Dry Dog and Cat Foods Recalled Due to Possible Contamination

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Pet Adoption DayCINCINNATI, Ohio — Proctor and Gamble has recalled some of its dry pet foods due to a possible salmonella contamination.

The recall includes Eukanuba dry dog foods, and Iams dry dog and cat foods, and affects about one tenth of the company’s total annual production.

The products were made within a ten-day window at a single manufacturing site, and were distributed across the nation. However, no illnesses have been reported so far.

If you bought one of the foods included in the recall, call P&G toll free at 800-208-0172, or visit the Eukanuba or Iams websites.

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  • Gail

    Did anyone actually research this before reporting it? When I clicked your links, I found out that the tainted food was NOT sold in this area but along the east coast. I work at a vet clinic and now we will be inundated with phone calls from panicked pet owners when there is no reason to be for concern in this area. Could you PLEASE mention in your report that it DOES NOT affect us here in west Michigan!

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