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I Think My Dog Is Trying To Kill Me.....

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I got super excited when I wrote to a company that makes bacon flavored salts and they replied back that the salts were gluten free. I ordered up a three pack of their tasty concoctions only to receive them, read the label and see the words..." contains wheat". I left the containers on the counter since I couldn't eat them, I was going to give them to my mom so at least my 15.00 would not be wasted....

I came home from work the next day and my dog and gotten the containers off the counter and had the product strewn all over the floor, his dog bed and my bed!!!! After stripping the sheets, taking them outside, shaking them out and vacuuming up the mess....I felt a tightness in my face....about 3 seconds later, I had little pimple like blisters around my nose and mouth and they hurt like hell! Oh Crap, I thought to myself...I have been poisoned! I went to work the following day thinking the rash was all I would suffer...boy was I wrong. I am now on my second day of writhing pain on the couch. The anxiety and paranoia have returned...I haven't slept since Tuesday night..guess this is going to be my M.O.......stupid Gluten!

Thanks for listening to me vent...gotta take the dog out......

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What a stupid company. You would think if they didn't know what gluten was they would have at least looked it up :o:rolleyes: Sorry you got sick. Your dog needs some training :P

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Be sure to email or call the company to let them know how angry you are for getting a product that contained gluten after asking. They need to know how important it is to give the correct infomation. Ask for a refund too.

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Woofie woof woof! That was the doggies saying he was just trying to protect mommy by eating all that nasty gluten himself. :D

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I always specify 'does it contain, wheat, rye, barley or any of it's derivitives'. Some folks just don't know what gluten is. I am really glad you read the label before consuming.

IF you ever have to clean up powdered gluten again please do wear a face mask. When you breathed it in and it came into contact with those mucous membranes in your nose and mouth it got you.

I hope you recover quickly from this and that your little doggie friend doesn't end up with a belly ache himself.

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"and had the product strewn all over the floor, his dog bed and my bed!!!!"

I was thinking, if they tasted better the dog would have eaten all of it. lol

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