's getting treats over and over every time he is near the harness. Is there a safe color for his tiny neck that I can attach a lightweight leash? You live in Michigan where the weather is unpredictable so one day it might be really hard and then we need hoodies that night. He also is refusing all clothes How can I make them a positive experience for him?

Cathy Bendzunas

Wednesday 10th of May 2023

Hi Busta's mom, I already answered you in the other comment but in case you didn't see it, I'll copy and paste the answer here: Unfortunately every collar can cause throat and neck problems. I was going to tell you the steps but this YouTube video does the exact same thing that I would tell you to get him used to his harness: The only thing I would add is that once you do manage to get it on, you should try keeping it on for a while to get him comfortable with it. Also, this same method works for getting them used to clothes too.

Alida LaValley

Friday 10th of March 2023

My Chihuahua is about 12 years old and she keeps licking herself cause she hads a milky discharge coming from her tits. Can someone what the problem is?


Saturday 11th of March 2023

She needs to see a vet. It may be cancer.