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Foods Your Dog SHOULD NOT Eat

(According to the ASPCA)
- Artificial sweetners, especially xylitol.
- Grapes and raisins
- Chocolate
- Cocoa Mulch using in landscaping
- Fatty foods
- Nuts
- Onion
- Potatoes
- Turkey (linked to pancreatis)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Avocado
- Coffee
- Moldy or rancid food
- Salt
- Yeast dough
- Garlic

ASPCA Poison Control: 888-426-4435

Foods Your Cat SHOULD NOT Eat

- Grapes and raisins (kidney damage)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Baby food (may include onion powder)
- Bones
- Canned tuna
- Chocolate
- Coffee
- Tea
- Citrus oil
- Dog food
- Meat fat
- Liver
- Macadamia nuts
- Marijuana
- Dairy products, including milk
- Spoiled or rancid food
- Mushrooms
- Onions (in any form)
- Garlic (in any form)
- Persimmons
- Potato
- Tomato leaves
- Raw eggs
- Raw fish
- Salt
- Sugar
- Table scraps
- Tobacco
- Yeast dough

ASPCA Poison Control: 888-426-4435

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Support Pet Food Brands That Do Not Test on Animals


As of May 2009, IAMS still confines animals to cages to conduct cruel laboratory tests on them. After many years, they're not getting the message. Please Boycott IAMS and see which animal shelters are joining the boycott.

Returning Iams Products

You can return your IAMS Products here or check our latest list below (as of May 15, 2009).

Did you purchase an Iams product just before learning about the company’s cruel laboratory experiments on animals? Does Iams’ testing policy make you sick? If so, we encourage you to get a refund. Most retailers will allow you to return items for a full refund or exchange, even if the item has been opened and used and/or you do not have a receipt.

One of our members has also informed us that Iams will provide refunds to people who request one on the grounds that they object to Iams’ laboratory tests on animals.

By returning Iams products, you are letting the retailer and the company know that you will not support animal abuse. Be sure to tell them that you are returning the item because Iams conducts cruel laboratory experiments on animals. Also, remember to take Iams literature with you to the store and encourage the manager to stop selling Iams products and to stock cat and dog food that is not tested on animals in laboratories instead.

Check with your local retailer for more information about its refund policy.

Below are the refund policies of several national chain stores that sell Iams products.

· Costco
Will provide refunds for opened or unopened items without a receipt (must be a member).

· Kmart
Will provide refunds for items with a receipt or if the items were purchased with a credit card, debit card, or check.

Will provide refunds for already-opened items with a receipt.

· Kroger
Will provide refunds. It’s up to store manager if there is no receipt or if the items have been opened.

· Target
Will provide refunds for items with a receipt.

· Wal-Mart
Will provide refunds for items with a receipt. It’s up to the store manager if the items have already been opened.

· Winn Dixie
Will provide refunds for items with a receipt.

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PETA has contacted hundreds of companion-animal food companies, asking if they conduct laboratory tests on animals. PETA has compiled a list of which companies do and do not perform lab tests on animals.

The list is continually being updated at

This important note at the PETA website: If you have been feeding your companion animals commercial pet foods, you may be jeopardizing their health. Supermarket pet foods are often composed of ground-up parts of animals deemed by U.S. Department of Agriculture inspectors unfit for human consumption.

The flesh of animals who fall into one of the categories of the four D's—dead, dying, diseased, or disabled—is what often goes into pet food. Many of these animals have died of infections and other diseases.

In all but a few states, it is legal to remove unusable parts from chickens and sell them to pet food manufacturers. Most pet foods contain the same hormones, pesticides, and antibiotics that are found in commercial meat products for humans. If you are concerned about your companion animals' health and about the cruelty of the meat industry, now is the time to stop buying meat-based commercial pet food.

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