Did your dog get Rawhide for Christmas?
Have you seen it in pet shops and just grabbed it as a cheap treat?
Do your dog a favour and take the pledge, to find out the ugly truth about Raw Hide!
Once you take the pledge well issue you with a $10 voucher to use at Laila and Me, where you can treat your dog to a healthy natural alternative like goat horn or deer antler.
Check out this video of what to do with any Rawhide left in your house, credit to the smart @_thelifeof_leo
Rawhide – the nasty truth
Hides are stripped from the cow and soaked in chemicals to ensure it “preserves” the product during transport to help prevent it going rancid/rotten enroute to the tannery!
Now at the tannery, it’s time for another chemical bath of ash-lye solution or a highly toxic recipe of sodium sulphide liming. This toxic solution disintegrates any hair or fat that may be left on the hide.
Now it’s time to make that hide shine, and more visually appealing to the dog owner! Hides are bleached and whitened using a solution of hydrogen peroxide and bleach; this will also help remove the smell of the rotten or putrid leather.
Independent testing of rawhides has been known to contain: Lead, Arsenic, Mercury, Chromium salts, Formaldehyde and other toxic chemicals.
I promise to join the #mydogsaysnotorawhide movement and raise awareness on why this treat is dangerous and needs to be banned in Australia.
I promise to do this by saving and sharing the below image on my social media platforms as well as the hashtag #mydogsaysnotorawhide and pledge to NEVER give my dog a rawhide treat, and opt for a more healthy and nutritional treat.