Attention dog and cat owners. Have you ever thought about where companies get some of those generic meat items you find on a pet food label? Well, check out this short article and look what authorities just found in Hot Pockets made for sale to humans. Lesson: Never buy any dog food made from poorly identified meat ingredients. Otherwise, you could be getting meat made from dead, diseased or dying cattle, dead-on-arrival chicken, rejected lamb, road kill or even meat from euthanized companion animals. Always, be sure you see words that clearly identify the source of the meat you're getting. http://newsfeed.time.com/2014/02/18/hot-pockets-recalled-for-diseased-animal-meat/
Jim Marro - Welcome to the world where people can make their own decisions. You're probably one of those people that believe that since the FDA says is okay for you to eat, you'll eat it. Well, I don't want the FDA to be my mommy and I could give two cents what vets say. For example, neutering has no health repercussions? Removing an organ critical to hormone production will cause adverse health effects and I don't need me no college edu-macation to know that.
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