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Hubbard Life, Joy Combo Pet Food Recalled Hubbard Life, Joy Combo Pet Food Recalled

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Pro-Pet today announced a large recall for certain brands of Pro-Pet dog and cad food. A field test of the food found possible salmonella contamination on a Pro-Pet production line. Though no …

Iams Food Recall Includes Dry Dog & Cat Food Iams Food Recall Includes Dry Dog & Cat Food
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today issued a recall for a variety of Procter & Gamble dry pet foods for both cats and dogs. The recall was made by P&G due to a possible Salmonella bacteria contamination. The …

Pet Food Recall: Dog, Cat Food Contaminated With Salmonella Pet Food Recall: Dog, Cat Food Contaminated With Salmonella
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Natura Pet Products today recalled six different brands of dog and cat food over potential Salmonella contamination. The recall was made after a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) test returned positive for Salmonella on a single sample. The products …

Pet Food Recall Includes More Diamond Pet Foods Brands Pet Food Recall Includes More Diamond Pet Foods Brands
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Pet food recall by Diamond Pet Foods has been expanded to include more brands. The recall, which has currently been issued only for the company’s line of dog food, centers around certain products manufactured at Diamond’s Gaston, South Carolina plant. …

Pet Food Recall Creates “Husky” Traffic
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Back in March, online traffic to pet-related sites saw a significant increase due to the pet food recall. Nielsen//NetRatings has released data that shows visits to pet related sites grew a 115 percent in March over the previous month.

Pet Food Scare Sends Searchers Chasing Answers
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When news of a major pet food recall got out, pet owners hit the search engines over the weekend worried about their furry best friends.

One dog, nine cats. That’s the death toll so far in a mysterious outbreak of kidney failure linked to Menu Foods, Inc.’s various pet foods distributed by well-known grocers like Kroger, Safeway, Wal-Mart, and PetSmart.