Wellness Dogfood Observation

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Here is my of . I make no statements as to what the white specs are. I make no claim as to whether they would be bad for a dog to consume. I only display you what I located. This form is the fish kind. No exactly where in this video do I declare that this meals is bad for your pet. Nor do I claim what these white specs are. Its just an unedited video shot of what arrived out of this bag. The video that prompted me to make this was spliced. It COULD have been manipulated to make a point. Its feasible. Any with a first rate educated eye can see that mine is not spliced, just overdubbed with . Anybody could have made this exact same video with ANY out there. I have explained numerous times that i dont know what people specs are. If a person truly sends them off and exams them and can quote, display or confirm what the screening exhibits, by all means do that. We ALL just want to be educated on what we feed our pet loved ones. On one more notice, I did analysis the notion that lifeless animals are placed in all dogfood above the counter. If you research the internet extended enough, you will come across information that will not confirm that is the case. It is a myth perpetuated by mongers. People people point to a report of a substance in a examination that was only associated to the identical substance discovered in . The substance was In no way confirmed to be the Specific substance from euthanized animals. In truth the federal agency that did the testing and introduced the report AMENDED that report after the scare mongers started


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Comments

    • gbird1960
    • October 14, 2011

    my dog has allergies and I am trying to find a good dry dog food for him. Thank you for the video.

    • parisa319
    • October 14, 2011

    I was pouring my cat a bowl of her Wellness cat food a few minutes ago and discovered a long bone sticking right out of a piece. I broke apart several other pieces and found bone in almost every single one. I can’t believe it… I quickly googled about it and watched this video along with the WARNING video. This isn’t a hoax! CHECK THE FOOD.

    • Fairytaledogs
    • October 14, 2011

    @mewmeowable Forgive me if I’m wrong, but it sounds like you don’t agree with feeding whole eggs in the shell. I know this is off topic, but I know many many raw foodists who give their dogs the whole egg as do I, and I’ve never ever heard anyone have a problem with the shells and their dogs. Not to mention the thousands of wolves that eat duck eggs, goose eggs, etc throughout their lives.

    • Fairytaledogs
    • October 14, 2011

    I’m sorry I was addressing Mewmeowable when I was refering the eggs. I have purchased a bag of this and have found white “specks” some alittle more larger than a grain of sand others not. I normally feed raw, and that is the reason I do: because there are alot of unkowns in dog food among other things. I agree, these arent egg shells.

    • JeanninePC99
    • October 14, 2011

    Did you notice that one of the ingredients is Menhaden fish meal? I think that is probably the course of the little specks, not the “deboned whitefish”.

    Menhaden is a type of herring. Birds, porpoises, sea lions, and larger fish eat that sort of fish, bones and all.

    • dewdana
    • October 14, 2011

    OMG- fish bone is likely to be the least harmful thing in a bag of dog kibble! If these are so common and DANGEROUS then why haven’t we heard about dogs getting injured? Where are all these lacerated insides??? The tiny specs you show are clearly not large enough to hurt any dog that is large enough to chew that kibble! Have some perspective people!

    • UrArmenianLoVer
    • October 14, 2011

    @Fairytaledogs same here i give my 4 month old Doberman whole eggs to ones or 2 times a week. i eat it my self.

    • mike2325el
    • October 14, 2011

    this is frightning what if dogs ate this stuff? I know what it is! its white fish bone. I saw another vid about it! and many people have contacted wellness they don’t seem to care though!

    • MsLabMom
    • October 13, 2011

    Wellness is one of the best dog food out there! I highly recommend it!

    • thinkforaminute
    • October 13, 2011

    This is the response Newman’s Own gives about “white specks”:

    14. What are the white flecks I see on top of the food?

    When cold, the food may have gelled broth and tiny globules or fat on the surface. These are natural occurences as the formulas do not contain any emulsifiers, fillers, gums or artificial colors. We recommend stirring in a small amount of warm water before servicing to your pet. This will help to soften the food, even out the consistency

    • mike2325el
    • October 13, 2011

    @MsLabMom its not!!!! if you see white fish bone and you think thats ok for your dog your dog will choke!!

    • Consumervideo
    • October 13, 2011

    @thinkforaminute Might not be exactly the same type of specks we see here. The specs we see are throughout the food, not just on top.
    But excellent comment and observation. The more info the better for all of us.

    • 912celinerose
    • October 13, 2011

    I just bought this product for my dog. After watching this video, i inspected the food. I discovered about 18 pieces with bones and i didnt even pour the bag out! Needless to say i am returning the dog food first thing in the morning!

    Thank you for posting this video!

    • seapeddler
    • October 13, 2011

    You see, Noah never knew of Wellness brand petfoods. Were there dogs on the Ark? The bones, if they are bone fragments, may cause scratches in the colon in some dogs. For 1000’s of yrs. animals have eaten ‘off the land’. Todays’dogs are genetically bred to require commercial foods. And they are also required to have $1000.00 operations to remove tumours. Ths is the American way. Sort of like having a 40 000 watt car stereo, and a 900 gal. gas tank., and 1/2 the population is prisons.

    • 1111rhn
    • October 13, 2011

    I found a whole dogs toenail- and yes it was a dead dogs toe nail in canned dog food!- I now make my own dog food- I start with oat meal & add chopped apples for breakfast, then cooked chicken for lunch & eggs for dinner- I make dog cookies from bisquick mix w/ chicken broth & liver bits. My young dog who was listless and sickly is now healthy and running and jumping again- make your own- don’t trust dog food companies. Greed is their #1 ingredient. google recalled dog food- hundreds are

    • drbwavevet
    • October 13, 2011

    The best dog food is the kind you make yourself at home using human grade ingredients you find in a supermarket. Otherwise, you really do not know what you get.
    Also, would you eat the same food each meal each day, for months and months and even years? Why would you feed your dog that way then?
    Check out my book: Fresh Food and Ancient Wisdom: Preparing Healthy and Balanced Meals for Your Dogs by Dr. Ihor Basko

    • nicolebodea
    • October 13, 2011

    I agree wellness is considered a very premium diet, but I myself will not consider it the best one. I prefer orijen and things with more meat content.

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