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BringFido app review: a trusted resource for dog owners 2021



If you simply can’t bare to leave your best friend at home while you and the family enjoy traveling and visiting restaurants and attractions, this dog friendly hotels near me app should prove to be very useful in helping you find pet-friendly venues so that next time, you can bring Fido!

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I was won over by this bringfido app as soon as I started looking at the doggy pictures, but this is actually a very solid development, regardless of how biased I might be by cute dogs.

BringFido app is the world's leading pet travel brand and the #1 trusted resource for dog owners looking for the lowdown on hotels that allow dogs, pet friendly stores, attractions, and restaurants that welcome pets. Check out our BringFido app review for more details. 



Find Pet-Friendly Venues Within Your Local Area

The first thing you’ll see when you first start up BringFido, besides an adorable doggy of course, is the main search menu. From here, you can find the following:

  • Pet Friendly Hotels;
  • Outdoor Restaurants;
  • Parks & Beaches;                            
  • Dog Events; and
  • Other Resources.
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All you need to do is type in your location and then tap on one of the corresponding categories and you’ll immediately be presented with hundreds of results, depending on the coverage within your local area and depending on how pet-friendly your town is.

The Other Resources section is also very handy for finding things such as pet food stores, veterinarian practices, and more, so there is plenty in here for your buddy as well as your family. With this app I can find dog friendly hotels near me and book it, more easily than ever, at the lowest prices available.

Find nearby attractions, upcoming dog events, and local resources such as dog walkers, groomers, sitters, veterinarians, and pet friendly stores. A really useful app for pet owners.

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It's a Dog's Life

My absolute favorite section of this app is the Photos section. In here you’ll find a ton of what appear to be user-submitted photos of dogs doing what they do best: frolicking and generally being their usual wonderful selves.

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You can submit your own photos by tapping the plus icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen, and you can also add information such as location data, a description, and more.

What’s more, if you find a photo you really like, you’ll be pleased to know that you can share it with your friends and family online via Facebook and Twitter. Whoever said that the Internet was for cats was sorely mistaken!

The latest update improved the overall function of this app with a new user interface. It also fixed bugs and made this app so user friendly that even a dog could use it.




Pros and Cons


  • A trusted resource for dog owners looking for the lowdown on the best places that welcome pets
  • Find pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, parks, and many other kinds of attractions in your local area
  • Find pet resources such as pet food stores and veterinarians in your local area
  • Submit your own pet-friendly venues                          
  • Browse dozens of awesome doggy photos
  • Submit your own photos
  • Share your favorite photos with others online via Facebook and Twitter


  • One user has left a comment on the iTunes description page stating that the app doesn’t work for them; however, this does seem to be an isolated incident

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Final Words

BringFido is probably the most enjoyable app that I’m going to review all day, and is a must-have for any dog owner who wants to take their buddy out more frequently but isn’t sure which venues are suitable.


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Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.