5 Amazing Dog Training Apps For Your Smartphone

Article By Frank Hamilton

Training Apps For Your Phone  

Getting a puppy or an older dog is a great responsibility, especially when it comes to training them.

Most people quickly give up on their training process because they are not well equipped with the right information.

Luckily, you can now easily find amazing dog training apps on your Android or iOS smartphone, most of them are free while a few require purchase.

These training apps listed below can help you improve the behaviour of our dog buddies.




The app is particularly great for amateur and new pet owners because it provides them with a lot of useful tips.

It is also easy to use and comes loaded with all your pet training needs. Dogo is a light app; therefore, it loads fast and is easy to navigate thanks to its attractive and responsive interface. 

This app was designed to help dog owners have an easy yet resourceful training routine with their dogs. It comes with over 70 tricks, each of which has step-by-step commands.

Another neat feature of this app is that it allows you to include numerous dogs to the training agenda, which is excellent for people with more than one dog. And like every app on this list, it uses the dog clicker (click sound) for training.

Dogo is compatible with iOS and is available on the iTunes App Store.

The app comes with a free version and a premium version that has more features, such as professional dog training progress review, comments, suggestions, and more.

The premium Dogo costs $15.99 per month, $7.99 per month for a year, $95.99 per year, and $169 for Lifetime.



Fetch Training

This application provides you with two options for your dog training.

The first is to enable you to fix your dog's behavioural issues, such as aggression, destructive chewing, and excessive barking, while the other option is to teach your dog tricks, such as how to lie down, sit, shake, stay, dance, rollover, etc.

This app is also easy to navigate; it features 27 articles grouped into three categories: Behaviour, Training, and Tricks. Each category contains nine articles, the first two articles are free, and the last seven articles can be purchased for $0.99. 

The feature of each article comes with an audiobook. The audiobook's component is helpful for those who don't want to read the text.

Fetch training is available for download on the Google Play Store and is compatible with Android Smartphones.



Pro Plan P5 Dog Training App

Pet food company Purina creates the Pro Plan P5 Dog Training App. It serves as an activity tracker and a training app.

The app is divided into three main screens.

One is the activity tracker that lets you log your dog's activity, either manually or by connecting to your phone's GPS.

 The second screen is the training screen where you can track your dog's achievements during training.

It consists of categories such as obedience, agility, and flying disc, and so on. This screen provides you with comprehensive instructions, using photos and videos that show how to train your dog to do tricks. 

The third screen is the complete Achievement screen. It allows you to record and track your dog's achievement. This screen should be accessed after your dog has been trained to do tricks. 

Other features on this app include tips, advice, and information about Purina Pro Plan.

There is also a social networking feature where you can share your dog's progress with others.

The app is compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones. It is available for free download on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.



Training Dog Clicker Trinket

Training Dog Clicker Trinket is another good dog training app.

This app was designed with dog training strategies that focus on commands such as "sit," "lie," "to me," and others.

It contains a set of keyrings with recorded sounds that your dog can easily recognize, so you don't have to keep repeating commands over and over again. 

The app makes use of experience and pet facts to open new strategies and attain the best training results.

Training Dog Clicker Trinket is available for free download on Google Play Store for Android Smartphones.



Hollywood Dog Training & Tricks

This app is excellent for teaching your dog advanced tricks. It helps you teach your dog movie-worthy tricks such as "put your head down," "cover your nose," "take a bow," "back up," "walk slowly" and so much more.

This app is also great for those who want their dogs to go into showbiz or just want their dogs' to learn cool tricks.

It is a simple app that has each trick explained in a short video tutorial that features a trainer who uses clicker training.

 Hollywood Dog Training & Tricks is compatible with iOS devices and is available for download from your iTunes store.

It comes with a total of 12 videos, but only "Put your head down," "Dog tricks," and "Cover your nose," are free, while the remaining nine go for $0.99 each or $9.99 for the full package.

It is important to note that most of these apps are only available for download in the English language; however, if you need the text translated into other languages, you will need to get a quality translation service such as The Word Point.



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Trained dogs get more fulfilment and have a stronger bond with their owners.

So, whether it tricks such as sit, fetch, roll over, or fixing your dog's behavioural issues, these dog training apps listed above will provide you with great resources that you can use in addition to your local training classes. 

However, merely downloading any of these apps doesn't mean your dog will automatically become well behaved and learn tricks overnight.

It is a long and tedious process that requires a fair amount of patience.



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Frank Hamilton is a blogger and translator from Manchester.

He is a professional writing expert in such topics as blogging, digital marketing and self-education.

He also loves travelling and speaks Spanish, French, German and English.



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