Pet owners are being urged to stop feeding their animals dry food and treats produced by Natura Pet Products because of potential salmonella contamination.
Pet owners are being urged to stop using or discard certain Natura Pet Products food and treats because of potential salmonella.
Make sure to double check your dog’s food — especially if it’s Pedigree brand — because the company has issued a voluntary recall due to a potential choking risk.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says no deaths have been reported, but at least five people have been hospitalized.
Salmonella concerns prompting Missouri-based Diamond Pet Foods to issue a second recall on dry dog food sold in Michigan and elsewhere.
A team of researchers at Michigan State University has discovered a group of illnesses reported in dogs across the country is linked to a specific brand of dog food from the Blue Buffalo Co.
Fido’s food may be making kids sick, a government report warns, detailing the first known salmonella outbreak in humans, mostly young children, linked to pet food.
If you go out of your way to buy high-end dog food for your best friend, be sure to check the package. Procter & Gamble, maker of Iams and Eukanuba dry dog foods, is recalling […]
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