The makers of Blue Buffalo pet foods are recalling certain lots of the company's Wilderness Chicken-Dog, Basics Salmon-Dog and Large Breed Adult Dog products due to fears that the food may contain higher levels of vitamin D than are specified. In late August, the VIN News Service published an article citing reports of hypervitaminosis D symptoms in dogs fed a diet of Blue Buffalo, mainly its chicken flavors. Newer cases are Send us feedback about this article.
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. Blue Buffalo has since issued a voluntary recall; more information can be found at http://bluebuffalo.com/news/vitamin-d-voluntary-recall.shtml. "The only reason we were able to identify the pattern is because of the vast national resource our center has become," said Bolin, who
Breaking news for everyone's consumption But I have not been motivated to comment publicly on any of these stories until today's release of a pet food safety study carried out under the auspices of the Association for Truth in Pet Food (ATPF). . I have written two text books: FOOD MICROBIOLOGY – THE LABORATORY (Published by Food Processors Institute) and FOOD SAFETY: OLD HABITS, NEW PERSPECTIVES (Published in 2007 by the American Society
As of this post (January 11, 2013), the FDA has not published the recall notices on their website or sent out the recall alert via email. The New York Department of Agriculture told JoNel Aleccia of NBC News (who has been tremendous at keeping the spotlight on this issue alive) the drugs found in the treats are “sulfaclozine, tilmicosin, trimethoprim, enrofloxacin and sulfaquinoxaline”. .. I think followers will find this isn't the average dog shop talk chat group.
Update (May 29, 3:30 p.m. Eastern): U.S. Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman Laura Alvey has told Food Safety News that the Salmonella contamination found at Diamond's Meta, Missouri plant is not from the same With Diamond Pet Foods on May 18 announcing yet another expansion of its recall of dry pet foods, pet owners again consulted food labels and continued sharing stories of pet illnesses allegedly resulting from Salmonella-contaminated kibble.
It is sad to report that the credibility of our results has been attacked. And by someone who knows nothing of the two scientists who oversaw the testing for us. There were no questions asked prior – just bashing. Makes one
Just a week ago, we published a cat parent's story about struggling with reimbursements related the pet food recall. Her cat, who ate recalled cat Even with new toys, treats and petting, it took months for us to fully adjust to each other. I like to imagine she was . Show me 100 people, and the group probably contains a mixture of people who are trying to do the right thing, people who want more at any cost, people who care and people who don't. That is the beautiful
You might have seen a news story or two published on a pet food study just released by the FDA finding raw pet foods to have a high incident level of dangerous bacteria. But wait one minute, there are some big holes in the
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