Peanut Butter Should Not be Fed to Dogs- FDA Warning

The shocking truth is a common sweetener that is found in many different products is FDA approved for humans but is often fatal for our canine friends. The FDA recently issued a strong warning to pet owners in regards to a sweetener known as Xylitol. This ingredient is found in many different products such as mints, chewing gum, and many nut-based kinds of butter such as peanut butter. This ingredient is classified as a sugar alcohol, and it is FDA-approved for human consumption.

However when dogs consume products that contain this artificial sweetener they often become extremely sick or fatally ill. There has been a large increase in canine deaths related to this compound which has led to the newly issued warning by the FDA. The shocking truth is people if it is FDA-approved nine times out of ten you probably shouldn’t be consuming it.

Did you know that the FDA has approved one of the most deadliest pharmaceuticals on the market today to be prescribed to kids as young as 6 years old? That’s right the FDA has approved for Oxycontin to be prescribed to children as young as 6. Now do you think that the FDA and government knows best? I didn’t think so.

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