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Strupeni priboljški - pazi

(kopiram iz enega od sosednjih forumov, če je že kje me prosim zbrišite. Priznam da nisem bila kaj dosti online zadnja dva dni...)


Že skoraj 600 smrtnih žrtev strupenih pasjih priboljškov -

Iz ZDA poročajo že o skoraj 600 poginih psov, ki so domnevno povezani s priboljški iz sušene mesnine (ki imajo v imenu 'jerky'), ki so bili proizvedeni na Kitajskem. Od leta 2007 je zbolelo že 3.600 psov in 10 mačk, od tega je bilo 580 primerov smrtnih. Ameriška Administracija za živila in zdravila (FDA) opozarja vse lastnike psov naj se ogibajo sušenih mesnin s poreklom iz Kitajske, kajti zaenkrat še ni znano kaj točno je vzrok za veliko število pasjih poginov.

Znano pa je, da se v nekaj urah od zaužitja suhih priboljškov iz piščanca, race, sladkega krompirja in/ali suhega sadja pri nekaterih psih pokaže zmanjpan apetit, apatičnost, bruhanje in diareja (včasih krvava), povečano pitje vode in/ali povečano uriniranje. V resnih primerih pride do odpovedi ledvic in krvavitve prebavil, medtem ko nekateri porčajo tudi o kolapsu, krčih in kožnih izpuščajih.

Na svoji uradni strani FDA poziva vse veterinarje in lastnike psov, naj jim posredujejo kakršne koli informacije, povezane s suhimi priboljški. Trenutno vzroka nenadne bolezni ne poznajo, zato opozarjajo tudi vse lastnike naj se izogibajo dajanju teh priboljškov (jerky) svojim ljubljenčkom.

FDA-jev Center za veterinarsko medicino (CVM) je izvedel preko 1,200 raziskav, obiskal tovarne proizvajalcev na Kitajskem ter sodeloval s tujimi vladami in laboratoriji, a vzrok zaenkrat še vedno ostaja neznan. Prav tako ni jasno za katere proizvajalce sušenih priboljškov gre, je pa večina problematičnih priboljškov proizvedena na Kitajskem.

Januarja 2013 so z Ameriškega trga že umaknili več takšnih produktov z izvorom s Kitajske, saj so v njih odkrili prisotnost več kot 6 različnih zdravil. Čeprav je bila vsebnost teh zdravil zelo majhna in je malo verjetno, da je bila vzrok za bolezen, je po umiku FDA zaznal zmanjšanje pojavnosti bolezni, povezanih z uživanjem teh priboljškov. Vendar pa ta upad povezujejo predvsem z zmanjšanjem ponudbe in povezano zmanjšano konsumpcijo tovrstnih priboljškov na splošno, ne pa s konkretnimi, umaknjenimi produkti.

Pri nas je ponudba tovrstnih priboljškov bistveno manjša kot v ZDA, vendar pa jih ponujajo nekatere večje trgovine za pse in spletne trgovine. Vsekakor se je takšnih priboljškov najbolje izogibati ali vsaj ,preden svojemu psu ponudite takšen priboljšek, preveriti njegovo poreklo. Če tudi vaš pes po uživanju priboljškov pokaže katerega od zgoraj navedenih simpotomov, nemudoma obiščite veterinarja in po možnosti vzemite s seboj tudi embalažo priboljškov ter preostale priboljške za morebitno testiranje.

Mogoče raje posegate po naravnih pasjih priboljških, proizvedenih na lokalni ravni. Wink Med te sodijo npr. : bikovke, sušeni goveji goltanci, svinjska ušesa, ki naj bodo brez ostalih dodatkov in konzervansov ali kakorkoli predelani in stisnjeni v različne trakove, palčke, pasje piškote ... ...

udomačen tiger
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Your Cat: Simple New Secrets to a Longer, Stronger Life
by Elizabeth M. Hodgkins
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moksa je napisal/-a:Omenja se tudi Nestlejevo Purino: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2013/10/f ... nCl2SRHmQQ


Purina je januarja 2013 odpoklicala Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch
priboljške zaradi vsebnosti v ZDA nedovoljenega antibiotika (ki pa je
v Evropi in na Kitajskem dovoljen, hm):

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Vir: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2013/01/p ... nDB_M7RKcO
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Kopiram iz enega od sosednjih forumov:

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udomačen tiger
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Kaj je tole res?!? :O :O :O Ali spet kakšna antipropaganda?

RAWHIDE DANGERS
anyone still buying and feeding these to your pets, please read! for Pet's Sake!

First and foremost I stress that it is crucial to always verify sourcing and manufacturing of anything you feed your pet. 98% of beef rawhide products available in Canada ARE SOURCED/MANUFACTURED IN CHINA! Full of chemicals, glue and dawg knows what else that is dangerously toxic to pets!
READ ON.................
Rawhide chews and bones are very popular for dogs. They come in all sorts of sizes, and they are pretty economical to buy. Depending on the dog, a rawhide can last days or even weeks!
However, rawhide is extremely dangerous. It is so dangerous, that I am stunned that most stores still sell it
In fact, the Humane Society of the United States discourages rawhide consumption and lists it among the dangerous household products for pets (next to pesticides and cleaning chemicals). If you still use rawhide, read on to find out more about why you should stop
What Is Rawhide, Anyway?
It’s the inner layer of cow or horse hides that has been cleaned and stripped of hair. Some rawhides also contain the skin from dogs. An investigation by Humane Society International stated in their report, “In a particularly grisly twist, the skins of brutally slaughtered dogs in Thailand are mixed with other bits of skin to produce rawhide chew toys for pet dogs. Manufacturers told investigators that these chew toys are regularly exported to and sold in U.S. and Canadian stores.” In order to remove the hair from this layer, the hide must be soaked in chemicals, primarily sodium sulfide. It’s as toxic as it sounds. It’s then washed and whitened with hydrogen peroxide, dried, and pressed into the treats you see in the stores (sometimes they add flavorings or coatings to make them appetizing for dogs). Other toxins, such as arsenic and formaldehyde have been detected in rawhide treats as well. Rawhide is classified neither as a human food nor pet food, so there are no regulations over its production.

Dangers of Rawhide
Choking - Probably the biggest danger of them all is the risk of choking. If you’ve ever watched a dog chew on a rawhide, you know how stringy, soft, and long it can become. At some point, a dog will have worked at it long enough that he’s chewed off pieces small enough to fit into his mouth and even into his esophagus, but that’s often where the buck stops. The rawhide can quickly and easily become lodged in his throat, blocking his airway and potentially tearing his esophagus’ lining as it tries to work its way down. This is a life-threatening emergency and without immediate vet attention, the dog could perish. Here are signs that a piece might be lodged in his throat:
Drooling
Panicking
Pawing at his mouth
Not being able to swallow food or water

Contamination - Because it is made from animal skins and material, salmonella is a huge concern. It’s fairly common for a standard rawhide bone to be laced with this bacteria. In fact, between 2008 and 2011, there were 6 major FDA recalls of rawhide due to salmonella.
They also contain chemicals that are extremely harmful to your dog. Mercury and lead are a few of several chemicals which have been found in rawhide chews. Mercury and lead are both known for causing massive destruction to internal structures. They are also known for causing reproductive issues and respiratory conditions.

Digestive Distress and Intestinal Blockage – If your dog does successfully swallow a piece, what happens next can be just as dangerous. The rawhide swells up in the intestine or stomach, causing severe GI distress. This can lead to diarrhea, vomiting, and pancreatitis. Rawhide is not digestible, so your dog has to pass it as he ingests it. If he does not, a blockage occurs, and surgery is required.
Rawhide is absolutely one of the most dangerous treats that you can give to your dog. Unfortunately, a lot of manufacturers and pet stores still do very well at selling the product. But because there are a lot of uninformed consumers, the sale of rawhide products will likely continue. However, now that you are informed of the dangers of rawhide chews, we hope that you will no longer allow your pet to eat or chew them.
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udomačen tiger
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Najdla še več informacij o tem, kako strupena je sušena koža... :O

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THE MOST DANGEROUS PET CHEW EVER: RAWHIDE!

How can one of the most popular chew sticks on the planet be so dangerous for your pets, you ask? I mean, most dogs chew on rawhide for hours on end, and not only does it keep them busy, but they seem to last forever.
Well if you understood what it took to make this toxic “raw” leather stick, you would quickly understand what the problem is.

Aside from the horror stories circulating all over social media these days, of pets needing emergency surgery after consuming rawhide, the majority of pet parents today, especially the newbies, believe that this chew is some sort of dried up meat stick. Let me debunk that myth right away!
A rawhide stick is not the by-product of the beef industry nor is it made of dehydrated meat. Rather, rawhide is the by-product of the “Leather Industry”, so theoretically it is a leather chew. Sounds awesome, right?
“Producing rawhide begins with the splitting of an animal hide, usually from cattle. The top grain is generally tanned and made into leather products, while the inner portion, in its “raw” state, goes to the dogs.” TheBark.com

So, how does this leather, which is conveniently rolled up into pretty shapes, actually get made into those rawhide chews?
Follow along my friends and I will enlighten you on how this hide travels through a leathery process where it transforms from hide to a not-so beautiful, colorful, chew stick. Here is a paraphrased tutorial that was explained by the whole dog journal several years back:

STEP 1: Normally, cattle hides are shipped from slaughterhouses to tanneries for processing. These hides are then treated with a chemical bath to help “preserve” the product during transport to help prevent spoilage. (No one wants to purchase a black, spoiled rawhide stick!)
Once at the tannery: the hides are soaked and treated with either an ash-lye solution or a highly toxic recipe of sodium sulphide liming. This process will help strip the hair and fat that maybe attached to the hides themselves. (No, no one wants to see a hairy hide…)

Next on this glorious journey, these hides are then treated with chemicals that help “puff” the hide, making it easier to split into layers.
The outer layer of the hide is used for goods like car seats, clothing, shoes, purses, etc. But, it’s the inner layer that is needed to make the rawhide. (Oh and other things like gelatin, cosmetics, and glue as well!)

STEP 2: Now that we have the inner layer of the hide, it’s time to go to the post-tannery stage! Hides are washed and whitened using a solution of hydrogen peroxide and/or bleach; this will also help remove the smell of the rotten or putrid leather. Bonus!
(Research also shows that other chemicals maybe used here to help the whitening process if the bleach isn’t strong enough.)

STEP 3: Now it’s time to make these whitened sheets of this “leathery by-product” look delicious! So, here is where the artistic painting process comes in.
“Basted, smoked, and decoratively tinted products might be any color (or odor) underneath the coating of (often artificial) dyes and flavors. They can even be painted with a coating of titanium oxide to make them appear white and pretty on the pet store shelves.” - whole-dog-journal.com
“…the Material Safety Data Sheet reveals a toxic confection containing the carcinogen FD&C Red 40, along with preservatives like sodium benzoate. But tracking the effects of chemical exposure is nearly impossible when it’s a matter of slow, low-dose poisoning.”– thebark.com

Ok, now that these hides have been painted, it’s time for the final process.

STEP 4: Getting it to last forever!
Because the FDA does not consider these chews to be food, really it’s a free for all when it comes to the manufacturers of these leather strips, and the products they may want to add to these chews, to get them to last forever. Any sort of glue can be added here to get these bad boys to never come apart.
When tested: Lead, arsenic, mercury, chromium salts, formaldehyde, and other toxic chemicals have been detected in raw hides. So it’s safe to say that any sort of glues can be used as well!

Finally, it’s time to package and attach all the glorious marketing labels to the product.

Check out the fine print warning that’s attached with some of these rawhides:
“Choking or blockages. If your dog swallows large pieces of rawhide, the rawhide can get stuck in the esophagus or other parts of the digestive tract. Sometimes, abdominal surgery is needed to remove them from the stomach or intestines. If it isn’t resolved, a blockage can lead to death.“

(Oh, how lovely…)

And there it is! It’s now ready to be shipped to store shelves where it can be purchased for our loving animal companions.
How do proactive veterinarians feel about these chews?
Here is world-renowned veterinarian Doctor Karen Becker's take on the matter:

“The name ‘rawhide’ is technically incorrect. A more accurate name would be processed-hide, because the skin isn’t raw at all. But the term “rawhide” has stuck.
Rawhide chews start out hard, but as your dog works the chew it becomes softer, and eventually he can unknot the knots on each end and the chew takes on the consistency of a slimy piece of taffy or bubble gum. And by that time your dog cannot stop working it -- it becomes almost addictive.
At this point, there’s no longer any dental benefit to the chew because it has turned soft and gooey, and, in fact, it has become a choking and intestinal obstruction hazard.“

P.S. Ready for the jaw dropper?

An investigation by Humane Society International stated in their report, “In a particularly grisly twist, the skins of brutally slaughtered dogs in Thailand are mixed with other bits of skin to produce rawhide chew toys for pet dogs. Manufacturers told investigators that these chew toys are regularly exported to and sold in U.S. stores.” – dogingtonpost.com

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