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Pet Food Recall
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Natural Balance recalls dog food after positive Salmonella test

June 21, 2010

Pacoima, Calif. -- A positive test result for Salmonella led to a voluntary recall of certain dog foods from Natural Balance Pet Foods.

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Nature's Variety expands raw chicken diet recall

March 9, 2010

Washington -- A recall of select frozen chicken diet formulas for dogs and cats has been expanded to all of the company?s frozen chicken meals.

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Raw, frozen chicken product for cats and dogs recalled

February 12, 2010

Washington -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announces a voluntary recall of Nature?s Variety Chicken Formula Raw Frozen Diet for dogs and cats because of possible Salmonella contamination.

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21 cats sick from thiamine deficiency in Pennsylvania, New York

December 4, 2009

Meta, Mo. -- Diamond Pet Foods has reported a total of 21 cats with thiamine deficiency in Pennsylvania and New York since a voluntary recall of two brands of the company's dry cat food in September.

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PetSmart recalls beef hoof chews

November 5, 2009

Phoenix, Ariz. -- PetSmart is voluntarily recalling two Dentley's Beef Hoof products, manufactured by Pet Carousel Inc. in Sanger, Calif., due to possible salmonella contamination, according to the FDA.

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Wysong recalls more dry dog food exposed to moisture

October 30, 2009

Midland, Mich. -- Natural pet-food manufacturer Wysong Corp. recalled more batches of dry dog food because of moisture contamination that led to mold in other batches.

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Wysong responds to online critics

October 15, 2009

Wysong Corp. has updated its dog food recall notice in response to an angry Internet backlash.

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Diamond recalls two dry cat-food products

October 8, 2009

Two brands of dry cat food were recalled in New York after they were found deficient in thiamine.

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Pet-food firm seeks FDA OK to resume shipments

June 19, 2009

Wheeling, Ill. -- Evanger's Dog and Cat Food Co. filed a formal request with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seeking a reinstatement order permitting it to resume interstate shipping of its canned pet-food products.

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