jerky treats, according to her owner Rachael Chambers.
We’ve posted a lot this year about the ongoing problems with Chinese-made jerky treats, which have made hundreds of dogs sick:
- Warning About Chinese-Made Dog Treats
- Special Report on the Potential Dangers of Chinese-Made Dog Treats
- Pressure Mounts to Remove Chinese-Made Treats from Stores
- Woman Whose Dog Died After Eating Treats Made in China Launches Petition
- Video: An In-Depth Report on Chinese-Made Dog Treats
Throughout, the dog-food manufacturers have claimed that their products are perfectly safe. Well, this week two manufacturers launched voluntary recalls of products that, coincidentally, were the focus of the previous inquiries.
Milo’s Kitchen has recalled its Chicken Jerky and Chicken Grillers home-style dog treats, and Nestle Purina is withdrawing its Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brand dog treats. The problems, they claim, involve trace amounts of antibiotics not approved in the U.S. You can draw your own conclusions.
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