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FDA, Pet Food, Bacteria and Spoiled Meat


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  1. Teresa Reid

    Thank you so much for this important information.

  2. Peg

    Susan, thank you for this.
    I sent it to my vet and she is horrified.
    She also sent it to all her vet friends. The vets are listening to you Susan and not relying on the phony PFI for boatloads of false info.
    Woo hoo

    Susan, is it okay to print out your graphic?
    I have a new local indy store that would probably display the graphic.
    I am sure it will be hanging in my vet’s office if it’s okay to print.

    Thank you again for all you do.

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      Yes Peg – everything is to be shared. Thank you!

  3. Mollie Morrissette

    Susan, you HAVE to take this graphic to AAFCO – it’s brilliant. Graphic and to the point.

  4. Anthony Hepton

    While the FDA recognizes that killing bacteria is important, and the thermal processes in rendering plants and the kibble extrusion processes accomplish the thermal destruction of harmful bacteria, the endotoxins that are an integral part of the surface of gram negative bacteria remain unaffected by the temperatures of these processes.
    USDA has recognized that endotoxins are present in the end products of rendering and are well aware that the pet food manufacturers do not test for endotoxins, so how do the manufactures, or we, know that the products are not dangerously contaminated. There is ample scientific evidence to show that when high levels of endotoxins are consumed in a high fat diet that endotoxemia results, the symptoms are identical to so many illnesses and deaths that have been reported.

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