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Animals can react to MSG found in monosodium glutamate or hidden in other ingredients found in pet food.  The most common reported reactions are skin rash and seizures.  Following is an E-mail sent by a concerned pet owner.

 

Subj:

Pet Food & MSG 

Date:

8/17/2004 1:48:20 AM Central Standard Time

From:


To:

ADandJack@aol.com

Sent from the Internet

 

Dear Folks,  would you consider adding an article on MSG in our Pet Food.  Just about all the grocery store dog food and most of the canned cat food has various products with an msg base.  What can we do about this???   Our pets are much smaller than we are and surely this is extremely bad for their small frame.  God help us all.  Also,  how about my favorite ice cream which is Haagen Daz.    I eat the simple flavors, Vanilla, Chocolate, Butter Pecan.  I eat it because the original flavors are cream, skim milk, vanilla, chocolate.  Anyways,  thank you for being here.  God Bless your work.  M.D. 

 
 
 
 

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IF MSG ISN'T HARMFUL, WHY IS IT HIDDEN?