Propylene Glycol in Dog Food is a Killer

 Propylene Glycol in Dog Food is a Killer

Propylene glycol is probably safe — in small, infrequent doses.  I would bet your dog eats the same food, day after day after day.  SO this is probably building up in his system. Stop feeding your pet any food that has this in the ingredients before it is too late. Propylene Glycol in dog food is a Killer.

Propylene Glycol in Dog Food

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Unlike most humans who are inclined to vary their diets with each meal, dogs are typically fed the same food on a perpetual basis — meal-after-meal, every day for a lifetime and it’s that continuous exposure to a synthetic substance like propylene glycol that tends to keep us up at night. A buildup of anything toxic to our bodies as well as animals will create damage to our systems and therefore, diseases. It’s sad how the FDA allows many toxins into our foods and says it’s OK. No wonder there are so many people and animals sick in this world.

For this very reason, pet owners may wish to consider the potential long term consequences of including this or any other non-nutritive additive in any food when making a purchase.  You must read the labels on your pets food to see what you are feeding them.


Ingredients to avoid:

  • Corn and wheat gluten
  • Meat and grain meals and by-products
  • BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole)
  • BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene)
  • Ethoxyquin
  • Food Dyes (Blue 2, Red 40, Yellow 5 and 6, 4-MIE)
  • PG (Propylene Glycol)
  • Rendered fat



If your pet has eaten tainted treats, symptoms may include:
Decreased appetite
Decreased activity
Increased water consumption
Increased urination
Anal/Rectal bleeding






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