“Do You Know That You Are Slowly Poisoning Your Dog By Feeding Them Dangerous Dog Food And By Listening To Bad Medical Advice?”

The following article is about to reveal a frightening truth about commercial dog food that is linked to the deaths of thousands of dogs across the US every single day. This is the very same dog food that can be found in supermarkets in every town all across the country.

The following is an interview of leading dog health author Ann Martin in which she summarizes the deadly truth regarding the commercial dog food that we buy for our pets



Did you find that video shocking? I know I did when I first watched it. There are a lot of things that you haven’t been told about your pet. Did you know the maximum life span of a dog is estimated to be about 27 years & yet the average dog lives only approximately 13 years?

How can that be you ask?

Well I can tell you this, a lot of dog health questions we have regarding our pets can be answered by learning more about Pet Food Makers and the common dog care mis-information that we accept as truth but is in fact quite harmful to our pets!.

I don’t want to alarm you but I’m writing this article to let you know if you don’t make drastic but simple changes to the way you feed and take care of your dog, beginning today……

then your dog is at an alarmingly high-risk of suffering an early and painful death!

The Dangers Of Commerical Pet Food, You Might As Well Feed Your Dog Big Macs. (It’s probably healthier)

Did You Know That Commerical Dog Food Contains Preservatives, Additives, Restaurant Grease And Even The Euthanized Bodies Of Other Dead Animals Which Has Been Linked To Such Dog Illnesses As…

  • Addison’s Disease
  • Liver Malfunction
  • Kidney Malfunction
  • Lameness
  • Cancer
  • Infertility
  • Obesity
  • Extreme Tiredness
  • Hair Loss
  • And Eventually Premature Death!


“Are There Really Dead Animal Parts In The Commercial Pet Food That I Buy For My Dog?”


Not only does Pet Food Makers use dead animal parts to make dog food, but the chemical that is used to euthanize the animals, Sodium Pentobarbital remains in the pet food in trace amounts because the processing does not totally destroy it assuring long term health damage for your dog.

Luckily for us. Not all animal experts are completely in the dark about this frightening situation.

As a matter of fact, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Henry Pasternak, reveals the true horrific facts about dog food labeling..

Dr. Pasternak Writes:

“Many pet foods advertised as “preservative-free” do, in fact, contain preservatives”.

..manufacturers don’t have to list preservatives that they themselves did not add”.

“Many preservatives make their way into pet food at rendering plants before the meat is even sent to the manufacturer. An analysis of several pet foods labeled “chemical free” or “all natural ingredients” found synthetic antioxidants in all samples.”

More from Doctor Pasternack:

“Although you won’t see it on the label, since it is often added at the rendering plant and not by the manufacturer, ethoxyquin (EQ) is used to preserve most dry pet food”.

“EQ is the most powerful of all preservatives and may be the most toxic”.

“The use of EQ is … permitted in pet food”.

“In animals, EQ has been linked to:

  • immune deficiency syndrome
  • spleen, stomach, and liver cancers
  • and a host of allergies.”


UNBELIEVABLE – And I Bet You Thought The Pet Food Companies Were Caring & Compassionate Animal Lovers, Didn’t You? 


“But My Vet Recommended Me This Food”?

“And if he recommended it then it can’t be all bad, right?  He is a Doctor after all…”

Every dog owner is familiar with the common dog health care advice that is given to them on how to properly care for their pup, but I’m telling you now that changes definitely needs to be made with the old fashioned, archaic ways of dealing with common dog ailments.  Even with the best intentions, the advice that Vets give to their patients can be misinformed.

For Example…

Should we really be re-vaccinating our pets? We’ve all been told that a measure of how well we take care of our best friends is whether we keep up on their annual vaccinations. Yet there’s evidence that suggests that annual vaccinations may not be needed

– and in fact –

some experts suggest that continuing with them may in the long run do more harm than good.


The following news clip is an investigative report that reveals the harm that annual vaccinations can cause your dog.



Are you starting to get nervous yet about the current state of dog health care? I was constantly being told to keep my dog current on her shots, give her preventative wormers, and to keep those fleas off her by using those spot-on treatments. As a matter of fact, if I didn’t do those things, I was made to feel negligent and guilty.

Hey, I know the advice sounded reasonable. After all, this advice is common among professionals who went to school for years to learn all this stuff. Who was I to argue?

But then my eyes started to open!

The first moment of truth hit me when my dog started getting severe allergies. The first time I brought her to the vet to treat these allergies, they gave her a steroid shot. That very night she broke housetraining and urinated all over the house.

When I started to research steroids as a treatment for pets, I started to shake with anger. It turns out, that one of the side effects of steroid treatment is increased urination but that was the least of my worries.

You see, my research uncovered that steroids were also being linked to an incredible number of scary conditions such as allergies, hypersensitivity reactions, autoimmune disease, encephalitis, epilepsy, personality changes, brain damage, cancer, chorea, encephalitis, heart conditions, kidney damage, liver damage/failure, paralysis of the rear end, and pancreatic problems .

That’s when I started to wonder what other dog health advice that I was following might be harmful

Have You Read Enough?

Are you ready to make a difference in your dog’s life? 


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How Much Do You Really Know About The Food You Buy For Your Dog

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If a dog food is labeled “Chicken Flavored Dog Food,” under US Food and Drug Administration labeling laws, at least how much chicken must it contain?

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One of the main sources of meats used in pet food is “4-D meats.” What does “4-D” stand for?

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By United States law, the remains of dead dogs or cats cannot be used in any product that may be used in pet foods.

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One of the main sources for fats in pet food is used rancid restaurant grease.

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Dog food samples have been found to contain drugs not allowed in the human food chain.

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If a dog food is labeled “Dog Food with Real Beef,” under US Food and Drug Administration labeling laws, at least how much beef must it contain?

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