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Dog Owners: Purina Beneful Varieties May be Lethal! It's Happening Again!

 
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This is why I let my dogs kill their own food once a week I throw a couple of live piglets in their pen. I think its good for them to feel their wild instincts.
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Hunting for themselves would be "feeling their wild instincts". What you claim to do is nothing more than a sacrifice for your own enjoyment. What a moron.
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Yeah, that stuff made me sick whenever I ate it.

Okay, enough with the jokes. If the stuff is made with corn, you can be sure it is GMO corn.

That stuff is dangerous. Look at the tumors that occur starting in 120 days.


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I buy for my Maltese organic "Halo" by Ellen DeGeneres. The only dogs food which doesn't contain by-products only whole organic chicken, beef, lamb or salmon. I also cook for her organic beef and chicken and add little bit to it. Sometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

[link to www.halopets.com]

Please, be aware that almonds, onions, chocolate and grapes are the most toxic for your dog. There is more toxic food and you can check it on the internet.

This is very good website:

[link to www.veterinarypartner.com]


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I buy for my Maltese organic "Halo" by Ellen DeGeneres. The only dogs food which doesn't contain by-products only whole organic chicken, beef, lamb or salmon. I also cook for her organic beef and chicken and add little bit to it. Sometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

[link to www.halopets.com]

Please, be aware that almonds, onions, chocolate and grapes are the most toxic for your dog. There is more toxic food and you can check it on the internet.

This is very good website:

[link to www.veterinarypartner.com]


MOLLITA
 Quoting: Kinga


Good info, thanks! BTW, I didn't know that grapes were toxic to dogs, we used to find it funny to put a grape on the floor and watch our dog try to get it (he never could, thankfully), then I read that grapes and raisins were bad for dogs. I already knew about chocolate, but not almonds or onions.
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ISometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

:MOLLITA:
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I hope you don't mean "Greenies". They have caused intestinal obstructions leading to death. You can find this on the ineternet.
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If the wheat soy corn is shipped from China into Texas then more than one brand is affected. Canadain products were the only ones to get our animals health back in order last time kidneys started failing in pets under 6 lbs. Imagine, we consume it too, don't kid yourself.. Rat poison around the silos in China, drained into the soil.
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I buy for my Maltese organic "Halo" by Ellen DeGeneres. The only dogs food which doesn't contain by-products only whole organic chicken, beef, lamb or salmon. I also cook for her organic beef and chicken and add little bit to it. Sometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

[link to www.halopets.com]

Please, be aware that almonds, onions, chocolate and grapes are the most toxic for your dog. There is more toxic food and you can check it on the internet.

This is very good website:

[link to www.veterinarypartner.com]


:MOLLITA:
 Quoting: Kinga


Good info, thanks! BTW, I didn't know that grapes were toxic to dogs, we used to find it funny to put a grape on the floor and watch our dog try to get it (he never could, thankfully), then I read that grapes and raisins were bad for dogs. I already knew about chocolate, but not almonds or onions.
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It is not just for Dogs. Cats too! Don't leave us out of the China rat poison. One for all.
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ISometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

MOLLITA
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I hope you don't mean "Greenies". They have caused intestinal obstructions leading to death. You can find this on the ineternet.
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OMG! I didn't know that. No more "Greenes" for her. Thank you for letting me know.

She is 3 years old. Two years ago she almost died because after vaccinations she got Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia. Her Hematocrit went down to just 8 and she was in Emergency Hospital at Critical Care Unit for 7 days. She had 2 blood transfusions and was for 2 months on steroids. The bill in total came to over 5,000 dollars and they said that there was no guarantee that she will survive. Luckily she did and so far she had no relapse. It was like going thru hell for her and me. She was a Christmas gift from my husband because after my first Maltese died I was grieving and crying a lot. And then this tragedy strikes... Her specialist said no more vaccination for her. Few weeks ago she had teeth cleaning under anesthesia and everything was fine.
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I buy for my Maltese organic "Halo" by Ellen DeGeneres. The only dogs food which doesn't contain by-products only whole organic chicken, beef, lamb or salmon. I also cook for her organic beef and chicken and add little bit to it. Sometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

[link to www.halopets.com]

Please, be aware that almonds, onions, chocolate and grapes are the most toxic for your dog. There is more toxic food and you can check it on the internet.

This is very good website:

[link to www.veterinarypartner.com]


MOLLITA
 Quoting: Kinga


Good info, thanks! BTW, I didn't know that grapes were toxic to dogs, we used to find it funny to put a grape on the floor and watch our dog try to get it (he never could, thankfully), then I read that grapes and raisins were bad for dogs. I already knew about chocolate, but not almonds or onions.
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It is not just for Dogs. Cats too! Don't leave us out of the China rat poison. One for all.
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Ups, sorry!

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I buy for my Maltese organic "Halo" by Ellen DeGeneres. The only dogs food which doesn't contain by-products only whole organic chicken, beef, lamb or salmon. I also cook for her organic beef and chicken and add little bit to it. Sometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

[link to www.halopets.com]

Please, be aware that almonds, onions, chocolate and grapes are the most toxic for your dog. There is more toxic food and you can check it on the internet.

This is very good website:

[link to www.veterinarypartner.com]


:MOLLITA:
 Quoting: Kinga


Good info, thanks! BTW, I didn't know that grapes were toxic to dogs, we used to find it funny to put a grape on the floor and watch our dog try to get it (he never could, thankfully), then I read that grapes and raisins were bad for dogs. I already knew about chocolate, but not almonds or onions.
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It is not just for Dogs. Cats too! Don't leave us out of the China rat poison. One for all.
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Ups, sorry!

:PINKH:
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[link to www.dogfoodadvisor.com]
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Think Your Dog’s Food Is 100% China Free? Don’t Count On It
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These days, I keep reading around the Internet about how this or that dog food is completely free of Chinese ingredients.

[Made in China Barcode] And frankly, I’m puzzled.

After all, there are so many basic pet food ingredients that today are no longer even made here in North America.

Take vitamin C, for example. In just a little over a decade, Chinese manufacturers have cornered over 90% of the U.S. market for this common vitamin.1

And it’s not just the vitamin C market that’s been affected. It’s the entire nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industries, too.

According to a recent post in the Seattle Times, China now makes…

70 percent of the world’s penicillin
50 percent of the earth’s aspirin
35 percent of its acetaminophen (generic Tylenol)
The bulk of the world’s vitamins A, B12, C and E

The Problem with Chinese Ingredients

Today, it’s nearly impossible to find a U.S. manufacturer for some essential vitamin and mineral supplements. So, even if a pet food company insists on using 100% domestic ingredients, that noble goal can be elusive.

Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying Chinese ingredients are automatically inferior to our own.

But let’s face it, in spite of continued promises for reform by the Chinese government, the country’s ongoing saga of food safety scandals persists unabated.

Yet consumers still believe there’s some kind of law protecting them from pet foods containing foreign-made components?

The Shocking Truth About
Country of Origin Labeling Laws

Here in the U.S., current country of origin labeling laws are either weak or non-existent. They offer little protection to consumers… especially when it comes to the source of a dog food’s ingredients.

For a product to be labeled “Made in the USA” (or for that matter, any other country), regulations require only that the product be “all or virtually all” made in that country.

Nowhere do labeling rules mandate the identification of sources of the individual components that were used to make a product.

So, even though a company reports they manufacture a dog food completely in a U.S. or Canadian facility, there’s no way to assure a consumer the ingredients weren’t sourced from a foreign producer.

Why China-Free Today Can’t Guarantee
It’ll Be China-Free Tomorrow
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Best dry dog food you can get is Orijen and Arcana.
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I buy for my Maltese organic "Halo" by Ellen DeGeneres. The only dogs food which doesn't contain by-products only whole organic chicken, beef, lamb or salmon. I also cook for her organic beef and chicken and add little bit to it. Sometimes I'm cooking rice and carrots and boil or fry egg in water. In the evening she gets one "Greene" and organic apple. On one occasion I gave her non-organic apple and she vomited it. No chicken jerky for her!

[link to www.halopets.com]

Please, be aware that almonds, onions, chocolate and grapes are the most toxic for your dog. There is more toxic food and you can check it on the internet.

This is very good website:

[link to www.veterinarypartner.com]


MOLLITA
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Thanks for the info, but there are other dog foods that do not contain "by-products" other than "Halo". Blue Buffalo on the East coast is very good, and there are others as well. Believe me I've been checking most of the day since our dogs eat Beneful. My spouse went today to Petsmart to get a bag of Blue Buffalo. The rep happened to be in the store and talked about the organic and beneficial ingredients. My dogs scoffed it up. [link to www.bluebuffalo.com]
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Does anybody know how to 'undo' the toxicity that my dogs have ingested when they were eating Beneful?

I'd like to naturally heal my boxer/pit mix before she gets any worse. Other than tossing out the bag of Beneful today and switching over to Blue Buffalo, any home remedies out there to get her body organs healed of any poison damage?

Kidney's especially.

Thanks in advance.
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Does anybody know how to 'undo' the toxicity that my dogs have ingested when they were eating Beneful?

I'd like to naturally heal my boxer/pit mix before she gets any worse. Other than tossing out the bag of Beneful today and switching over to Blue Buffalo, any home remedies out there to get her body organs healed of any poison damage?

Kidney's especially.

Thanks in advance.
 Quoting: sleepypoochy


I just Google's "detox for dogs" and many products showed up.

Here's a shortcut:

[link to www.google.com]
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Dear god, thank you to the OP.. I have 3 dogs and I have fed them Beneful all their lives. One 10yrs.,7yrs and 9 months. Both the older dogs have terrible skin problems and itching all the time. I cried reading these peoples stories and felt horrible for what I have been putting my dogs through. I am changing their food immediately and I can only pray I am not too late. I feel sick inside thinking I've been tormenting my poor animals all this time..
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This is why I let my dogs kill their own food once a week I throw a couple of live piglets in their pen. I think its good for them to feel their wild instincts.
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My dog likes to kill rabbits, they're her specialty. The squirrels really fire her up but she can't catch them or the chipmunks. I don't encourage her to kill stuff but she does. I like to give her raw chicken breasts and she gets a couple good cuts of steak every year for her birthday. Otherwise I feed her Nutro High Endurance kibble and Eukanuba wet. She's 4 years old and strong as a horse and won't hesitate to bite the shit outta someone. Beneful is like feeding your dog McDonalds for every meal. Sure it's cheap but it will shorten your pets life or even kill them quickly. If you're broke feed cooked rice and beans. The dog will be fine. I read an article the other day that dogs have evolved along with humans to digest starches. Go figure. Best wishes to all who truly care about their pets!
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i cant believe the amount of people saying:oh try this other brand of packaged dogfood its way better!

are you all lazy?
My dog weighs 40 kgs

His meals per day are:

3/4 cup of cooked vegies(pumpkin carrot sweetpotatoes broccoli stalks peas etc)
3/4 of a cup cooked brown rice(sometimes debated as its a grain)
1 cup raw pet mince or 1 cup of sardines and an egg
1/2 cup chopped raw greens(spinach, brussel sprouts or broccoli tops)
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 ts tumeric
1/2 ts powdered cloves.

and at least one raw meaty bone a day(no chicken frames unless i can get them from and organic farmer)

its way better for your dog-its NOT expensive, takes just a little time and love.
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Wow — Well that's one method. Bunch of healthy looking Hounds though.
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Does anybody know how to 'undo' the toxicity that my dogs have ingested when they were eating Beneful?

I'd like to naturally heal my boxer/pit mix before she gets any worse. Other than tossing out the bag of Beneful today and switching over to Blue Buffalo, any home remedies out there to get her body organs healed of any poison damage?

Kidney's especially.

Thanks in advance.
 Quoting: sleepypoochy


I just Google's "detox for dogs" and many products showed up.

Here's a shortcut:

[link to www.google.com]
 Quoting: simultaneous_final


Thanks.
I just bought "Petalive Detoxplus Natural Formula" from Amazon and paid extra to have it arrive on Tues.
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when I was an animal control officer, I saw alot of cancer in the dogs...

my opinion was that additives that couldn't be put into human foods were being put into the dog's food...

food coloring
preservatives

carcenogines....

my two neighbor's dog died within a year of each other...6 and 10 years old, riddled with cancerour growths both inside and out...

He fed beniful

I am seeing this with several other dogs of friends

WE feed food from trader joe's...afordable and no additives...that and Amway dog food is screamin good

dogs and cats weren't meant to eat wheat and corn...

WE are killing our animals.

by buying into the advertisements...

Dogs and cats weren't meant to eat everyday either...

does a lion?

does a coyote?

do your pets a favor and let thier systems rest, let them fast one day a week...they will look better and act better too.
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Does anybody know how to 'undo' the toxicity that my dogs have ingested when they were eating Beneful?

I'd like to naturally heal my boxer/pit mix before she gets any worse. Other than tossing out the bag of Beneful today and switching over to Blue Buffalo, any home remedies out there to get her body organs healed of any poison damage?

Kidney's especially.

Thanks in advance.
 Quoting: sleepypoochy


go to the health food store and buy a small bottle of 'golden rod' glycerine tincture.

one drop in the water bowl per refill.

serve bottled water

fast your dog once a week...rest the organs

offer carrots regularly and apple cores
most dogs will eat these readily

when ever you are chopping vegis offer your dog a bite,
get a list of favorite raw vegi's your dog prefers.

Golden rod is non-toxic to animals...good for people too.

herb pharm is a good product.

dandilion tea...if your dog only has one source of water and you make a realy weak tea from one bag, your dog WILL drink it...

golden rod first, then introduce dandilion....

the dog may need to go piddle more often for the first couple of days as detox takes place. will not cause diareah.
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i cant believe the amount of people saying:oh try this other brand of packaged dogfood its way better!

are you all lazy?
My dog weighs 40 kgs

His meals per day are:

3/4 cup of cooked vegies(pumpkin carrot sweetpotatoes broccoli stalks peas etc)
3/4 of a cup cooked brown rice(sometimes debated as its a grain)
1 cup raw pet mince or 1 cup of sardines and an egg
1/2 cup chopped raw greens(spinach, brussel sprouts or broccoli tops)
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 ts tumeric
1/2 ts powdered cloves.

and at least one raw meaty bone a day(no chicken frames unless i can get them from and organic farmer)

its way better for your dog-its NOT expensive, takes just a little time and love.
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I'm not lazy. I just don't have the $ to feed 2 dogs this organic concoction. Maybe TPTB aren't polluting your food and water like they are here in the US. We live in the city, not near any farms, and I work anywhere from 8-12 hours a day.

But thank you for your recipe.
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when I was an animal control officer, I saw alot of cancer in the dogs...

my opinion was that additives that couldn't be put into human foods were being put into the dog's food...

food coloring
preservatives

carcenogines....

my two neighbor's dog died within a year of each other...6 and 10 years old, riddled with cancerour growths both inside and out...

He fed beniful

I am seeing this with several other dogs of friends

WE feed food from trader joe's...afordable and no additives...that and Amway dog food is screamin good

dogs and cats weren't meant to eat wheat and corn...

WE are killing our animals.

by buying into the advertisements...

Dogs and cats weren't meant to eat everyday either...

does a lion?

does a coyote?

do your pets a favor and let thier systems rest, let them fast one day a week...they will look better and act better too.
 Quoting: c saw 13641814


all good points.
I cant say how many true doggy people ive met that will not vaccinate their dogs either(increase in cancers being the main reason).
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The more I hear about Beneful, the more I realize it is POISON.

Honestly, PETA and ALF should break into stores and razorblade every sack of this shit on the shelves.
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i cant believe the amount of people saying:oh try this other brand of packaged dogfood its way better!

are you all lazy?
My dog weighs 40 kgs

His meals per day are:

3/4 cup of cooked vegies(pumpkin carrot sweetpotatoes broccoli stalks peas etc)
3/4 of a cup cooked brown rice(sometimes debated as its a grain)
1 cup raw pet mince or 1 cup of sardines and an egg
1/2 cup chopped raw greens(spinach, brussel sprouts or broccoli tops)
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 ts tumeric
1/2 ts powdered cloves.

and at least one raw meaty bone a day(no chicken frames unless i can get them from and organic farmer)

its way better for your dog-its NOT expensive, takes just a little time and love.
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I'm not lazy. I just don't have the $ to feed 2 dogs this organic concoction. Maybe TPTB aren't polluting your food and water like they are here in the US. We live in the city, not near any farms, and I work anywhere from 8-12 hours a day.

But thank you for your recipe.
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Its not expensive-its less expensive than that crap you just ordered online!-youve no idea where there products come from either!grow your own veg-the petmince i get is from a butcher that deals in organic grass fed animals-its the offcuts minced up-rice is inexpensive-I do believe youre lazy and making excuses.
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Beneful original, my pit and chiuahua eat this food they love it and they have yet to drop dead. Funny we have only been feeding them this since about 3 months ago
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Does anybody know how to 'undo' the toxicity that my dogs have ingested when they were eating Beneful?

I'd like to naturally heal my boxer/pit mix before she gets any worse. Other than tossing out the bag of Beneful today and switching over to Blue Buffalo, any home remedies out there to get her body organs healed of any poison damage?

Kidney's especially.

Thanks in advance.
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I just Google's "detox for dogs" and many products showed up.

Here's a shortcut:

[link to www.google.com]
 Quoting: simultaneous_final


Pesto.