New App Helps You Identify Potential Pet Poisons
By Chris@MomathonBlog on May 16, 2012
Is your new puppy eating almost EVERY thing it sees? Dogs and cats are naturally curious. Puppies (and grown-up dogs) eat things that look harmless, but are toxic. The Pet Poison Helpline, a 24/7 animal poison control center based in Minneapolis, MN, answers over 100,000 calls a year regarding pet poisonings.
That's why the Pet Poison Help app was created for the iPhone. The app assists pet owners (and veterinarians) in quickly identifying potential poisons, recognizing symptoms of a potential poisoning, and to allow one-touch direct dialing access to the veterinary professionals at Pet Poison Helpline.
For more information on this app, continue reading on my blog.
(Dog photo above by MythicSeabass photography.)
~ Chris Olson
Writer and illustrator
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