dog chew recall

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  1. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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  2. havasu

    havasu In the army now..

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    Wow, a very interesting video!
     

  3. VThillman

    VThillman Active Member

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    Such information is often not readily available. The only way to protect your dog or cat from possible ill effects of consumables is to perform a safety trial for at least a month wherein you (or possibly a captive enemy) does the consuming. This procedure fails when the pet is sensitive to ingredients that you are not - but it's a start.

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  4. DoubleR

    DoubleR Active Member

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    She's a pretty well known vet in the raw feeding/ holistic community. She releases good information regularly on pet health.
    The last time we fed a store bought treat we almost lost of female.
    Rawhide is evil in every way. A good alternative is bully sticks.
     
  5. conservative

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    Yes vet told us not to feed milk bone or rawhide to my miniature poodle cause it could chip into slivers that could damage his insides and cause internal bleeding chomps made from vegetables and chicken as well as frozen healthy(for dogs) foods are an alternative. You can even take dry dog food, put water in it, and then put it in ice cube trays in the freezer. Makes a nice treat as well as a chewable . Also kong brand has chewable safe rubber toys that you can stuff with treats. I find it funny though how a lot of pet owners are so careful and do research about what their pet consumes yet eat carelessly themselves. Lol!