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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Life after the pet-food recall

January 1, 2008

A nationwide network of veterinary toxicology laboratories, each with similar testing capabilities and an efficient communication system, could become one of the best weapons to help ward off another major pet-food crisis, even helping protect the human food supply against a serious poisoning outbreak.

Pet food commission suggests safety tips for DVMs, manufacturers

December 27, 2007

Washington, D.C. - 12/27/07 - Improved communication between veterinarians and the pet food industry, the development of state feed regulations and the establishment of DVM-patient diet histories can all help improve the safety and monitoring of pet food, according to the National Pet Food Commission (NPFC).

AAVLD releases pet-food survey results, urges improved system to evaluate toxins

November 29, 2007

Reno, Nev. - 11/29/07 - This year's pet-food crisis points to a need for more efficient means of finding, evaluating and halting any future food-supply contamination.

Timeline

June 18, 2007

Check here for updates on the pet-food debacle ... UPDATED 6/18/07!

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

ACVIM forum sets record-breaking attendance, tackles pet food recall

June 11, 2007

Seattle, Wash. - 6/11/07 - The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) 25th Annual Forum set an attendance record even before the hosting of the featured pet food recall panel, scheduled for Saturday, June 9.

Timeline

May 10, 2007

Check here for updates from Veterinary Economics on the pet food recall

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Pet food recall: Melamine and cyanuric acid (1:55)

May 10, 2007

Melamine and cyanuric acid:
An update on what practitioners need to know

Timeline

May 10, 2007

Check here for updates from Veterinary Economics on the pet food recall

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Letter to clients about pet food recall

May 8, 2007

Customizable Word document of a sample letter to send clients about the pet food recall.

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