Propylene glycol in pet treats

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    Propylene glycol, found in body washes, hair gels, shampoos, hair sprays and one of the main ingredients in antifreeze and also found in… some of your dog’s favorite treats! They say propylene glycol is safe to use in food products but the reality is it’s not. This is what I call a silent killer. It is not “dangerous” if ingested in small quantities but it will get accumulated in the system over time and can be extremely toxic and even deadly, only if ingested, that’s why it’s included in our beauty products that we use externally. If it has killed humans that have consumed it, now imagine what it can do in dogs and cats over time? follow extended comments in facebook and follow us on twitter @pupcatfacts for more info

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    But it keeps them from freezing in the winter!

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