"Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats" by
Richard H. Pitcairn & Susan Hubble Pitcairn.
The number of cases of kidney failure among dogs and cats that ate poisoned pet food could
total in the tens of thousands says Dr. Paul Pion, president of the Veterinary Information Network. He said the
final number for pets suffering from kidney failure could be in the
tens of thousands. More on the recall - Listen to holistic
veterinarian Dr. Jane Bicks D.V.M. "Do You Really Know What's In Your Pet's
and read for yourself the chilling facts behind the nationwide Class
Action Lawsuit filed against pet food companies and retailers for
misleading consumers regarding the contents of pet food.
Tons of information on cats at Dr.R.Hines, DVM PhD brilliant site
Lisa A. Pierson, DVM at www.catfood.org/makingcatfood.htm.
Dr. William Pollak D.V.M. - "Eating supermarket pet foods is like eating
cardboard. Our pets just get by on them and the foods lack any real
vitality for the flourishing of health. Life is designed to be lived in
vitality; surviving is living a slow death even before
departure from the body".
Dr Wendell O. Belfield, D.V.M. - "Their pets may have diarrhoea,
increased flatulence, a dull hair coat, intermittent vomiting or
prolonged scratching. These are common symptoms associated with
commercial pet foods." In 1981, as Martin Zucker and I wrote
How to Have a Healthier Dog, we discovered the full extent of negative
effects that commercial pet food has on animals. In February 1990, San
Francisco Chronicle staff writer John Eckhouse went even further with
an exposť entitled "How Dogs and Cats Get Recycled into Pet Food
Read the explosive report on the pet food trade,"Food
Pets Die For" by Anne N.Martin