The ASPCA Launches First Interactive Mobile App for Pet Owners
The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) has launched its first interactive mobile application, which is available for free download on iPhone and Android. This groundbreaking new tool helps reunite pet owners with their lost pet. The app includes step-by-step instructions on what to do if a pet goes missing, tailored to each specific circumstance and a pet’s individual personality.
The ASPCA mobile app will also allow pet owners to store vital medical records, and it will provide information on making life-saving decisions during natural disasters. Specific app features include:
- A personalized missing pet recovery kit, including step-by-step instructions on how to search for a lost animal in a variety of circumstances. This kit was developed by ASPCA pet care experts and based on the latest field research.
- The ability to build a lost pet digital flyer that can be shared instantly on social media channels.
- Access critical advice – even if there’s no data connectivity – on ensuring pet’s safety before, during, and after a major storm or disaster.
- Store and manage pet’s health records.
- Timely, relevant updates from the ASPCA about the latest in pet news and animal welfare.
- Built-in ASPCA Twitter and Instagram feeds.
To download the app, visit http://www.bit.ly/ASPCAapp
The ASPCA Pet First Aid Kit Giveaway!
One friend of The Tiniest Tiger will win an ASPCA Pet First Aid Kit. This giveaway is open to residents of the USA due to shipping. Sorry about that. But you can still enter and if you win, you can have the toy shipped to a friend or shelter of your choice.
Enter your information in the contest widget so we know where to ship your prize if you win. Tell us in a comment below if you have a pet first aid kit or how you stay prepared for a first aid emergency.
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The Pet First Aid Kit is sponsored by ASPCA.