Antibiotic residue prompts recall of dog treats

01/9/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Nestle Purina PetCare and Milo's Kitchen are recalling some dog treats because they might contain trace quantities of poultry antibiotics not approved by U.S. regulators. Purina's Waggin' Train treats and Canyon Creek Ranch treats, as well as Milo's Kitchen's Chicken Jerky and Chicken Grillers homestyle treats, are being recalled, but Milo's Kitchen noted there is no known threat to pet health. Both companies manufacture chicken jerky dog treats that are being investigated by the FDA after reports of dog illnesses and some deaths associated with such treats made in China, but Purina said there is no connection between the current recall and the FDA investigation.

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