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Read an article today in the newspaper called "No protections for pets" it made me think again about the things i buy for Roxy. to quote the article, "since there are no government standards for hazardous chemicals in pet products, it is not surprising that there were alarming levels of toxic chemicals found" the article gave a good site www.Healthystuff.org "first-ever guide to toxic chemicals in pet products"
 

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Thanks for the heads up. I know walking through the pet stores you have no idea what all the toys are made from and what they are painted with.
 

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its scary, according to the article, "tennis balls intended for pets were much more likely to contain lead. sports tennis balls contained no lead" and Roxy was just playing with a big leopard printed tennis ball i bought her. :(
 

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Thanks for the site. So many people can use that for their kids whether they are 4 legs or 2 legs. I have bookmarked it to check things from now on. Give Roxy a big hug.
 

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Added to my favorites! Thanks for the link. :D
 
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