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Pet stores grapple with food concerns amid FDA report on dog heart disease

Pet stores are seeing an influx of anxious customers wondering if they should switch up their dog's food after a U.S. report raised the possibility of a …Read more





Pet stores grapple with food concerns amid FDA report on dog heart disease

Pet stores are seeing an influx of anxious customers wondering if they should switch up their dogs food after a US report raised the possibility of a link between certain brands and a serious heart condition Proprietors say they understand the
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16 dog food brands may cause heart disease in pets FDA warns

The US Food and Drug Administration is still trying to determine why dogs eating certain types of pet food are seemingly more at risk of canine heart disease than 2019 the FDA received 524 reports of DCM including 119 dog deaths and five cat
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Pet Food Recalls and Warnings

is recalling 96 cases of Aqueon Betta Food The product may be a potential choking hazard The are no reports to date of injury or illness to cats fed this product The following item sold nationwide at pet specialty and e-commerce retailers is
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These Dog Bones Are Deadly FDA Warns

Concerns dog or cat in your life Instead of gifting a bone from a pet store or a bone from someones plate the FDA recommends talking with a veterinarian to find a safe alternative And if you believe your pet may have gotten sick from their pet food
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FDA expands list of recalled dog food 9 brands pulled for making dogs violently ill

The US Food Drug Administration has expanded its recall of dog food brands that have too much vitamin D which could make your pet sick Vitamin D is an essential The recalled products were sold nationwide and the FDA says the list of recalled
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FDA warns pet owners vets of adverse effects in some flea tick medicines

The US Food the FDA pays particularly close attention to adverse event reports looking for any safety information that may emerge The FDA encourages pet owners and veterinarians to monitor adverse drug events and says that if your dog or cat
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