GHello sir i m now onto my second year in B.E.
the actual biotech studies start from this year
thank you for giving a place in you
my self Manjunath you can call me by any name which you think suits my personality
Thanks for the warning. I certainly won't be feeding our labrador (nor cat) Chinese food. It's odd though cos there are definitely tinned foods (which we don't use) that contain cooked onion, and our trainer sells hard-baked liver and garlic cake.
Yeah, I knew about onions and grapes. But, presumably not cooked onion, because that's listed in the ingredients in some dog food? And, what about garlic? My dog-training school sells cooked liver and garlic bits as training treats... What about raisins and other dried grapes?
Hi, thanks for friending me. I tried to find something I'd written linking animals and nanotech, but the closest I got was a warning I wrote just before Xmas 2007 about dogs and chocolate. Any comments very welcome
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