@Twice should read this one!
I saw this story and thought I'd share with y'all.
@JeannieCO posted this under 'General Bulldog Talk' hoping more would see it there
There is a part of your heart not alive until a bulldog has entered your life.
Nitschke (2004-2011) and Banks (2005-2014) -- My angels
Thank you for all the love, fun and teachings
Could be good to have it in both places too.
Three Hooligans and 1 Angel - Wilson, Sally, Emma & Jack
Awful! I'm glad I make treats for Mack & Ruggles!
Just makes me furious people still buy food products or any product as far as that goes from China, who has NO quality control and really don't care if they are sending poisonous products over here.
Have a Great Bully Day.
Member of The Bulldog Club of America, The Bulldog Club of Texas and French Bulldog Club of America.
Bully hugs from - BeBe, Hazel, Lucy Lu, JLO, Hillary, Henri & Katie
Just last year there was a case in Finland of spoiled dog food batch that killed a young dog. Bento Kronen Nutritional Balance had defected rice protein in it that totally screwed the poor puppys brain.
Last edited by RiiSi; 03-13-2012 at 05:42 PM.
Please be careful everyone. Make sure you do your research on the treats you buy. Or simply give fruits (no grapes!) and veggies or make them at home.
"I am normally not a praying man, but if you really are up there, please save me Superman!'' - Homer J. Simpson
this is the same warning we had posted before..the jerky treats..baaaaad! It's the chicken jerky especially ..but my vet. Said stay away from all Jerky treats. It seems to be China based..but some US companies import and it looks like made in USA!
I don't understand why we allow anything to come here from China. This is the same country that thought it was ok to use lead based paints on children's toys.
For a long time I thought the chicken jerky was a good treat for my girl Roxy. How could it be bad? The ingredients are just chicken! It wasn't until Abby came into our lives that I really started paying attention to ingredients and processing methods. I used to think that store brand dog food and treats were "the cheap stuff", not name brand, top shelf at the grocery store food. Most people think that. I can honestly tell you that, outside of the people I've met here, nobody I know knows what Fromm or Orijen is. I sent that article to the lady I share my office with and we started talking about dog treats and food. She feeds her dog Pedigree and told me "it's the best money can buy". Amazing what a good marketing company can do.
I make their treats now (and Roxy is eating Orijen ) I bought a food dehydrator at Target on sale for I think 40 bucks. I dehydrate fruits, vegetables and meats for not just dog treats but kids treats too. My youngest son LOVES dehydrated pineapple! I also dry my own herbs too now.
One bag of chicken jerky at Costco is 17 bucks. The specialty pet store near my house wanted 19.99 for a bag of sweet potato fries. It has paid for itself already I LOVE that thing! Best money I ever spent!
@Twice I know what you mean! I still want to get a dehydrator myself! How long have I been saying that on this forum? Like 2 years!
I was actually wondering if it could be a link since Kidney failure is related to it. Never know what was given to her before you got her. And this has been going on for months and months now. If you could find out if she has had these in the past, you could very well have a case against the manufacturers.
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