Get the dangerous dog treats back off the store shelves

  • by: Patsy Alliet-Carrick
  • target: Nestle Purina PetCare (makers of Waggin' Train and Canyon Creek Ranch jerky treats) and the Del Monte Corp. (makers of Milo's Kitchen products)

Dr.Becker is warning you,

Pet owners breathed a sigh of relief at the news, however, predictably, both the pet treat manufacturers and the FDA claimed the antibiotic residue was not what had sickened or killed thousands of pets. Knowing the primary motivation of huge pet food producers (Waggin' Train put $54 million in Nestle Purina's coffers last year, and Milo's Kitchen treats accounted for $60 million in sales for Del Monte), and given the FDA's unwillingness to act on behalf of pets and their families, I correctly assumed we hadn't seen the end of the jerky treat disaster.

lets show these money hungry places they can no longer kill our dogs.600 is way to many.NO MORE

Update #13 years ago
I see Walmart is still selling treats from China.
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