Once again, we hear of a Dog Food Recall!
The recalls of the past have included dog and cat food products that have tested for salmonella or listeria. The latest FDA recall includes food tainted with Aflotoxin. This can affect pets in a number of ways. They can become sluggish, lose their appetite, vomit, and become jaundiced. In some severe cases, Alotoxin Poisoning can be fatal! And if you didn’t go searching for recalls, how would you know?
So how does the conscientious pet owner avoid this? First of all, buying a food that is guaranteed fresh is a start. With many Big Box Stores, and On-Line Pet Food purchases, you never know how long the food has been stored in warehouses or on a semi-trailer in the hot sun. It might be wise to call the pet food company to determine when the food was actually made and packaged.
Once you purchase, do not pour the food in another container! The reason is that you might need to refer to the dates and lot codes if there ever was a recall. But what if :
~Your pet food company were to alert YOU and right away you would know to stop feeding? ~Your pet food company used specially designed bags to prohibit contamination? ~Your pet food company could guarantee no more than 56 days from production to your door?
That is what our dog, Poppy, gets! Watch our video now!