Age: 6 Years Sex: Female Weight: 11-25 lbs
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Chloe, Boubouki, Baby Girl, Bad Girl, & Nose Trouble
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September 20th 2007
Playing fetch with her lovie & playing with Mommy
When huDaddy goes anywhere without his furgirl
(1) Squeaky toys and 2) Rawhide chews
Around the neighborhood or at Milly Bush's Bark Park where I can run off-leash.
I get Mommy and Daddy to fetch!
We have been married 30 years and our four-legged fur babies are the only babies we have. We relocated because of hurricane Katrina and shortly thereafter our 14 year old westie girl was diagnosed with, and we lost her to, breast cancer.
Several months later our 14 1/2 year old westie dog was diagnosed with and became gravely ill with kidney failure within 5 days of his diagnosis. We had no choice but to let him go to the Rainbow Bridge. About the same time we lost my 94 year old father-in-law resulting in my husband and myself home alone.
After an extensive search we found a great breeder and flew Chloe in from Florida. After so much heart break she brings us joy and smiles every minute of every day. She is a great blessing and we are privileged to have her.
Regardless of my bribes of doggie biscuits & treats she remains an unwavering Daddy's girl.
On December 3, 2008, Chloe had three beautiful puppies. We kept her boy, Gryffindor "Gryffie" and girl, Ariadne to live with us as our family.
IT'S CHLOE'S WORLD & WE LIVE HERE!
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|November 20th 2007
||More than 6 years!
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June 26th 2008 8:27 am
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This is the link to the FDA website food recall:
June 26th 2008 8:06 am
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THIS WAS AN EMAIL SENT TO MY MOM ON 6/26/08
Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2008 11:24 PM
Subject: [PET_STUFF_4_SALE] FDA Requests Seizure of Animal Food Products at PETCO Distribution Center
Today, at the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Marshals seized various animal food products stored under unsanitary conditions at the PETCO Animal Supplies Distribution Center located in Joliet, Ill., pursuant to a warrant issued by the United States District Court in Chicago.
U.S. Marshals seized all FDA-regulated animal food susceptible to rodent and pest contamination. The seized products violate the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act because it was alleged in a case filed by the United States Attorney that they were being held under unsanitary conditions. (The Act uses the term "insanitary" to describe such conditions).
During an FDA inspection of a PETCO distribution center in April, widespread and active rodent and bird infestation was found. The FDA inspected the facility again in May and found continuing and widespread infestation.
"We simply will not allow a company to store foods under filthy and unsanitary conditions that occur as a direct result of the company's failure to adequately control and prevent pests in its facility," said Margaret O'K. Glavin, associate commissioner for regulatory affairs. "Consumers expect that such safeguards will be in place not only for human food, but for pet food as well.
The distribution center in Joliet, Ill., provides pet food products and supplies to PETCO retail stores in 16 states including Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.
FDA has no reports of pet illness or death associated with consumption of animal food distributed by PETCO, and does not have evidence that the food is unsafe for animals. However, the seized products were in permeable packages and held under conditions that could affect the food's integrity and quality.
As a precaution, consumers who have handled products originating from the PETCO distribution center should thoroughly wash their hands with hot water and soap. Any surfaces that came in contact with the packages should be washed as well. Consumers are further advised as a precaution to thoroughly wash products sold in cans and glass containers from PETCO in the 16 affected states.
If a pet has become ill after eating these food products, pet owners should contact their veterinarian and report illnesses to FDA state consumer complaint coordinators.
April 3rd 2008 3:49 pm
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We have to answer 4 questions in our diary and tag 4 friends.
name 4 jobs that you have:
1. Official Greeter
2. Bunny & Squirrel Chaser
3. Mom's walking buddy
4. Dad's playmate.
name 4 places where you have lived ( or stayed at ):
1. Uncle Tony's house with Mom(my first house)
2. Mom & Dad's 1st house ( till i was 6yrs )
3. Mom & Dad's 2nd house. (from 6yrs to 11 /12 yrs)
4. Now I live at the Rainbow Bridge.
name 4 places that you have been:
1. Dairy Queen
2. Grandma & Granpa's house
4. Vet's office
name 4 places you'd rather be:
1. Home with Mom & Dad
2. Home with Mom & Dad
3. Home with Mom & Dad
4. Home with Mom & Dad
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