SAN FRANCISCO — You might not realize it, but you can drink your milk from the palm of your hand.
And you can eat the raw, unprocessed food you can find in the pet food aisle.
But what you don’t know is that the processed food you buy from the pet store, canned coconut oil, and pet food you see on the supermarket shelf is not only made from animal proteins, but also contains a high concentration of toxic ingredients.
“What are they doing to us?” said Karen, a pet owner in San Francisco, who asked not to give her last name.
Many pet owners say that the pet foods are often contaminated by chemicals that are not meant for human consumption.
While some veterinarians warn of the dangers of the food, others say that if you eat the food you might not even know that it’s being produced from an animal.
Even if you think that the food is safe, you can still get sick if you do not get the proper nutrition.
The truth is, there are so many things that go wrong when you consume pet foods, that you have no idea what’s in them.
You have no way of knowing what kind of antibiotics they’re using on you, or how much protein they’re feeding you.
Your veterinarian might be able to tell you how much vitamin d you’re getting.
But when it comes to the raw food, the information is not always readily available.
The truth is that pet foods can contain ingredients that can cause illness.
I think the pet industry is just as concerned about the human health as the public is, but I also think it’s important to understand that they’re responsible for what they put in their pet food.
And I think that they have an obligation to make sure that what they do is safe and that it does not harm the health of their pets.
Pet food manufacturers use a process called pasteurization, which is basically a process where chemicals are boiled in water.
In order to achieve pasteurizing the pet products, the food has to be heated, so the water heats up the pasteurizer and the proteins in the food.
It takes a long time to get to pasteurize the food because the pasteurized water heats the food up.
The pet food industry says that pasteurized food has a shelf life of up to 30 days.
But that’s not always true.
Some pet food manufacturers are now using heat resistant packaging that prevents spoilage and prevents pet food from getting damaged.
The manufacturers also tell consumers that the products are safe to consume, but it’s not easy to tell.
They usually use the term “natural” or “organic” when they’re selling pet food, but they’re actually manufacturing products from animal products.
There are so few of these pet food companies that it can be hard to know what’s actually in pet food and what is not.
For example, you may see the label saying that they use only ingredients that are safe, but in fact, some ingredients that you might see on a pet food label could actually be dangerous for you.
For example: The pet food brand “Natural” has a lot of soy.
Most pet food brands that are labeled “organic,” like “All Natural” and “Pure” are made from soybeans.
What you may not know is what you’re consuming is actually animal-based soybeans and what you are eating is animal-derived soybeans, including soybean meal, soy flour, soy protein, soy oil, soy lecithin, soy oils, soy lanolin, and other ingredients that have been chemically altered to be less healthy for humans.
Some of the petfood manufacturers also use a high percentage of animal fats.
This is done to get rid of the cholesterol that can make you high.
If you’re sensitive to cholesterol, this can be an issue.
But in some cases, animal-fat-free pet food can also cause heart problems.
It’s not unusual for pet food to be contaminated with animal proteins.
A lot of pet food contains protein from meat that’s raised in a factory.
It’s made up of proteins that are made by bacteria and viruses.
It can be a problem if you consume this protein in a large amount.
Poultry meat, for example, contains animal protein.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, many pet food products are contaminated with the antibiotic penicillin, which causes urinary tract infections in some pets.
The FDA also notes that some pet food may contain “proteins that may contain DNA damage.”
In addition, many veterinarians are warning that some of the ingredients in pet foods may be contaminated by other harmful substances.
For example, some pet foods have added preservatives that are designed to prevent bacteria from eating the food and producing harmful bacteria.
The added preservative is often called