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  • Snook
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    Originally posted by tobedetermined View Post

    Peas. It's the fucking peas!
    what's so bad about peas? for dogs.

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  • flylowgethigh
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    Uh oh. I make a delicacy with hamburger, mixed veggies, noodles, cheese and flavoring. My dawg loves it too, and it has peas.

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  • tobedetermined
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    Originally posted by Gry View Post
    US study finds potential dog food link to canine heart disease

    FDA research sheds light on ingredients in dog food that could be associated with canine dilated cardiomyopathy

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...-heart-disease
    Peas. It's the fucking peas!

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  • Gry
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    US study finds potential dog food link to canine heart disease





    FDA research sheds light on ingredients in dog food that could be associated with canine dilated cardiomyopathy


    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...-heart-disease

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  • St. Phatty
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    Yesterday my Mille Fleur rooster managed to impale my finger with one of his 2 inch spikes. and then he took off flying with my finger still impaled.

    Speaking of Pet Danger.

    Not as pretty as this guy, he's just Shiney Black with Red paint.

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    22 hours later, the impaled finger is not seriously infected.
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  • Snook
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    Originally posted by Gry View Post
    Will never use chemical flea repellents again. Baking soda, a flea comb and a vacuum cleaner work just
    fine on the fleas. When I think back on how my cats would act when I cracked open a container of frontline,
    I feel terrible about having used it.
    Gry.. if you take those fleas in the hair from the flea comb and put them in a mix of Dawn dish soap and water, they explode spewing the blood they have sucked out of Spot.
    It's kinda 'payback' to them..

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  • Gry
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    Will never use chemical flea repellents again. Baking soda, a flea comb and a vacuum cleaner work just
    fine on the fleas. When I think back on how my cats would act when I cracked open a container of frontline,
    I feel terrible about having used it.

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  • tobedetermined
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    Thanks for posting. The article is about Bayer’s Seresto collar. I know that I certainly wouldn't use one on my pets after reading that.

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  • Gry
    started a topic Pet danger

    Pet danger

    Popular flea collar linked to almost 1,700 pet deaths. The EPA has issued no warning.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...=pocket-newtab

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