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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

From 2 January 2006 Issue


Date: 12/16/2005 10:03:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Sent from the Internet (Details)

I surgically removed a piece of a Greenie from a dog's small intestine day before yesterday. It had been bathed in hydrochloric acid for at least 24 hours and was completely soaked in the small intestine for at least another 24 hours, and was still hard as a rock and undigested. It caused a total intestinal obstruction and nearly killed the dog. Needless to say, we don't recommend them.

Paul Gustafson

Please feel free to post my comments to the group, but please use my name. Posting anonymous assertions doesn’t help the cause in the long run. Please add that I had a meeting last night with four emergency clinicians and they have seen one intestinal obstruction from a Greenie within the past week as well.
Best regards,

Paul Gustafson

The above article is an alleged report with all names alleged to be truthful.


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