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Thread: Ole' Roy dog bones now on list!

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    Ole' Roy dog bones now on list!

    That is what most drive thru businesses (banks, etc) hand out!!

    and it's not seeming to take very much to hurt our dogs!

    I'm feeding my puppy IAMS smart puppy dry.....
    anyone heard anything that it 'might' be next on the list??? or any advice on this product???

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    All three of my dogs used to be on Old Roy biscuits until about a year ago. I switched to Iams....I am shaking in my boots thinking that more doggie biscuits will be recalled. Which means I aided in the poor health or even the death of my dogs!
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    I agree, this is just getting ridiculous! I don't know what I can feed Tank anymore without worrying...ugh.
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    I am worried too about the Iams puppy bisquits.....since Iams was one of the moist food recalls.....

    I've been using them to 'praise' my puppy for doing good.....how awful that people's animals are dying because they were treated for being good??

    Is there anyone on this forum that has had sick dogs from this??

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    I wish they would release the names of dry food/treats/wet foods that could be in danger while they are researching. I know it could hurt their business, but if they really loved animals like they all claimed they'd release it!!
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    100% agreed Dignity!!!
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    I was having this discussion with my friends and my suggestion was to not feed anything (food or treat, wet or dry) with ANY grains. I don't feed grains, Jorge nibbles his feet and all the dogs seem to have less pep when fed foods with grains. Read labels, if it has wheat or corn run

    Petsmart & Petco have lists and more on thier websites now.
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    [quote=my suggestion was to not feed anything (food or treat, wet or dry) with ANY grains. Read labels, if it has wheat or corn run
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    I think that is the best suggestion I've heard so far!!
    I was just in Rite Aid a bit ago...and was surprised to see all the canned dog food on the shelves....many of the brands that are on the list!!

    Have the company's really produced new batches already??? Or are they not pulling all that's been recalled??

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