WOAI News has published a story on a San Antonio woman who believes Nutro Lamb and Rice dog food caused the death of her two dogs.
Excerpts of the story: “The particular dog food the woman called us about is the canned Nutro Natural Choice Lamb and Rice meal for seniors. The woman says she gave it to her older dog first and then to her younger dog. Within weeks, they were both dead.”
“We had two healthy dogs,” Jennie Vasquez told us. “And within a month, they’re both gone from eating the same thing. That’s the only thing we can assume.”
“The only thing they found was an enlarged liver,” Vasquez told us. “And her liver levels were really high, which is linked to all the reviews we read online.”
“Vasquez searched the internet for information about Nutro dog food and found a site loaded with complaints from dog owners about the dog food which listed symptoms similar to those Vasquez’s dogs experienced: liver problems, vomiting, even death.”
“So what does The Nutro Company have to say about all these complaints? A spokesperson sent us this statement:
“The safety and well-being of the pets we feed is our top priority. We have no reason to believe that Nutro pet food would contribute to the loss of a pet, and we want to assure each consumer that our products are safe, made with some of the highest quality standards in the industry, and undergo more than 600 quality checks before leaving our factory.”
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