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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

wORDLESS wEDNESDAY--- SAFETY BEFORE PROFITS



PAY ATTENTION

Monday:

Tuesday:

Today:



HOW MANY MORE HAVE TO SUFFER AND DIE BEFORE THE FDA BANS SALES???




BAN SALES NOW

END OF THE YEAR "PHASE OUT" IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH

Re-sellers, retailers, if you are selling these you are just as liable as the manufacturers.





'VIE

http://www.silvieon4.com/2012/09/the-butchers-bill.html





Jul 18, 2012
Questions and Answers Regarding Chicken Jerky Treats from China. Updated July 18, 2012. Why did FDA issue a cautionary update in November 2011? In 2011, FDA saw an increase in the number of complaints it received ...
May 27, 2012
WARNING CHICKEN TREATS MADE IN CHINA. Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases .
Oct 23, 2013
WARNING CHICKEN TREATS MADE IN CHINA. Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases .
Jan 10, 2013
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine (FDA/CVM) released today a progress report on its investigation into reports of illnesses and deaths associated with jerky pet treats from China.
Mar 13, 2012
WARNING CHICKEN TREATS MADE IN CHINA. Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases ...
Apr 13, 2012
new cases of unexplained acute kidney failure are Canyon Creek Ranch Chicken Yam Good Dog Treats (Nestle-Purina), Beefeaters Sweet Potato Treats (16 types of yam-related treats), Drs. Foster and Smith (exact item not ...
Nov 22, 2011
We started making our own Chicken Jerky after we ran across the FDA warning of 2008 about Chinese chicken treats making dogs sick or killing them. It turned into a cottage business and we now sell our TriPom Chews in 20 ...
Oct 22, 2013
To date, FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has conducted more than 1,200 tests, visited jerky pet treat manufacturers in China and collaborated with colleagues in academia, industry, state labs and foreign ...
Jul 27, 2013
Why are the jerky treats made in China? China is a country where dark meat is more popular due to its inherent fat and flavor. DOGSWELL believes it is less wasteful to obtain our white meat in China where it is abundant, ...
Oct 04, 2012
STOP BUYING THESE PRODUCTS! FDA data dump shows few toxins in jerky treats; co... 3 big brands may be tied to chicken jerky illness ... China stiff-arms FDA on jerky pet treat testing, r... Pet jerky treat death toll: 360 dogs, ...
Aug 08, 2012
The Veterinary Information Network have reported cases where dogs that have eaten sweet potato treats develped symptoms of kidney failure similar to dog who have been poisoned by Chinese-made chicken jerky treats.
Oct 05, 2012
Once notified of the results, the company recalled and ceased distribution of its product. This sampling and recall is unrelated to jerky pet treats from China that are associated with reports of illness in dogs and cats. Information ...


Aug 25, 2012
The cautionary update issued in November 2011 specifically refers to chicken jerky products that are imported from China. These dried chicken jerky products, intended for dogs, may also be sold as tenders, strips or treats.
Feb 23, 2013
All of the products were made in the U.S. This action is not related to FDA's ongoing investigation of jerky pet treats made in China. Salmonella is a public health risk and is one of the most common causes of foodborne illness.
May 30, 2012
Robin Pierre, a co-founder of “Animal Parents Against Pet Treats Made in China,” has collected more than 7,000 signatures urging on a petition urging the FDA to take action and more than 2,600 on a petition taking Nestle ...
Jul 21, 2012
The Veterinary Information Network have reported cases where dogs that have eaten sweet potato treats develped symptoms of kidney failure similar to dog who have been poisoned by Chinese-made chicken jerky treats.

Sep 15, 2012
The majority of complaints involve chicken jerky (treats, tenders, and strips), but others include duck, sweet potato, and treats where chicken or duck jerky is wrapped around dried fruits, sweet potatoes, or yams. The FDA has received approximately 2,200 reports of ... From 2003, when China first approached the USDA about poultry exports, to 2011, the volume of pet food exports (regulated by the FDA) to the United States from. China has grown 85-fold (see table).
Mar 06, 2012
Chicken Jerky Treats Linked to Illnesses in Dogs: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning about chicken jerky for dogs, saying some products imported from China may be associated with 70 reports of dogs ...
Jun 08, 2012
So, you are the educated pet owner. You would not feed chicken treats from China to any of your pets. But you have seen them for sale. At pet stores, {shame on you!!!!} at 2nd tier stores and discounters {greedy bastards!} .
Jan 26, 2013
Hartz is taking this action after recent testing found trace amounts of illegal antibiotic residue in samples of the affected dog treats.These antibiotics are approved for use in poultry in China and other countries, including ...

Aug 08, 2012
I have been posting warnings on China originating treats and their deadly effects for years! Just do a search on this blog and see for yourself. And I am not alone. Yet... they are still being sold and they are still killing dogs and ...
Sep 15, 2012
It could be months or years before the FDA recalls the treats, which are made in China -- and in the meantime, Heidi and other dogs are dying because Walgreens and other retailers are still selling these dangerous treats.

Sep 15, 2012
The Butcher's BILL · Dear Rita · THIS FROM THE FDA · Arthur Dogswell recalls cat chicken jerky treats, ... No words... STOP BUYING THESE PRODUCTS! FDA data dump shows few toxins in jerky treats; co... 3 big brands may ...

Dec 29, 2011
A Dogs suffering from Fanconi Syndrome will usually be very thirsty and will urinate excessive amounts. The most common finding in laboratory tests is that the dog has glucose in the urine, but has a normal blood glucose ...
Oct 23, 2013
WARNING CHICKEN TREATS MADE IN CHINA. Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases .
Nov 22, 2011
Blood tests may indicate kidney failure (increased urea nitrogen and creatinine). Urine tests may indicate Fanconi syndrome (increased glucose). Although most dogs appear to recover, some reports to the FDA have involved ...
Sep 15, 2012
The next most common signs relate to kidney function, including frequent urination, increased urine, severe thirst, kidney failure and some cases resemble a rare kidney related illness called Fanconi's syndrome. Typically ...

Nov 13, 2012
NO DOG NEEDS TO DIE. IGNORANCE, INDIFFERENCE AND STUPIDITY ARE NO EXCUSE. FANCONI SYNDROME KILLS. THE STORE THAT SELLS THIS poison IS NOT SMART AND IT IS SHOWING ITS GREED ...
Mar 13, 2012
Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases listed by the FDA late last year, 13 cited Waggin' Train.
Oct 04, 2012
WARNING CHICKEN TREATS MADE IN CHINA. Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases .
May 27, 2012
WARNING CHICKEN TREATS MADE IN CHINA. Read this : Three major brands identified in Chicken Jerky Poisoning The following three brands of chicken jerky may be tied to Fanconi syndrome: Of 22 “Priority 1” cases .

Nov 22, 2011
Dog owners and vets are reporting that animals may be stricken with a range of illnesses within days or hours of eating chicken jerky, including kidney failure and Fanconi syndrome, a condition characterized by low glucose.

2 comments:

Oz theTerrier said...

Companies need to stop getting stuff from China, period! I am not allowed to eat any of it!

playful-kitty said...

It is really ridiculous that these products are still on store shelves when they are known to be killing pets. I saw that Petco has banned sales of pet foods made in China. Good for them. Personally, I think that it is good that this movement is starting from the consumers and making its way to the government. Consumers can stop these sales a lot faster than the goverment.