DIRTY "BIG" SECRET EXPOSED

SIGN PETITION:
Make all food safe and healthy human grade (no fillers).  Disclose all brands.  Disclose all ingredients.
 Ban use of animal testing



MENU FOODS DELIBERATELY FEEDS POISON TO ANIMALS TO SEE IF IT KILLS!

Expensive "premium" brands claiming they are "high quality/Premium food" came from the same factory as the cheapest products on the market. Do they contain the same "GARBAGE"? 

Can they guarantee the "GOOD" food doesn't get contaminated by traveling through the same places or hands of the "CHEAP" food? Can they guarantee they are in fact not the SAME food?

How many cats or dogs that have died or suffered from kidney or urinary diseases
all these years were caused by the foods they sold us - with promises of Quality?

Just 1.3 percent of imported fish, vegetables, fruit and other foods are inspected - yet those government inspections regularly reveal food unfit for human consumption
(resource: Pet food recall raises safety questions)

DEMAND TIGHTER REGULATIONS
DEMAND THE TRUTH!

  • 1990: at least 15 dogs in Ontario were poisoned by dry food from Techni-Cal Growth.

  • 1995: Vomitoxin in Nature's Recipe dry foods

  • 1998: Aflatoxin in dry dog foods made by Doane Products

  • 2003: Still unidentified problem with certain lots of Go! Natural dry food.

  • 2005: at least 76 dog deaths were linked to Missouri-based Diamond Pet Foods when contaminated corn got through the safety inspection.

  • 2006: Royal Canin Canada, a pet food maker,  faces a suit related to high levels of vitamin D.

  • 2007: hundreds of animals sick or dying from Melamine contaminated food by Menu Foods

DEMAND NO MORE ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION!

Our cats' and dogs' health could have been compromised long before tainted pet food was recalled. (May 19)
At a recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration news conference, David Acheson, assistant commissioner for food protection for the FDA, said melamine was seen in pet food samples as far back as early 2006. Before that, he said no one knows, or will likely ever know, whether melamine was present in pet foods.

We can't exclude that (melamine) didn't make pets sick," said Acheson. "All we can say is that it didn't make them as sick as in 2006 because it didn't come to anybody's attention. But we cannot rule out that it didn't make pets sick."

 

RELATED ARTICLES

Was pet food poisoned on purpose? (MSNBC) 
FDA Suspects Wheat Gluten Intentionally Spiked (April 20)
Pet Food Recall: Corn Gluten Also A Concern In Cat, Dog Food Recall (April 23)
Was Pet Food Tainted Intentionally? (April 22)
Feds tests of suspect pet food kills 7 -  By Andrew Bridges, AP Writer | March 19, 2007.
Pet Food Recall Must Lead to a Revolution