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The FDA Refuses to Enforce Pet Food Ingredient Laws

The FDA Refuses to Enforce Pet Food Ingredient Laws
We think our pets are safe eating commercial food, but the big giants get away with murder.  Not only do these manufacturers put in toxic ingredients, they also use non-slaughtered protein sources.  That means that protein sources are collected from animal shelters, vets, and rendering plants (euthanized animals).  What about…

Pet Food – What’s the FDA up to?

Pet Food – What’s the FDA up to?
Lately there has been a buzz in the air with regard to the lack of safety of pet food product.  The term "dog food products" refers to dog food and dog treats as well.  Most of the Jerky treats that are have been causing illness and deaths came from China. …

Getting Away with Putting our Dogs at Risk

Getting Away with Putting our Dogs at Risk
Image credit Nikki Mael The following article,  It's so Bad, All We Can do Now is Warn was originally published by Susan Thixton on February 22, 2016 on her website Truth About Pet Food.  I strongly recommend signing up for her newsletter.  She has an abundance of important information that pet owners.  Susan is…

Update on Dr. Robb – The Hero

Update on Dr. Robb – The Hero
New legislation is being debated to permit vets to vaccinate according to protocols determined by science as opposed to what manufacturers decide to put onto labels. I recently wrote an article, This Vet is in Trouble for being Ethical when Dr. John Robb of Bridgeport, placed on probation by the…

Pentobarbital Dog Food Contamination

Pentobarbital Dog Food Contamination
Image credit Nikki Mael Certain Evanger's  products - Hunk of Beef and Against the Grain products were found to be contaminated with pentobarbital.  The picture above shows a pug named Talula.  Her owner Nikki Mael took the pic of her beloved dog who died from eating Evanger's contaminated food.  Her three other…

Prescription Diets – Another Veterinary Myth?

Prescription Diets – Another Veterinary Myth?
So you think that conventional vets are caring for our pets when they prescribe these so-called "prescription diets."  The efficacy of such diets is questionable to say the least.  Conventional vets who sell this stuff are making high commissions as our dogs become sicker.  Whenever I see those prescription diets on…