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Pets with Steve Dale: January 12

Steve Dale answers listeners’ questions about pets, and he talks about the dangers of chicken jerky treats imported from China.

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6 Comments to “Pets with Steve Dale: January 12”

    Phil said:
    January 16, 2013 at 8:50 AM

    I warned a woman about canned pumpkin from China that was on sale, and not to buy it.
    Her responce?

    "Well, they are selling it her".

    Some people don't understand that the FDA nor the USDA don't and can't test every single sample! They only spot check what comes into this country!

    Don't buy ANYTHING that says CHINA!

    Phil said:
    January 16, 2013 at 8:52 AM

    Dogs who eat poo are lacking something in their diet and its usually minerals.
    Same reason some children eat dirt.

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