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Re: Fw: Itchmo Safety Alert: Smokehouse Brand Dog Treats Pulled From P...


Hmm... do you think our government with "GET IN" soon?
 
 
Holli
LI.NY
 
In a message dated 9/15/2007 7:04:03 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
pulis@mindspring.com writes:

>  Full story at:
>  
http://www.itchmo.com/smokehouse-brand-dog-treats-pulled-from-petsmart-shelves-2869
>
>  For all pet news, go to www.itchmo.com
>
> As of this morning,  PetSmart has pulled various Smokehouse Brand dog 
> treats off of their  shelves. There have been reports of pets becoming ill 
> after eating  the treats, and as a precaution, PetSmart has pulled the 
> treats off  of the shelves. There has been no formal recall as of yet.
>
>  Here is what the PetSmart corporate office released to the PetSmart 
>  stores:
>
> "Today the American Veterinary Medical Association  (AVMA) issued a media 
> alert warning some treat products from China  may be a potential threat to 
> pets due to 'several complaints from pet  owners and veterinarians of 
> illness in dogs.' No deaths have been  reported at this time. The symptoms 
> of pets reported sick were  vomiting, lethargy and anorexia. To date, 
> testing by the FDA and  PetSmart Techinical Services has ruled out melamine 
> contamination  that might be making pets sick.
>
> For now, we're going to take  the precautionary measure to pull this 
> product from the shelves and  contain it in the backroom. Our experts will 
> continue to monitor the  situation, analyze samples for a variety of 
> possible problems and ask  the vendor to test additonal product. Because of 
> the relatively small  number of complaints at this point, we're not issuing 
> a recall. We'll  provide timely updates as more information becomes 
>  available."
>
> Here is the SKU list of the recalled Smokehouse  Brand dog treats:
>
> 7856525052 5108696 Chicken Chips  1lb.
> 7856525053 5108692 Chicken Chips 8oz.
> 7856525092 5108693  Chicken Poppers 8oz.
> 7856525093 5108698 Chicken Poppers 1lb.
>  7856525134 5108691 Chicken Tenders 8oz.
> 7856525137 5126536 Chicken  Breast Tender Snacks 1lb.
> 7856525138 5126535 Chicken Tenders  2lb.
> 7856584255 5126702 Duck Breast Tenders 8oz.
> 7856584256  5126534 Duck Breast Tenders 1lb.
> 7856584257 5126532 Duck Chips  1lb.
> 7856584258 5126531 Duck and Sweet Potato 1lb.
> 7856585808  5108695 Chicken Tenders 1lb.
>
> Full story at:
>  
http://www.itchmo.com/smokehouse-brand-dog-treats-pulled-from-petsmart-shelves-2869
>
>  For all pet news, go to www.itchmo.com


 



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