Artificial Sweeteners kill dogs


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Did not know about sweateners. Lilys & Cats I Do Know. I guess If you love cats Don't put the Cat mint next to the Lilly's.
 
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Yoir cynicisms are showing. I would like to hear an amount per pound at least once on one of these written works. I am NOT allowing peanut butter to be banned from my house no matter what these folks are selling. Of course there is only one kind of peanut butter worth having around so I have to admit that my spoon is stuck in a certain mud so to speak.
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From the FDA article linked there:

Symptoms of xylitol poisoning in dogs include vomiting, followed by symptoms associated with the sudden lowering of your dog’s blood sugar, such as decreased activity, weakness, staggering, incoordination, collapse and seizures.
Don't think I've ever noticed sweeteners in peanut butter apart from a small amount of sugar, but I guess it always pays to be careful!
 
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