Lost & Found: Apps to help you find your lost pets

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PawBoost - Lost and Found Pets

Rating: 3.4/5

Price: Free

Description: Help reunite more lost pets with their families! With the PawBoost app you can view, share and report lost & found pets. You can also choose to get notified when a local pet is lost or found near you and contact the owner or finder with helpful information.

Tractive GPS for Dogs and Cats

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: Free

Description: Connect your pet’s caretaker network around a central information source. Pawprint is the one place of medical records, feeding instructions, reminders, and even cute photos. Make sure all your pets favorite humans are in the loop.

Dog ID - Dog Breed Identifier

Rating: 3.8/5

Price: Free

Description: Identify a dog’s breed using your camera. Using advanced computer vision techniques, Dog ID can identify a dog’s breed in seconds by analyzing its photo. All types of dogs are supported-mutts and purebreds, and everything in between.

Pawprint - Pet Health Tracker

Rating: 4.7/5

Price: Free

Description: Connect your pet’s caretaker network around a central information source. Pawprint is the one place of medical records, feeding instructions, reminders, and even cute photos. Make sure all your pets favorite humans are in the loop.

Puppr-Dog Training & Tricks

Rating: 4.8/5

Price: Free with in-app purchases ($1.99 to $11.99); Subscribe for $9.99/month or $95.99/year

Description: Teach your dog new tricks with the Puppr dog training app! Puppr includes step-by-step photo instructions and a built-in clicker to help teach your dog tricks from basic obedience like, "sit" and "stay" to advanced tricks like "fetch leash" and "skateboard."

Dog Translator Ultimate

Rating: 4.1/5

Price: Free

Description: Did you ever want to say something to your dog? This app will allow you to translate your exact human words to dog language. Simply use your voice recognition or type your message using the keyboard. The app will convert your text input to "woofs" so your dog will understand exactly what you're saying.

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