Federal program aims to curb pet-food contamination

09/2/2011 | Zootoo.com

The federal government is developing PETNet, a Web-based system designed for regulators across the country to share alerts when they have information about a possible pet-food contamination incident. "Right now, pet owners can really just act on a scenario-to-scenario basis. If their pet gets sick and they think it could be a result of the pet food they are feeding their pet, they can contact their veterinarian or they can contact the manufacturer of the food," said veterinarian and AVMA Assistant Director Lynn White-Shim.

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