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Pet Food Recall
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7 tips to answer clients' recall questions

April 4, 2007

Practices across the country are fielding waves of calls from scared pet owners as news about the pet food recall continues to break. Use these tips to answer clients' questions.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Timeline

April 2, 2007

Check here for updates on the cuts-and-gravy debacle.

Recall got you reeling?

April 5, 2006

Veterinary Economics asked some folks in the field how they're handling the pet food recall. Here are their tips from the trenches.

Pet-food crisis: DVMs swamped with calls, visits after recall

April 1, 2007

From DVM Newsmagazine--National Report - 4/1/07 - Worried pet owners nationwide flooded veterinary practices with calls last month, after nearly 1 percent of the pet food sold in the United States was recalled and later reported to have been contaminated with a rodent-killing toxin.

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Q&A: The trouble with home-cooked diets

April 18, 2007

How do I respond when clients ask if they can cook their pets' food?

From DVM Newsmagazine-- AVMA issues bulletin on home-cooked pet foods

April 9, 2007

In response to pet-owner concerns after the large-scale recall of some pet foods, the American Veterinary Medical Association issued guidelines on making home-cooked meals for pets while reiterating that non-recalled pet foods remain the best option.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Petra Volmer, DVM, MS, DABVT, DABT

March 30, 2007

Aminopterin and melamine: What practitioners need to know (Audio Clip)

Congress members call for answers on recalled pet foods

April 4, 2007

From DVM Newsmagazine--Members of Congress are joining a rapidly expanding hue and cry over last month's recall of tainted pet foods, with at least three lawmakers demanding answers from the Food and Drug Administration and Menu Foods.

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