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Posted: 08/06/19 06:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

WOW! So many self-appointed dog food and micro-organism experts here in this forum! Who would have ever guessed. Dr. Doug, of course, does know what he is talking about, and should be listened to.

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I have BSL 2 lab work training and experience (testing human blood and serum samples). When your job entails developing new tests for biomarkers in human blood and serum samples you learn about pathogens and minimizing exposure risks.

You can read about the 4 bsl levels here
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BCSnob wrote:

I have BSL 2 lab work training and experience (testing human blood and serum samples). When your job entails developing new tests for biomarkers in human blood and serum samples you learn about pathogens and minimizing exposure risks.

You can read about the 4 bsl levels here
https://consteril.com/biosafety-levels-difference/


Mark does indeed know what he's talking about (and has the training and experience to back it up)!!! I value his input and our differences here are academic and minor.

Just sayin'


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Agreed

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My rescue girl is regularly fed raw farm eggs (might be dramatically different than grocery store). Dogs digestive tracts are more acidic than ours. I do not worry about contracting anything. Oh and she is a raw fed dog...healthy coat, not aggressive (LOL on that one), her teeth are WHITE not brown and she loves her food.


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Posted: 08/07/19 07:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BCSnob wrote:

I have BSL 2 lab work training and experience (testing human blood and serum samples). When your job entails developing new tests for biomarkers in human blood and serum samples you learn about pathogens and minimizing exposure risks.

You can read about the 4 bsl levels here
https://consteril.com/biosafety-levels-difference/

PhD in chemistry
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Posted: 08/07/19 07:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DownTheAvenue wrote:

BCSnob wrote:

I have BSL 2 lab work training and experience (testing human blood and serum samples). When your job entails developing new tests for biomarkers in human blood and serum samples you learn about pathogens and minimizing exposure risks.

You can read about the 4 bsl levels here
https://consteril.com/biosafety-levels-difference/

PhD in chemistry
25 years work experience as a research scientist at a biotech firm that develops, manufactures, and sells 100s of diagnostic tests used by pharmaceutical companies in drug development and research foundations for investigating human diseases.

Enough expertise for you?



Somebody's underwear is a little too tight!


Actually I would say his responses have been very well thought out. He obviously has the knowledge to defend his position and may be the most educated poster on this topic.

There is lots of unwarranted push back on a raw diet. Good to see someone so educated share his thoughts.


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dturm wrote:



Mark does indeed know what he's talking about (and has the training and experience to back it up)!!! I value his input and our differences here are academic and minor.

Just sayin'


I'll admit that I burst out laughing to think that Mark's expertise was being called into question....LOL!!! I appreciate the VERY well-balanced views both of you bring.

Last night on TV there was a woman who was licked by her dog on an open (minor) wound and got sepsis and an infection that I would have to look up - they admitted that it was extremely rare. She lost both legs and both hands as a life-saving measure - and they showed her letting her dog lick her face after all that. I think I would rather "die-by-dog" than go through life without any.

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Bionic Man wrote:

DownTheAvenue wrote:

BCSnob wrote:

I have BSL 2 lab work training and experience (testing human blood and serum samples). When your job entails developing new tests for biomarkers in human blood and serum samples you learn about pathogens and minimizing exposure risks.

You can read about the 4 bsl levels here
https://consteril.com/biosafety-levels-difference/

PhD in chemistry
25 years work experience as a research scientist at a biotech firm that develops, manufactures, and sells 100s of diagnostic tests used by pharmaceutical companies in drug development and research foundations for investigating human diseases.

Enough expertise for you?



Somebody's underwear is a little too tight!


Actually I would say his responses have been very well thought out. He obviously has the knowledge to defend his position and may be the most educated poster on this topic.

There is lots of unwarranted push back on a raw diet. Good to see someone so educated share his thoughts.


Oh no, having an advanced degree myself, I appreciate an educated response. Its just that Mr. Bionic Man self promoted and was snarky, which was uncalled for. Others who responded in the thread most certainly don't have expertise, just anecdotal comments.

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Posted: 08/17/19 10:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DownTheAvenue wrote:

Bionic Man wrote:

DownTheAvenue wrote:

BCSnob wrote:

I have BSL 2 lab work training and experience (testing human blood and serum samples). When your job entails developing new tests for biomarkers in human blood and serum samples you learn about pathogens and minimizing exposure risks.

You can read about the 4 bsl levels here
https://consteril.com/biosafety-levels-difference/

PhD in chemistry
25 years work experience as a research scientist at a biotech firm that develops, manufactures, and sells 100s of diagnostic tests used by pharmaceutical companies in drug development and research foundations for investigating human diseases.

Enough expertise for you?



Somebody's underwear is a little too tight!


Actually I would say his responses have been very well thought out. He obviously has the knowledge to defend his position and may be the most educated poster on this topic.

There is lots of unwarranted push back on a raw diet. Good to see someone so educated share his thoughts.


Oh no, having an advanced degree myself, I appreciate an educated response. Its just that Mr. Bionic Man self promoted and was snarky, which was uncalled for. Others who responded in the thread most certainly don't have expertise, just anecdotal comments.


Guess that's egg in somebody's face, ROTFL

BTW - Amen to the "sanrky"...[emoticon]

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