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  • #10041
    generall
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    Recently, Nationwide, there has been a major pet food recall. Several dogs and cats have been ill or died{vomiting and kidney failure}from canned or pouch food. The recall by Menu foods affects many popular brands. including Iams, Science-Diet and Nutro products. For a list of recalled products go to
    http://www.menufoods.com/recall. The company has also provided a phone number, 1-866-463-6738

    #38142
    Peggy
    Member

    Thanks G!

    #39388
    generall
    Participant

    Another pet food has been added to the recall on 3/30/07 This time it is Hills prescription Diet MD dry.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070330/ap_on_bi_ge/pet_food_recall

    #39392
    Peggy
    Member

    Thanks G, sheesh, what is going on with all these recalls lately?? 😯

    #41240
    Old CooT
    Member

    Another recall

    http://www.royalcanin.us/

    April 19, 2007

    Dear Royal Canin USA Customer,

    It is with sincere regret that I inform you of a new and unfortunate development with some of our pet food products.

    Although we have no confirmed cases of illness in pets, we have decided to voluntarily remove the following dry pet food products that contain rice protein concentrate due to the presence of a melamine derivative.

    – Chicken Meal & Rice Formula Senior DRY DOG FOOD
    – Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Puppy DRY DOG FOOD
    – Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Adult DRY DOG FOOD
    – Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Senior DRY DOG FOOD
    – Rice & Catfish Meal Formula Adult DRY DOG FOOD

    ALL PRODUCTS WITH AN EXPIRATION DATE OF APRIL 19TH, 2008 ARE MADE WITHOUT CHINESE SOURCED VEGETABLE PROTEINS AND ARE SAFE.

    We are taking this proactive stance to voluntarily recall these products to avoid any confusion for our customers about which Royal Canin USA products are safe and which products may be affected.

    Pet owners should immediately stop feeding their pets the Royal Canin USA dry pet food products listed above. Pet owners should consult with a veterinarian if they are concerned about the health of their pet. No other Royal Canin diets are affected by this recall and CONTINUE TO BE safe for pets to eat.

    In addition, Royal Canin USA will no longer use any Chinese suppliers for any of our vegetable proteins.

    Sincerely,

    Olivier Amice
    President and CEO
    Royal Canin USA

    #41268
    Peggy
    Member

    Thanks OC, we appreciate it!

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