[nagdu] need to vent
leg1950 at cox.net
Sat Jul 20 17:39:05 UTC 2013
Are you lining the cans with a large plasic bag - 30 gallon size - to put
the food into? It sounds like you may have larvae already in the food. Is
your can indoors or outdoors? How are these moths and their eggs and larvae
getting into your apartment? I hope you don't have to throw away the food
but you may have to to get rid of any eggs and larvae.
My dog food bin is really a 30-gallon size can just like the trash cans are
and it is kept in my living room as I have no real storage in my apartment.
Lyn and Landon
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Criminal Justice Major Extraordinaire" <orleans24 at comcast.net>
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2013 10:53 PM
Subject: [nagdu] need to vent
> Hi, all,
> If you'd rather not read this, the n please feel free to delete and move
> Now to continue...
> Sub says it all.
> I am very, very frustrated.
> I don't hold my four-legged furry partner for it either as this isn't
> Odie's fault.
> For the past several months after dale left for the spiritual world, I
> began to have problems with the milworm moths popping up again and making
> their home in my son's dog food.
> I originally had his Beneful Healthy Radiance in a rubber made trash can
> which I confess it was a dumb idea for sure.
> I thought for some reason it was a dog food container.
> Little did I know that it was more meant as a trash can.
> Well, I threw out the trash can and bought a container on wheels from
> Petsmart which also has a latch to keep the lid tightly shut.
> I had no idea that the dog gone milworm moths were still making their home
> inside of Odie's food.
> Since I've always had trouble trying to keep my apartment at a cool,
> stable temperature, it's continuously hot and humid, a perfect breeding
> ground for BUG TROUBLE.
> I do plan on contacting Purina's Customer Service tomorrow morning to talk
> with them and to see if they know of some other tips and tricks on trying
> to prevent this problem from going further and speaking with a service
> cordinator in the morning.
> Right now, Odie's food is once again stored in plastic trash bags and I
> have them tied up, but enough to where I have4 easy access to and the food
> storage containers have been cleanned up.
> My cousin-in-law and aunt-in-law were here to help me get it dealt with.
> As of now, we decided not to put everything back up until the spraying is
> done again.
> Odie and I will be staying at my father-in-law's home for a few days as of
> next tuesday until Friday.
> I hope that once Bug-a-Boo does the bating again. more will be done.
> Sorry you'alls, but I had to get this off of my chest.
> Hopefully, everyone with their furry friends enjoy their weekend.
> Odie and I are just going to stay home this Saturday and Sunday to rest
> Bibi and son Odie
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