CDC's recommendations for safe handling of pet foods

09/9/2013 | Food Poisoning Bulletin

The CDC offers advice to help protect people and pets from pet food tainted with salmonella, a bacteria that can cause illness in humans and dogs. Practicing good hygiene, properly disposing of pet waste, storing dog food and related items away from human food and avoiding raw foods for pets will help safeguard the health of all the creatures in the house.

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