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My dog eats weird, unexpected things frequently. I can do my best to dog proof my house but he finds a way sometimes. Other times he finds something outside during our walks and with speed of light reflexes, I’m too late as he tries to evade me so he can eat his disgusting find. This app has saved me from spending hours anxiously googling various things my dog eats and the dread of going to the emergency vet all for them to say he’s fine as they take $200 just to look at him. The best part is when the app doesn’t have the weird thing your dog ate, you just email them and they respond back ASAP and put it in the app. Highly recommend for pet parents with determined and mischievous pets. The only thing that would make the app even better is if the app had a weight/toxin calculator to help you determine if it’s a wait and see situation or a better run to the emergency vet.
I think most good pet owners are aware of the top good and bad items to give their animals, but this is a really quick and easy way to know if some of the lesser known items are okay to give them. I own three Brittany’s and I love giving them snacks of various fruits. Now I don’t have to go searching all over the web to find the answer. I agree with the other review that at $3.99 it seems a bit steep, but when I look at the cost of giving something harmful to my dog and the associated vet bill, it’s certainly a LOT less expensive. Not to mention being potentially lethal.
This information is very useful in my opinion. I have a bit of common sense about what to and not to give my dog but this is just good to have. She begs A LOT and I am weak when it comes to my Grace. At least with this I can know when its okay to be weak and when I should stay firm. The downside: I do think $3.99 is a bit much for the app. The format could be better. In the information for chocolate... some of the words disappear off the screen and there is no way to scroll. I also think that there could be a bit more information for some of the options. Also, I think it’d be great to see some additional animals in the future.
I am recommending this app to all of my clients and pet owning friends and am advising them to pass it on. I will be using it myself. I hope you make a zillion dollars off this app. You deserve it for all your hard work on this. Janet L. Dunn, D.V.M.
Very nice app. It’s easy to use and provides very useful information from a very trusted source. I’ve already used it numerous times and it’s quite handy to have at my fingertips. Thanks, Dr. D!!
The application is designed for pet owners to have a database of drug and
food safety information. The database is designed for preventative use. Thus, pet owners can easily access information on a common medication or food before giving it to their pets.
The application is simple to use and generates whether a medication or food is appropriate to give to a dog or cat. The application gives the symptoms of inappropriate choices as well as the average veterinary bill incurred when an owner accidently gives their dog or cat a dangerous drug or food item.
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