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Palm Fruit Oil is TOXIC to dogs
August 12, 2018
This and all of Zesty Paws products has PALM FRUIT OIL in them, a cheap additive and dangerous/toxic to dogs. My vet told me to stay away from any brand that uses this as a filler and to research for myself if I didn't believe him. I did my homework and was sad that I was giving this to my dogs thinking I am keeping them alive longer. I was only hurting them long-term. While my dogs are ok now, it will affect them down the road. Kidneys are one of the main organs it affects and kidney damage is not an option for my fur children. (The first signs that palm oil is making your dogs sick is diarrhea, loose stools and vomiting.) While a lot of dogs do not show these signs for quite possibly a year or 2. You will start to see it affect them long-term because it is building up in their system. They put it in peanut butter too so if you heard about checking your peanut butter ingredients for xylitol, they also say check your peanut butter for palm fruit oil. Hence the reason why most brands are toxic to dogs. This stuff will work for now but think about long term my fellow fur parents. Once they replace the palm fruit oil with coconut oil or something that is not toxic. I will not purchase from here. All of my friends and family have stopped ordering this also. I am saddened by this but have switched to a little bit more expensive powder that I add to their food. MANY vitamin brands have Palm Fruit Oil because it is a CHEAP filler to make the product cheaper so they can MAKE MORE MONEY, so be sure to CHECK THE LABELS. They are deceiving and add them in the LOWER section of the LABELS. I buy Nupro All Natural Dog Supplement GOLD now because it was literally one of the only brands I found without this filler but there are others. You just have to spend time looking and spend a little bit more money like 10-15 bucks more to ensure a longer life for your fur children.