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DEAD PETS DON'T LIE.

Discussion in 'Doberman Talk and Discussions' started by C908, Jul 8, 2019.

  1. C908

    C908 Member

    Has anyone ever watched the DVD or read the book ? A friend of ours brought over both, we watched the DVD last night. He has loaned us the book to read and said we will be appalled. The main thing we found so disturbing is the rendering plants. Can what is claimed they are doing possibly be true ? I asked our friend where he got the DVD and Book, he said from the local Christian book store. I would sure like to hear others thoughts. Thanks !

     
  2. Ravenbird

    Ravenbird Member

    I haven't read/seen these, but it sounds like everything I've learned the past 10 years or so. I wish it wasn't true, but I'm afraid most of it is. You can get the book/dvd from Amazon if it's not in your local bookstore.
     
  3. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

  4. Ravenbird

    Ravenbird Member

  5. C908

    C908 Member

    What you posted above is the DVD I watched, there was only one and it is 90 min long.
     
  6. Viemarangelrock

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    It’s despicable! :mad: You should never buy a product made with an anonymous animal ingredient. Generic meat meal could be spoiled supermarket meat, road kill, dead, diseased, disabled or dying farm animals and even euthanised dogs and cats. The ingredients come out of rendering plants and since it is an unnamed animal source, you have no idea what you are getting. While some sources of meat and bone meal could be from legal material (healthy slaughtered animals) we are provided with no guarantee of that. It’s so important to read the ingredients and even contact the manufacturer for more clarification.
    Meat meal is simply a concentrated meat powder. Produced at high temperatures, it’s made from animal by products and often packed with artificial preservatives which don’t have to be disclosed in the resulting dog food.
     

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