Christine, I am so sorry about your dog.HoundMusicMember
Since this old thread has been resurrected I’ll add in my two cents. I am not someone who blames food every time the dog gets a sniffle, nor am I of the belief the trendy, “holistic” foods are inherently better than the supposedly low end brands. In fact, I started feeding Science Diet around 2009, after a disastrous stint with Wellness. Early in 2013, the bags/formula changed, and, long story short, from about April-July of that year I had five dogs suddenly develop terminal diseases. Four cancers, one degenerative myelopathy. Five mostly unrelated dogs getting sick in a three month period is not coincidence.
Perdí mis dos mascotas este año con solo quince días de diferencia. Si tan solo los malditos veterinarios nos dijeran paren ! No le de mas de ese maldito alimento hills, ellos no hubiesen muerto! Eran bellos , muy bellos. Cuidarlos tanto para que este alimento de mierda los envenenara.
Estoy de acuerdo, Hills mata a los cachorros. Perdí a mis dos mascotas por esa maldita comida y malos veterinarios que recomiendan su uso. Fue una muerte horrible. El mas grande de comia 7+ y la más pequeña de 1-6
- This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by Lita C. Reason: Hills mata los animales
Can someone translate the above two posts?
I lost my two pets this year only fifteen days apart. If only the damned veterinarians told us to stop! There’s no such damned food in the hills, they would not have died! They were beautiful, very beautiful. Caring for them for this ******* food will poison them.
I agree, Hills destroys the puppies. I lost my two pets for that food and bad veterinarians who recommend its use. It was a horrible death. The largest of meals 7+ and the smallest of 1-6Carla BMember
I am also questioning Hill’s Science Diet. I had two Chihuahua’s. Not related, and one was a year older. Widget died in Sept. 2017 from rapid onset Canine Dementia. She went from “perfect” mean little Chihuahua to an empty shell of a dog within one month. She was 12 years old. Our other Chi, Miss Pepper was fine and was 11 years old. EXACTLY one year later, the same thing happened to Pepper. The ONLY thing they had in common was diet. They ate Hill’s Science diet from the time they were 8 weeks old. They had the puppy formula, and the adult formula and then the Senior formula for “Small Breed”. How is it that they both suffered the same disease, but were not litter mates or related in any way? I honestly believe it was the dog food that killed my two little girls.
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