Re: vit D3 just killed my dog
Wed, 04 Mar 1998 13:26:03 -0800
.I feel the rat bait they sell now is strong enough to kill
pets and other animals that eat the rats. Don't trust the farm
stores that tell you that it will take a bucketfull of bait to kill your
dog as that is being proven wrong and I feel there will be secondary kill
because I have seen it. This is not an organic
product no matter what the USDA says..
At 02:54 PM 3/4/98 -0600, you wrote:
Sal... Where the hell doe=
this stuff come from. My dog and one other two blocks away were
poisoned... my dog was never allowed to run free and the other dog was
chained. After they showed symptoms the kidney damage was too great, but
the vet said after the shit had been in 'em a day or two it would've been
too late. I had confirmation biopsy done at U of Mich., U of Minnesota
and got same diagnosis.
These dogs were deliberately murdered. The question
is where in god's name the poisoner got concentrated vit D3. The farm
stores sell some preparations but they're diluted to the extent it would
take a bucketful of the bait to kill a dog. Maybe you can help me find
out. The suspicion is that whoever did this put it into a bait - candy,
sausage - that would have attracted the animals. But I live right next
door to a grade school and last time I heard kids like candy too and
aren't necessarily too fussy where they get it.
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