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Bailey’s Choice Expands Product Recall of Dog Treats in Georgia

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  1. Jeff White

    Can’t blame China for this one. These are made & sourced in the good ol’ US of A!

  2. Peter

    This company posted the wrong dates on its website, and hasn’t taken effort to correct that error or post an update. The company states that “all products are independently tested,” but if that was reliable, why wasn’t the issue discovered before the products were marketed?

    The company’s website admonishes: “these treats will not harm your dog,” which is plainly false. Many people use treats daily, and chronic exposure can lead to infection, (Salmonellosis, which is regarded as a disease), that can lead to pronounced fever, weight loss, blood loss, non-intestinal infections, and repeated unpredictable/ spontaneous diarrhea that can go on for weeks. The diarrhea alone can be dangerous. Left untreated, the infection can progress to septicemia (bacterial infection of the blood), which can be fatal. It’s disgraceful to mislead consumers about the potential impact and frankly, a posting on a Facebook page doesn’t constitute “press release” by my standards.

    So much for buying treats oh-so-proudly made in the US.

    1. Peter

      I wonder why this was just published in the FDA Enforcement Report for June 18, 2014?

  3. Linda


    I know this is not the subject above, but has anyone had problems with Halo grain free cat kibbles? I brought one bag back and still with the new bag they do not want to eat it…..

    Thanks for any info

  4. leigh anne harper

    I pray for the people who would do such to pet foods. And I pray they get caught. And they will and they will b punished. God put animals on this earth for a reason and that is not it.

    1. Jeff White

      I doubt there is any conspiracy afoot here to poison animals. It appears to be a case of negligence. Rather than focus on punishment, the top priority must be to take steps to try to prevent this from happening again. Such as more testing, tougher regulations, and more money and people devoted to enforcing them.

      Remind me again what the “reason” was for “God” to put animals on this earth? Them remind me why she put people on earth who would cause suffering to animals and generally act in a destructive manner towards the entire planet?

  5. lynn

    I have heard people say that their halo dog food is making their pups loss fur and weight… stay away from any food that shows signs of stress . I would rather make my fur babies food than worry. I have not heard of any cat food from halo just the dog food, but they do use sodium=m selenite in all their pet foods.. it is not a good thing for pets as it can cause many illness and fur loss. if it can do any of those two not worth the chance of other things sodium selenite might cause to a fur member of any family.

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