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    Default FDA Dog Food brand warning list - Canine Heart Disease

    So what does everyone think of this? It's pretty much all the "high quality" dog food brands everyone here recommends.

    https://www.insiderenvy.com/fda-name...43644646520457

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    Default Re: FDA Dog Food brand warning list - Canine Heart Disease

    Quote Originally Posted by afo1201 View Post
    So what does everyone think of this? It's pretty much all the "high quality" dog food brands everyone here recommends.

    https://www.insiderenvy.com/fda-name...43644646520457
    Have you noticed there’s NO mentioned of Purina, Science Hill that’s dogs are dropping like flies cause of overdose of Vit D and has continuous extended warnings for the public or Royal Canin on the list? Now you know who is stirring this crap out there. That warning list should say, “The best kibble list”

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    I call it really bad science and a scam.

    https://medium.com/@danielschulof_18...e-5cdafae7be77

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    Default Re: FDA Dog Food brand warning list - Canine Heart Disease

    Quote Originally Posted by afo1201 View Post
    So what does everyone think of this? It's pretty much all the "high quality" dog food brands everyone here recommends.

    https://www.insiderenvy.com/fda-name...43644646520457

    I just had a conversation w/my vet regarding this... she said that based on the information she has received she is NOT telling her patients to switch up their food. My Walter for an example HAS a legitimate grain allergy, so for him I have to look for "grain-free". She also mentioned that many of the labs in the country are working around the clock to test these theories... basically the food is NOT causing the issue, but setting up a gateway for issues on down the road. I find it extremely interesting that many of the brands listed in the HUGE vitamin D recall were mentioned as well (per @helsonwheels comment) I smell a rat here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    I call it really bad science and a scam.

    https://medium.com/@danielschulof_18...e-5cdafae7be77
    Proof in the pudding for #4 in the article!

    4) The three veterinarians at the heart of the DCM investigation — Dr. Lisa Freeman, Dr. Josh Stern, and Dr. Darcy Adin — all have financial ties to one or more of Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Mars Petcare, and Nestle-Purina Pet Care. Because these companies focus heavily on grain-containing pet foods, they stand to gain phenomenally if the market for “BEG diets” drops out. And the three vets who both instigated the FDA’s investigation and wrote the primary academic articles about DCM all have financial ties to one or more of them. What a coincidence!

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