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Post by IfMyFriendsCouldSeeMeNowAtThe.. » Tue, 20 Mar 2007 09:44:08



HOWEDY dale you pathetic miserable stinkin lyin
animal ***in punk thug coward active acute chronic
life long incurable mental case,


Quote:

>> has anyone used royal canin Labrador 30 dog food?
>> I've heard good  things but am not sure...do labs do well on it?

> Any food is going to have a range of responses
> as to who does well on it, and who doesn't.

Yeah. Particularly when your brand of dog food is
habitually recalled for manufacturing faults causin
POISONING in dogs eatin it, dale <{): ~ ( >

Quote:
> In general, Royal Canin is a pretty good brand,

Sez you, dale? You're a LYIN DOG ABUSIN MENTAL CASE.

Quote:
> re looking for a new food, I might give it a try.

INDEEDY, you WOULD, dale!

Quote:
> Looking at the feeding guide for it
> (http://www.moonsgarden.com/)

BWEEEAAAAAHAHAHHAAAAA!!!

You think the manufacturer is gonna tell you the TRUTH, dale?

Quote:
> it seems like they may be going for a lower density kibble (I
> recall reading this somewhere, but don't know where, think
> it was on one of their ads). Basically, as we all know labs like
> food. They make a lower density kibble, so that they will feel
> fuller (higher volume intake),
> but not gain as much weight.

That's BULLSHIT, dale. PERHAPS you was thinkin of the product
RECALL for POISONING dogs several times over the past couple years, eh
dale? The royal canin dogs lost weight from KIDNEY DAMAGE , you
pathetic ignorameHOWES.

Quote:
> What are you feeding now?

That's IRRELEVENT, dale.

Quote:
> Dale

ALL commercial dog food is GARBAGE.

A Purdue University study says dogs fed dry dogfood preserved
with citric acid in it have a 320% increased chance of bloat. It also
says that dry food with citric acid should never be premoisted with
water:

http://www.moonsgarden.com/

              -----------

Tainted pet food blamed in death
Dog suffered kidney failure, put down

Friday, March 17th, 2006

By Alexandra Paul

A Gimli woman is grieving her dog that was euthanized
after getting sick from eating a bad batch of tinned
pet food.

Christine Smith says she had her six-year-old collie-cross,
Molly, put down when the pet suffered kidney failure from
its diet of Royal Canin pet food, a brand sold exclusively
through veterinarians.

The parent company for the makers of the pet food, Mars Inc.
in Hackettstown N.J., recalled seven lines of its Royal Canin
dog and cat foods after discovering an error in the vitamin
formula from one of its suppliers.

Canin company executives say they recalled the food as a precaution
because it contains elevated levels of vitamin D-3. It can cause a
loss of appetite, lethargy, excessive drinking and urination in some
pets.

That's what happened to Molly in November.

In her case, the reaction proved fatal.

Smith's dog was eating one of the affected brands -- voluntarily
recalled everywhere in North America in February -- when her
symptoms cascaded and her kidneys failed.

At the time, Smith and her vet believed the dog had cancer.

It wasn't until last month when the brand-maker discovered the
problem, recalled the food and not ified thousands of vets across
Canada and the United States that the real culprit was uncovered.

Molly is believed to be only pet in Canada to be euthanized
after eating the pet food.

"The unfortunate circumstances surrounding Molly makes this a
very unique and sad case," said Royal Canin veterinarian Dr.
Brent Matthews in a formal statement from his office in Guelph, Ont.

The dog suffered from a condition known as hypercalcemia,
which is treatable.

Smith said her vet in Gimli notified her about the problem
after taking a call about the recall from the pet-food maker.

This week, Royal Canin company executives made a trip from
their Canadian headquarters in Toronto to see Smith at her
Gimli home on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

Royal Canin is reimbursing Smith for vet bills.

"It was an awful shock. I loved her and Royal Canin has been
wonderful. We all feel terrible, but I feel they've been
exceptional with me. When I cried, they crie d. They're
wonderful people," Smith said.

Vets are substituting other brands for the recalled pet food.
Canin is covering the costs. Royal Canin has a hotline for
concerned pet owners and vets to call. It is 800-567-8900.


What was recalled

Recalled Royal Canin pet food lines:

* Canine LOW FAT LF canned (best before 06/07).

* Canine CALORIE CONTROL CC in gel canned (best before 04/07 and
07/07).

* Canine Urinary SO (best before 05/07 and 06/07).

* Feline Sensitivity VR canned (best before 05/07).

* Feline Sensitivity CR canned (best before 01/08 and earlier).

* Feline CALORIE CONTROL CC canned (best before 01/08 and earlier).

* Feline RENAL LP pouch (best before 06/07 and earlier).

           ------------------

Here's HOWE The Freakin Simply Amazing  Puppy
Wizard feeds his dogs:

             Breakfast At The Puppy Wizard's -
                   Chez du Chien -
                  Gourmet Recipies

HOWEDY People,

Unbeknownst to yourselves, this has been a difficult
couple weeks for Your Puppy Wizard. Not to complain,
but he's been necessarily temporarily abandoned by
his Mrs.Puppy Wizard who had to attend to affairs out
of town for nine days.

Left alone, helpless and hapless to cope with domestic
and personal needs, to fend for HISSELF and his pups by
his own devices, his Mrs. Puppy Wizard HOWEver, is
considerate and foresighted enough to prepare His table
before him, in advance, and even calls to remind him to
breath, when necessary.

Your Puppy Wizard requires little from the physical realm,
existing primarily on prahana and nirvana as his staple diet.
HOWEver, his puppies unfortunately cannot thrive in the
physical world without the grounding effects of the evils
of wholesome food.

Mrs. Puppy Wizard prepares daily, fresh, well balanced
HOWES cooked meals. When Mrs. Puppy Wizard travels
occasionally, she prepares for the days of lean in advance,
by freezing two weeks worth of puppy chow and posting the
culinary instructions on the Puppy Wizard's coffee can, the
only physical need The Puppy Wizard requires, beyond his
internet connection and of course, his Mrs. Puppy Wizard
and puppies. But those are givens, naturally.

Mrs. Puppy Wizard prepares 2 meals a day. The
following recipe is for about a 100 pound dog:

                     <SNIP>

BHOWEN APETITE, eh dale?

 
 
 

royal canin

Post by central_scrutinize » Sun, 08 Apr 2007 06:41:14




Quote:
> HOWEDY dale you pathetic miserable stinkin lyin
> animal ***in punk thug coward active acute chronic
> life long incurable mental case,




> >> has anyone usedroyalcaninLabrador 30 dog food?
> >> I've heard good  things but am not sure...do labs do well on it?

> > Any food is going to have a range of responses
> > as to who does well on it, and who doesn't.

> Yeah. Particularly when your brand of dog food is
> habitually recalled for manufacturing faults causin
> POISONING in dogs eatin it, dale <{): ~ ( >

> > In general,RoyalCaninis a pretty good brand,

> Sez you, dale? You're a LYIN DOG ABUSIN MENTAL CASE.

> > re looking for a new food, I might give it a try.

> INDEEDY, you WOULD, dale!

> > Looking at the feeding guide for it
> > (http://www.moonsgarden.com/)

> BWEEEAAAAAHAHAHHAAAAA!!!

> You think the manufacturer is gonna tell you the TRUTH, dale?

> > it seems like they may be going for a lower density kibble (I
> > recall reading this somewhere, but don't know where, think
> > it was on one of their ads). Basically, as we all know labs like
> > food. They make a lower density kibble, so that they will feel
> > fuller (higher volume intake),
> > but not gain as much weight.

> That's BULLSHIT, dale. PERHAPS you was thinkin of the product
> RECALL for POISONING dogs several times over the past couple years, eh
> dale? Theroyalcanindogs lost weight from KIDNEY DAMAGE , you
> pathetic ignorameHOWES.

> > What are you feeding now?

> That's IRRELEVENT, dale.

> > Dale

> ALL commercial dog food is GARBAGE.

> A Purdue University study says dogs fed dry dogfood preserved
> with citric acid in it have a 320% increased chance of bloat. It also
> says that dry food with citric acid should never be premoisted with
> water:

> http://www.moonsgarden.com/

>               -----------

> Tainted pet food blamed in death
> Dog suffered kidney failure, put down

> Friday, March 17th, 2006

> By Alexandra Paul

> A Gimli woman is grieving her dog that was euthanized
> after getting sick from eating a bad batch of tinned
> pet food.

> Christine Smith says she had her six-year-old collie-cross,
> Molly, put down when the pet suffered kidney failure from
> its diet ofRoyalCaninpet food, a brand sold exclusively
> through veterinarians.

> The parent company for the makers of the pet food, Mars Inc.
> in Hackettstown N.J., recalled seven lines of itsRoyalCanin
> dog and cat foods after discovering an error in the vitamin
> formula from one of its suppliers.

> Canincompany executives say they recalled the food as a precaution
> because it contains elevated levels of vitamin D-3. It can cause a
> loss of appetite, lethargy, excessive drinking and urination in some
> pets.

> That's what happened to Molly in November.

> In her case, the reaction proved fatal.

> Smith's dog was eating one of the affected brands -- voluntarily
> recalled everywhere in North America in February -- when her
> symptoms cascaded and her kidneys failed.

> At the time, Smith and her vet believed the dog had cancer.

> It wasn't until last month when the brand-maker discovered the
> problem, recalled the food and not ified thousands of vets across
> Canada and the United States that the real culprit was uncovered.

> Molly is believed to be only pet in Canada to be euthanized
> after eating the pet food.

> "The unfortunate circumstances surrounding Molly makes this a
> very unique and sad case," saidRoyalCaninveterinarian Dr.
> Brent Matthews in a formal statement from his office in Guelph, Ont.

> The dog suffered from a condition known as hypercalcemia,
> which is treatable.

> Smith said her vet in Gimli notified her about the problem
> after taking a call about the recall from the pet-food maker.

> This week,RoyalCanincompany executives made a trip from
> their Canadian headquarters in Toronto to see Smith at her
> Gimli home on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

> RoyalCaninis reimbursing Smith for vet bills.

> "It was an awful shock. I loved her andRoyalCaninhas been
> wonderful. We all feel terrible, but I feel they've been
> exceptional with me. When I cried, they crie d. They're
> wonderful people," Smith said.

> Vets are substituting other brands for the recalled pet food.Caninis covering the costs.RoyalCaninhas a hotline for
> concerned pet owners and vets to call. It is 800-567-8900.


> What was recalled

> RecalledRoyalCaninpet food lines:

> * Canine LOW FAT LF canned (best before 06/07).

> * Canine CALORIE CONTROL CC in gel canned (best before 04/07 and
> 07/07).

> * Canine Urinary SO (best before 05/07 and 06/07).

> * Feline Sensitivity VR canned (best before 05/07).

> * Feline Sensitivity CR canned (best before 01/08 and earlier).

> * Feline CALORIE CONTROL CC canned (best before 01/08 and earlier).

> * Feline RENAL LP pouch (best before 06/07 and earlier).

>            ------------------

> Here's HOWE The Freakin Simply Amazing  Puppy
> Wizard feeds his dogs:

>              Breakfast At The Puppy Wizard's -
>                    Chez du Chien -
>                   Gourmet Recipies

> HOWEDY People,

> Unbeknownst to yourselves, this has been a difficult
> couple weeks for Your Puppy Wizard. Not to complain,
> but he's been necessarily temporarily abandoned by
> his Mrs.Puppy Wizard who had to attend to affairs out
> of town for nine days.

> Left alone, helpless and hapless to cope with domestic
> and personal needs, to fend for HISSELF and his pups by
> his own devices, his Mrs. Puppy Wizard HOWEver, is
> considerate and foresighted enough to prepare His table
> before him, in advance, and even calls to remind him to
> breath, when necessary.

> Your Puppy Wizard requires little from the physical realm,
> existing primarily on prahana and nirvana as his staple diet.
> HOWEver, his puppies unfortunately cannot thrive in the
> physical world without the grounding effects of the evils
> of wholesome food.

> Mrs. Puppy Wizard prepares daily, fresh, well balanced
> HOWES cooked meals. When Mrs. Puppy Wizard travels
> occasionally, she prepares for the days of lean in advance,
> by freezing two weeks worth of puppy chow and posting the
> culinary instructions on the Puppy Wizard's coffee can, the
> only physical need The Puppy Wizard requires, beyond his
> internet connection and of course, his Mrs. Puppy Wizard
> and puppies. But those are givens, naturally.

> Mrs. Puppy Wizard prepares 2 meals a day. The
> following recipe is for about a 100 pound dog:

>                      <SNIP>

> BHOWEN APETITE, eh dale?

The Puppy Wizard is a self-promoting ***. He wants you to buy his
book of dog food recipes. He cares so much about dog nutrition, that
<SNIP> he doesn't provide a recipe for what he thinks is healthy.

This lying, abusing, puppy-sodomizer is feeding his dying dogs a diet
with no supplementation of vitamins and minerals. Not even anything
like polyphenols, glucosamine, chondroiting. A sloppy balance of amino
acids (amino acids compete against each other, and the balance does
matter). He is a crazy hippie that did too much acid and thinks that
he knows what dogs have evolved to eat. He wants you to feed your dog
a diet that will result in dietary deficiencies, just so you will buy
his book. He scares the people who love their dogs into buying his
book. He doesn't care about sharing knowledge on the internet or
anything of the sort. He is simply an opportunist first, and a dog-
sodomizer after that...