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DogOwn3r
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13-07-2017, 11:20 AM

Beware of this dog food

On May 22, 2017, a man purchased a bag of dog food from Petsmart made by the brand Castor & Pollux Natural Petworks. They claim to be ‘The Leader In Organic And Natural Pet Food’, but after this man’s disturbing incident, Castor & Pollux may now also be known to be ‘The Leader In Dog Food With Worms.’

The man says when he opened the bag of Castor & Pollux Grain-Free Lamb and Peas recipe bag, he saw moving worms with a nest built right inside the bag! Yuck!!

Upon further research, you will find out that Nestle, who now owns this brand, has been known for many worms in dog food cases in the past, including deaths of many animals. Nestle is also owned by one of the biggest corrupt company in the world named Monsanto, so go figure!

Just do your own research and you will find a whole bunch of information pertaining to these companies and many complaints and lawsuits regarding stuff like worms in dog food to poisons in pet foods.

The man [a social network] Lived the entire experience.

Please share this video and make it go viral as more dog/pet owners need to see what these companies are feeding our beloved animals.

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13-07-2017, 11:28 AM
They look like maggots to me and anyway what worms build nests?
Normal people would just take the item back to the store.
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13-07-2017, 11:52 AM
Flies have laid their eggs on the food after cooking. These have hatched into maggots, which have been trapped inside the sealed bag - and have been able to use the kibble as their food source. Occasionally contamination happens, - in human food as well as animal products. As Trouble says, no conspiracy theory, just return the bag for an exchange.
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13-07-2017, 03:24 PM
Is it me, or is that bag half empty?

If so, storage may be the problem
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14-07-2017, 08:33 AM
May well not be the manufactures fault. If retailers leave these bags in damp conditions or get damaged in transit a small hole is all that is needed for flies to get in and leave their eggs. Even home owners can often leave bags unsealed after use and then quickly blame the manufactures without any proof.

Those products by the way are not I think sold in the UK here where this forum site is based
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20-07-2017, 01:45 PM
Yes I doubt it is a constant occurrence, maybe just an unlucky batch
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