AVMA official offers tips for preventing potential spreading of salmonella

07/18/2011 | West Australian, The

As concerns about contaminated pet food have grown in recent years, Christine Hoang, assistant director for AVMA's scientific activities division, advises pet owners not to panic, as the risk of spreading a pathogen such as salmonella from tainted pet food can be easily reduced. Tips from a recent Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association noted in this article include washing hands before and after handling pet food and avoiding raw food diets for pets.

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