Internal FDA documents obtained by MSNBC.com found references to “at least three popular brands of jerky treats that may be associated with kidney failure and other serious ailments.”
“Of 22 “Priority 1” cases listed by the FDA late last year, 13 cited Waggin’ Train or Canyon Creek Ranch jerky treats or tenders, both produced by Nestle Purina PetCare Co., the records show. Another three listed Milo’s Kitchen Home-style Dog Treats, produced by the Del Monte Corp. The rest listed single brands or no brand.”
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Note: The above story does not imply that other jerky treats imported from China are safe. Please read the label closely of all jerky treats provided to your pet. If you find ‘Made in China’ stated anywhere on the packaging, feed with caution.
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