The Ol'Roys dog food

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    amy2614posted 14 years ago

    look my dog got sick when i feed him that food in Augs and know i do not know what to do about it cause he is losing his hair and he is thin. he is a pug and pug are not thin they are chucky. so i would like to know what i can do abut it. he has sores on him and things like that. so if you can write me on my email address pls tell me what to do about it. i want him to get better thank you for helping

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      ptmilbyposted 14 years agoin reply to this

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      first if you can prove that your dog became ill from feeding of that specific dog food brand then you should seek medical attention for your pet, then if your vet can provide verifaction that it was indeed from the dog food then you should contact an attorney.because it is in their liability for the health of your dog if they are indeed the reason for making your dog ill.

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        SirDentposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        And he/she is finally here. tongue

  2. Misha profile image65
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    Waiting for a sock puppet to chime in with the link lol

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      Anitha1978posted 14 years agoin reply to this

      is this the same as the Wife and the Email Account fairytales misha??? roll

      1. Misha profile image65
        Mishaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        99.99% yes smile

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          Anitha1978posted 14 years agoin reply to this

          what you said previously was 100% correct Misha. see the similiarities of the 2 storytellers? both just signed up.... there should be a 24hr wait for new sign-ups to start posting in the forums if not this will go on and on and on and on and on and on......I am guessing this is a law firm spam. any takers lol

  3. Misha profile image65
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    Surprisingly without a link...

    ...yet big_smile

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      SirDentposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      It will come I'm sure. How much do you thin Ol'Roy should be sued for? I am thinking a number that is very very high. maybe like $986,675,334,291. 98

      Think that would be enough?

  4. Misha profile image65
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    I think $986,675,334,291. 99 will be more fair lol

  5. SweetiePie profile image83
    SweetiePieposted 14 years ago

    If the story were true about the dog food I think these people would be concentrating on writing complaint letters and building a case on this company rather than posting about it on the Internet.  We had three dogs that all mysteriously died after being treated at one vet's office, so could I say that the vet was responsible?  No, it was probably just a coincidence and the time for each of those pets to go.  We live in way too much of a blame happy culture anyway and pets can get sick or die from a multitude of reasons, not just because they ate brand x of dog food.

  6. Kika Rose profile image68
    Kika Roseposted 14 years ago

    I hate to break it to you, Amy, but there was a total recall of a specific type of Ol'Roy dog food because some sort of contamination had gotten into the food. I can't remember all the specifics of it, but I do know that Ol'Roy has had quite a few problems with food-related illnesses in dogs. Have you tried switching to a different brand or taking your pug to the vet? You can't sit here and whine and NOT have taken the poor dog in for a check-up. That would be extremely cruel and insensitive of you.

    Try switching brands. Diamond's a good one to go with; I almost swear by that stuff. Another one is PMI Nutrition Exclusive dog food. I don't know how new this brand is, but I'd never seen it before until my mom brought it home one day in an attempt to save money. But the food's exceptional for dogs.

    If you're not sure which brand you should go for, check out the ingredients label; it'll tell you just how good the food really is. You have to look for the meat product. How far down is it from the top of the list? If there are 4+ ingredients before the meat product, it's not a good buy. With that PMI stuff, Lamb is the first ingredient. Not Lamb Byproduct, or Lamb Meal, or any other meet byproduct substitute thing. Just straight Lamb. If you can find something with straight meat as the first ingredient, you've found the Golden Egg of dog foods.

    If switching brands doesn't help, then your dog has a medical condition not linked to the food and he needs medical attention immediately. Though, you should've brought him in at the first signs of a problem.


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