Chinese jerky treats still subject to intense investigation

02/12/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

The FDA has received reports as recently as last month about sick or dead pets who may have eaten jerky treats produced in China, bringing the total number of complaints to 2,674, including 501 animal deaths. Veterinarians, toxicologists, forensic chemists and others are working to determine whether the treats cause Fanconi syndrome, a dangerous kidney disorder, in pets that ingest them, but they have been unable to find a definitive link.

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