Om Nom? Can my dog eat it? OMG my dog ate it!
By Chris Morrell
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Is it OK to give my dog apples? Yes, but remove the core and seeds. How about grapes? No! Grapes are very bad for a dog’s kidneys. How much chocolate is too much chocolate? It depends on the size of your dog…
Om nom was designed to answer all these questions and more. It’s a handy pocket reference that will help you quickly look up if it’s OK to give your dog that table scrap, or if you should call the vet because Spot just got into the trash and ate some onions (yes—onions are poisonous to dogs!). Om nom also includes a helpful “Chocolate Toxicity Calculator” to determine how much chocolate is too much for your dog.
Om nom’s database contains dozens of foods and other substances that can be harmful to dogs, with an overview of the dangers, a list of the symptoms, and information about treatment. Every dog owner shouldn’t leave the house without this invaluable reference!
What's New in Version 2.0
Updated for iOS 7!
Wish there was an option to request things to be added. If something is not on the list you are sent to a disclaimer that says the list is not comprehensive. I think most people know that... I would be happier if I could ask for things to added so the list can be made better. I spent $1 on it and I've had to search the Internet more than I've been able to use it due to things that are missing.
Very helpful resource
I like how it differentiates foods with either a green check mark, exclamation or a red X indicating if it's a good food or not to share with your dog. Very helpful to read details on their safety relating to my little furry companion.
Love this app. It has a lot of items that are good to know and it's nice to have it all in one quick little app
- Category: Reference
- Updated: Jul 03, 2014
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 0.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Chris Morrell
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.