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No.There was a rumor circulating in spring 2015 that canine carryouts was making dogs sick due to a type of antifreeze included in the ingredients.however all claims were unfounded.the ingredient propylene glycol is extremely different from ethylene glycol,which is antifreeze found in vehicles.propylene glycol has been tested extensively and has been ruled safe for use in dog related products however it is not safe when used in cat products.

Canine Carry... | Answered on Feb 22, 2016 | 862 views


I would suggest that you ask that question of your veterinarian.

Canine Carry... | Answered on Jan 07, 2016 | 1,162 views


no recall on this product. it was proven to be a hoax

Canine Carry... | Answered on Sep 23, 2015 | 1,173 views


This product causes no symptoms because it has not harmed any animals

Canine Carry... | Answered on Sep 23, 2015 | 862 views


No, this product was not recalled. the claim on Facebook saying it had Antifreeze was a hoax

Canine Carry... | Answered on Sep 23, 2015 | 787 views


NO,READ THIS. Propylene glycol

Canine Carry... | Answered on Jun 08, 2015 | 1,789 views


no,it doesn't

Canine Carry... | Answered on Jun 08, 2015 | 770 views


it's safe,read this... Propylene glycol

Canine Carry... | Answered on Jun 08, 2015 | 911 views


Yes, propylene Glycol or antifreeze is very dangerous for dogs. It tastes kind of sweet and they may drink it. According to PetMD: " less than three ounces (or 88 ml) of antifreeze is sufficient to poison a medium-sized dog. Antifreeze poisoning affects the brain, liver, and kidneys." This is why it can also cause seizures.

Canine Carry... | Answered on May 03, 2015 | 957 views


Here is a little info on t how at:
Avoid pet food with potentially toxic ingredients www.feedingfidoandfluffy.com/pet-food-is-no-place-for-cancer-causing-to...Jul 18, 2013 - Artificial preservatives, colors and flavorings do not belong in pet food. ... Manypet treats sold in grocery stores, discount stores and major pet stores contain ... Several well-known pet foods contain propylene glycol. ... Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Chicken RecipeĀ®, and Pup-Peroni Original Beef RecipeĀ®Treats.

Canine Carry... | Answered on Apr 01, 2015 | 679 views


Propylene glycol is a controversial additive used to help preserve the moisture content in some commercial dog foods.

You may already recognize this chemical by its more "infamous" use: as the key component in newer automotive antifreeze.

However, propylene glycol is considerably safer (less toxic) than its far more dangerous cousin - ethylene glycol.

Yet because of its proven ability to cause a serious type of blood disease - Heinz body anemia - propylene glycol has been banned by the FDA for use in cat food.

However, it can still be used to make dog food. I PERSONALY WOULD NOT GIVE IT TO MY PET.

Canine Carry... | Answered on Nov 02, 2014 | 1,643 views

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