How To Make Dog Cakes Part 2 - Microwave Dog Cakes

How to Make Dog Cakes Part 3 - Microwave Dog Cakes
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Someone should die for killing a turtle? I wish ppl were this passionate when a 13 black boy dies or a 16 year old black girl. Oh yeah, making fun of a family from a hood is sooo funny. This is sad. No one makes a huge deal when Sally from Burlington sacrifices a dog but when Jonasia from Dorchester microwaves a turtle, it’s the end of the world. Get over yourself. No one deserves to die over this. Focus on the Dylan Roofs of the world. They’re the ones that actually deserve death. Sad assholes.
How To Make Dog Cakes Part 2 - Microwave Dog Cakes
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Does a microwave put off some sort of high-frequency sound that hurts his ears? Has anyone else ever experienced this with a dog? None of my dogs have ever reacted this way, so I'm thinking it must be just something with Harley.The "urban legend" about the elderly woman who put her
toy poodle in the microwave oven to dry off isn't
really an urban legend! It happened in 1970 in a
suburb on the south side of Fort Worth, Texas. One of
the paramedics (volunteer fire department) who was
called to treat the woman after she had a heart-attack
was not only an amateur radio operator, but was
working for me at the time.

Of course the dog was killed although it didn't "blow
up" like the story has been told. However, there was
blood from the nose and mouth of the poor animal.
When the woman discovered what she had done, she did
suffer a heart-attack and the ambulance was called.
My employee was the first "on the scene". She did
survive without any problems and, I believe, that
several people went together and got her another toy
poodle. However, they told her to use a towel the
next time the dog got caught in the rain!

Glen Zook, K9STHThis continued for 2 minutes, as long as the microwave was going. I suppose if we'd been good dog parents, we would have shut off the microwave until he was finished eating, but we were laughing so hard that we couldn't.Microwave cooking is a great way to completely ruin home made dog food and promote cancer in dogs. For dog health and yours as well, please be aware of these microwave dangers.If it were me, I would warm up a loved snack in the microwave and hand them to the dog as s/he stood in the kitchen with me while I opened and closed the microwave.Surprise, surprise. I ran across a post at a forum I was visiting where one of the members gave complete instructions on microwave cooking home made dog food.