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Dog Treat Warning!; chicken jerky treats making dogs sick
Topic Started: Nov 23 2011, 06:39 PM (395 Views)
Cindy marie
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Has anyone heard the FDA warning about chicken jerky treats made in China? We have been feeding them to Foo and didn't know there was a problem. A few years ago we fed contaminated food to my cat and he became very sick and threw up. My neighbors cat ate the same food and didn't throw up. It died. I am concerned about Foo and we will stop feeding the treats immediately. She seems fine. I should listen to my step father who says NEVER buy anything made in China.
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Oh my! I read about contanimated foods for pets but not the treats. Anything made in China makes me wonder.
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