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Thread: Dog AND Cat food recall..- just a heads up

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    Anyone know if these companies sell these same products under different names in Western states?

    After my two cats, my sisters' cats and my Texas daughter's cats ALL had bad reactions to Front Line flea meds, I think it was, we stopped putting stuff like that on our fur babies. First it was melamine in the pet food from China...wonder where this stuff is coming from? I'll try to check on that warning site again.

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    no, they have to give ALL the names it is produced under..

    States with Kroger-operated stores included in the recall are Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.

    Pet Pride Cat Food,
    Pet Pride Kitten Food,
    Old Yeller Chunk Dog Food,
    Kroger Value Cat Food
    Kroger Value Chunk Food

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    The poor little things...they can't tell us that the food is making them sick.

    Tink doesn't eat that kind of stuff anymore...she was one of the many that got sick from the dog food from China with melamine.
    She only eats some expensive no filler stuff.

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    I feed my dog Blue dry and canned food. Nothing else. It has no filler at all. I give my outside cats Diamond High Maintenance dry cat food sold at the local feed store. It is good for helping prevent urinary problems. Low quality pet food will result in high vet bills sooner or later.

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    Thanks for the post. Our local news said there was a recall but didn't name them.

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    That stuff is poison on a good day, just faster on a bad day.

    50% high quality no filler dog food and 50% prey model raw here.

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    I feed our cats and dogs the "raw" diet. Switched about 4 months ago. What a difference this has made with the animals. It is a bit more costly than the typical foods sold in the grocery stores, but well worth every penny. Even the vetrinarian commented on the remarkable health and fitness of the dogs since the food switch.

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