By Kelli Bender
Jun 05, 2012
Similar to onions, a small amount of garlic can quickly cause internal problems for your cat. Feline stomachs are easily upset by garlic, and the ingredient can also cause red-blood-cell damage.
lol people deserve to die any and all. thanks dog lovers reply if you are human don't get mad think about it. thanks chris wood,
Cats and chicken bone biggest load of bulls**t I have ever heard cats eat them when they go out and about they hunt birds ffs
The birds they catch aren't COOKED! Cooked bones are more brittle, & can splinter much more easily than raw. Just as you shouldn't give rib bones to animals, only round bones, like leg bones.
My sweet poodle Buffy, had been couphing for a few days. I took her to the vet and he said he would xray her lungs to find the cause. Several hours later he called me and told me she had lung cancer and that he found that she had passed while in her kennel. Needless to say I was devastated to hear this terrible news. All I could think was this is IMPOSSIBLE!!! If it was lung cancer, she was never around anyone smoking. I used, LYSOL to clean my tile floors. Animal clean their paws by licking. Could this have caused this cancer????? I will NEVER use this product again. Be careful pet owners. Please....
and what people don't realize is BABY FOOD contains onion powder ….so MANY people will give senior cats baby food THINKING they're helping their cat and are ONLY POISONING THEM MORE……STICK TO CAT FOOD
i have found various web sights that say its OK to give dogs cottagecheese, one says pork is ok, another sight says the right food for doggie is raw. another says no cheese products ever and yet another says pork is ok, I COULD GO ON AND ON. I have a 8 yo poodle Sasha and I feed her Pet Fresh found in a number of grocery stores, and she loves it. I wonder if this is ok ? I want to keep her healthy so far no major problems just teeth cleaning and 9 teeth removed. I had two other Poodles for 15 years,, they had a few problems at the end for one she was diagnoised with diabetis vet said at her 15 yo age there was very little help foe her.His suggestion was to put her down, I was torn over this, but I did what vet advised, she also suffered from Ear infections from baby to the end, my other tea cup, developed congestive heart failure vet perscribed Lasix, and one day, she was sleeping on my bed and passed. It took me years to somewhat get over there passings, Thanks sorry for long story!
15 years is a nice old age and being diabetic at that point is I'm sure not uncommon sound like your doing your best to keep them healthy …and thats ALL you can do but don't drive yourself nuts doing so…we JUST had our Morkie (yorkie/maltese mix) at the vet for xylitol poisoning $1000.later DEADLIER than chocolate….and I always try to baby proof our home but nobody else wants to take me seriously….I think NOW they will
I do know that after 6 or 7 years, dogs should have less protein in their diet - my Pepper died at 8 of kidney disease from too much protein. After that, my Mandy lived 14 years, & Maxx, 13, with no other health problems 'til they got cancer shortly before they died. .
In my life i had 3 dobermans. died at 14, 15 and 18. they ate what we ate and had very few health problems.
I'm not sure how this has worked, but we have always grown grapes, and our dogs have always eaten as many grapes that fall to the ground as they possibly can--with no ill effects. Does it have to do with they type of grape, or the breed? I am curious.
all i know is they haven't identified WHAT it is thats poisonous in them.. could be the sugar content but who knows…for all you know its the pesticides they use on them..since they're fresh they might lack the killing ingredient if you yourself don't use pesticides
On our nighttime walks, I have no idea what my Springer finds to eat but I never see anythingon walks during the day that I would recommend. It seems silly to worry about what she eats when she runs free and makes up her own mind.
I knew of a kennel that used to clean their cages with Lestoil. The smell would irritate the cats and dogs and they would all be meowing and/or barking.
Our shitz will be 19 in November - Our Aussie just turned 9. Our previous Golden passed at 17 and our current cat is 11.They eat what we eat everyday and have since being babies. The two dogs receive two pieces (small) of chocolate each night. They both get butcher bones a couple of times a week.