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Coming from an emergency veterinary hospital, I see cases like this year after year. One of the most common cases are due to dogs that develop acute pancreatitis due to owners supplementing their dog's dinner with a little gravy or other Thanksgiving deliciousness.
In some cases, plain unseasoned turkey is alright to supplement with your dog's diet, but deep fried turkey is highly not recommended. Find out what is alright for your dog and what is not. Read More Here on what is alright and what is not alright to feed your pets. Any type of cooked bone is not recommended because they're really easy to splinter and can cause an obstruction somewhere within the digestive system. There are many things that can be part of seasonings like onion or garlic that are not good for your dog. Educate yourself and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
Has your dog exhibited unpleasant health effects -- such as, oh, death -- after eating jerky treats imported from China? If so, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration would really “like to hear from you or your veterinarian.”
That, in essence, is the white flag of surrender the FDA raised on its homepage this week, effectively conceding its inability to figure out what, precisely, in imported jerky treats has sickened 3,600 dogs and 10 cats since 2007. According to the agency, approximately 580 of those cats and dogs have died from causes that include kidney failure and gastrointestinal bleeding.
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Safety tip of the day: strap your pups in! If you have dogs wandering about your car, your putting you and your dog in danger. Like humans, dogs too can be flung into the wind shield in an accident. Long story short, keep your dogs strapped into a doggy seat belt and we all stay happy :-)
If grocery prices are significantly higher for salmon or tuna or lamb than chicken…why do salmon or tuna or lamb pet foods cost the same as chicken pet foods?