Don't Feed These Treats

August 27th, 2012 at 6:07 am EST

A cheery Monday to you and your pets!

I hope your weekend went well...

One of the REALLY Big questions I am getting
about my Supplement- and about supplements in
general is:


That depends upon EXACTLY what is in the supplement.

Some do and some DON'T.

BUT there are SPECIFIC supplement ingredients that have
scientific studies to BACK UP the claims...

Here is something I suggest, which is producing from WONDERFUL results:

What my dogs LOVE to do...

Summer is nearly over, and school is nearing. It's been an especially busy summer for us squeezing in family vacation, trips with friends, soccer games, etc...

I am glad to now be getting on the more normal routine, but I think my pets are even more so.

My dogs are looking forward to the routine of:

Get up

Chase skunk/squirrel



Kids go to school and we walk

Play/sniff other dogs


Treats to Avoid

I have written about this in the past, and there still is an ongoing FDA investigation into Chicken Jerky Treats from China.

The problem is that the Chinese are refusing to cooperate.

Here is some of what is happening:

The Food & Drug Administration has been charged with investigating claims that about 2,000 dogs got sick or died allegedly after eating jerky treats made in China, including Purina's Waggin' Train treats. But apparently it hasn't gone well.

From NBC News:

Chinese government officials overseeing plants that make chicken jerky pet treats blamed for thousands of illnesses and deaths among American dogs have refused to allow U.S. inspectors to collect samples for independent analysis, newly released records show.

Investigators with the federal Food and Drug Administration came away empty-handed after conducting April inspections at four jerky treat manufacturing sites in Liaocheng and Jinan, China, according to the records. …

In addition, the reports showed that the Chinese plants conducted either no laboratory tests or only sporadic tests of the raw materials, including meat used in treats fed to many of the 78.2 million pet dogs in the U.S.

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

P.S. I would advise that you just AVOID treats produced in China, and in general, food that comes from anywhere with quastionable quality control.

Get your treats made from somewhere reputable, OR make your own.

The same goes for supplements.

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You can see what's in them, and read over 1000 testimonials from VERY happy pet owners.

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and
is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian.
Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of
B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific
questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific
medical recommendations for your pet.

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