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DFlynt 06-18-2013 11:05 PM

A heads up for pet owners.
 
A new recall

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-recall/natura-pet-food-recall-june-2013/

dango 06-18-2013 11:44 PM

I will never feed my pets pet food again..! Every wonderful animal I've had the pleasure to share their life with has died of some form of cancer..! :mad:

No more , we eat the same stuff..!

Cat: shrimp and tuna with rice .!

Dog: whatever I eat ..!

NO MORE.......!!! :mad:

Yunus 06-19-2013 12:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dango (Post 1280230)
I will never feed my pets pet food again..! Every wonderful animal I've had the pleasure to share their life with has died of some form of cancer..! :mad:

No more , we eat the same stuff..!

Cat: shrimp and tuna with rice .!

Dog: whatever I eat ..!

NO MORE.......!!! :mad:

You first claim "we eat the same stuff" but in the same post reference 2 different diets? I get the anger but lets look at this realistically.

I feed my dogs IAMS because meat is the first ingredient.

dango 06-19-2013 12:21 AM

So then , the cancer G-nome is just in all animals..?

Two diets , two different animals ..! I find cats picky but will eat shrimp and tuna
, so will I..! :confused:

Yunus 06-19-2013 12:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dango (Post 1280264)
So then , the cancer G-nome is just in all animals..?

Two diets , two different animals ..! I find cats picky but will eat shrimp and tuna
, so will I..! :confused:

Im really just confused as to what your feed your dogs.

I really believe that a diet of tuna is probably very healthy for a dog as they require high protein diets.

HankStone 06-19-2013 01:12 AM

Leave us not forger the contamination of the foods we Humans eat,from pesticides,steroids and just plain filthy processing.

chuckusaret 06-19-2013 01:33 AM

My dog eats what ever I eat, I am not over weight, but she is.:D when we had a cat I use to keep the Bonita that I caught and make smoked Bonita flakes for her, since she has gone the dog now gets them as a nightly treat.

dango 06-19-2013 04:37 AM

Demographics , or geography..! Where do you live .? Where does your food come from...? My food sources are far less contaminated than most.! Home grown , grass and grain fed , you are what you eat ..!

My dog will eat anything I eat ..! My cat , picky , picky.! I make the best choices I can and have better water , better choices all around than most..! We are what we eat..!

winds-of-change 06-19-2013 06:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yunus (Post 1280245)
You first claim "we eat the same stuff" but in the same post reference 2 different diets? I get the anger but lets look at this realistically.

I feed my dogs IAMS because meat is the first ingredient.

That is what I feed my dogs, too, for the very same reason.

It isn't good to feed cats human tuna. Google it. You'll find all kinds of information on feeding tuna to cats.

http://www.petmeds.org/petmeds-spotlight/is-tuna-bad-for-cats/#.UcFUm_mTjfM

DrFootball 06-19-2013 08:02 AM

Dog foods
 
My "Dog-son" Gator gets only Blue Buffalo weight control for large breeds. Since starting it six months ago he has only gained 2 lbs. but has more energy (like he needs more) We alternate the flavors he gets so he's not bored, but he wants our food anyway( some he gets and some he doesn't) he also likes to lick the bottom of my Dannon diabetic light yogurt cups!


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