Baby Pet Vet Doctor – can you take care of a pet?

Baby Pet Vet Doctor has been a nice surprise on Google Play lately, quickly climbing the ladder to almost the top. The reason – you are looking at a game that is small-sized and perfect for young children and parents looking for a way to entertain them.

If you download this game you will see that it is a simple one, which is exactly the goal when it comes to little children. In a few words you must take care of a pet – you can choose among four – a dog, a cat, a tiger and another animal that looks like a lioness. Select one and you can bathe it, feed it, take it to the vet and dress it up. Each option gives you the opportunity to give the pet different kinds of food, medicine, clothing and so on. When you are all done share the result online and be happy! The music of the game is also childish – soft, nice, relaxing and perfect for a small child.

An annoying fact is that the app is full of ads but in the end they are not so intrusive.

Interested? Get this free application on Google Play now!

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