Our Solution

Petrics Health & Nutrition Application

We give you the access you need to make the most informed decisions for your pets’ individual health needs.

There are currently over 105 million overweight or obese cats and dogs in the US.

With thousands of foods and treats available, it's harder than ever to distinguish ideal products for your pet’s unique needs. Additionally, you may not know proper food portions for your pet, how to identify harmful ingredients, or how to ensure proper calorie intake based on activity levels, age, breed, lifestyle or even pre-existing medical conditions.

In order to combat this need for transparency and better food options, Petrics has developed the ultimate app to help you search and filter through thousands of foods, even at the ingredient level. Food allergies? Pet doesn't like a flavor? No problem, filter by ingredients, flavors, diet types and more.

Why is the Petrics Health & Nutrition Application setting the new standard for pet health awareness?
  • The first Pet Feeding App to break down over 15,000 foods and 17,000 ingredients.
  • Petrics data and methodology was created with pet nutritionists and veterinarians to assess proper categorization of ingredients and how to match the options for your pets.
  • Get access to FDA pet food recall lists so you can quickly react.
  • Set critical reminders, including: vet appointments, when to administer or reorder pet medications, application dates for flea and tick prevention, and so much more.

Even share this info with your pet sitters and other family members by inviting them to your family in the app. Now they can quickly get the information they need to care for your loved one properly while you're away.

Be On the Lookout


In mid to late 2018, we will launch the first Smart Pet Bed to track your pet’s weight and activity, so we can better keep your pet in the recommended weight range for his or her breed, size, and age. The bed, which features climate control for your pet’s comfort, also connects to our Activity Tracker, identifying if the bed is occupied by the intended animal.