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April 22, 2013



This is good and worthy information to present here.


The food poison information is trying to be helpful but rating chocolate and garlic with insecticide and xylitol is incorrect. Most chocolate in the US is not real chocolate and many people feed garlic to their dogs intentionally because they think it helps with fleas.

Not that either is good food for dogs. My favorite source for canine nutrition is Steve Brown's Unlocking the Canine Ancestral Diet, the electronic version so words can be easily searched. Very few whole, non processed foods are dangerous, for humans or pets, at least when fed in variety.

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