Subject: Are phenols in wood beddings really to blame for the death of small animals
Date: Sat Sep 30 19:44:28 2000
Posted by Frankie Smagin
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: St. Louis State/Province: MO
Area of science: Biochemistry
Phenols in wood beddings are still controversial for pet owners - whether
or not it is really the cause of respiratory and liver problems. But, is
there enough evidence to say that pine and cedar really do kill?
Re: Are phenols in wood beddings really to blame for the death of small animals
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