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An organization or business that loses public support is in trouble. I hope businesses will stop importing crap from china that poisons pets.


I agree with your assessments!

The jerky thing really gets me; if it were people getting sick, those products would have been pulled already. But it's dogs.


which is why I make my own doggie treats..


I AGREE!!!! I had some of that jerky in the cupboard...I thew it away, after I destroyed it!



Scary stuff!

Peppylady (Dora)

Toward the end of each month I like to stop by and visit a few blogs that aren't on my regular stop.

I came over from Yellow Dog Granny. You have an interesting blog. To be quite honest I never heard of a Neanderthal Award but one can't be to surprise about that considering it “Purnia”...Hope you can chance to stop over and the coffee is on.


I hesitate to buy dog treats any more. So many issues have been associated with them over the past few years. The man we got Gil from has a great recipe for biscuits and one of these days I am going to try them.


Yet again, some great awards. But your mention of the Wichita F.D.'s priorities was so eloquent.

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