|Barked: Fri May 20, '11 2:32pm PST |
|My dogs don't get rawhides (whether seizures or not) and they are definately not lacking or living a sheltered life, with kongs and bully sticks galore!
I know you see this as hysteria, and trying to minimize it, but there might be a dog owner out there trying to wonder why their dog had a seizure, who may never even think about rawhides or other food with chemicals in it. It's a possibility to be aware of, that's all, not something to freak out over.
All I wanted to know about this particular brand is whether all the claims on the dog forums are true, or just spreading like a chain mail or something. Many things may cause seizures but if this ONE is causing them almost all the time, then that's something to know about.
I protect my dogs from toxic substances or foods that can hurt them, and they are very happy and living life to the fullest still. They go outside every day normally twice a day off leash not in bubbles, they eat the foods that are healthy, they get treats, and they play games. If Exer-hide has a history of causing seizures in epileptic dogs or healthy dogs, that's pretty important.
Edited by author Fri May 20, '11 2:39pm PST
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