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  1. Nina Wolf

    I await the answers eagerly, especially pertaining to the lack of prohibition of import after being denied testing samples during visits to Chinese facilities. The FDA continues to shrug their shoulders in helplessness, telling consumers no recall is possible until the cause is found, when a simple solution is at hand: ban import. Perfectly legal, on the books already, and it would save not only many animals from the pain and suffering of the illnesses associated with these treats, but would also prevent consumers from having to go through the anxiety and expense of treatment (when possible), or consumers who cannot afford the treatments from having to make awful, heartbreaking choices.

  2. dmiller

    How about asking how recalled pet food can be allowed to be exported to other countries, instead of being destroyed?

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