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Pet of the Month: Jasper Farrohkzadian

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FDA cautions against feeding your dog this food after a sample shows salmonella

(CNN) The United States Food and Drug Administrationis warning pet ownersto stay away from Performance Dog frozen raw pet food produced on or after July 22, 2019, after a sample tested positive for Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes.Two samples of raw pet food one of Performance Dog and the other of a beef variety were taken by the FDA as a part of a routine inspection in the Bravo Packing, Inc. manufacturing facility in Carneys Point, New J

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Federal Agencies Warn Pet Owners of Salmonella Outbreak Caused by Pig Ears

There‘s been a recent outbreak of multi-drug resistant Salmonellaacross 33 states-and it‘s linked to pig ear dog treats. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)a total of 127 people have been infected, with 26 hospitalized. 24 of the cases have been in kids younger than 5. No deaths have been reported at this time. Animals and humans can become ill from simply handling the pig

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Important Announcement Regarding CIV

An Excerpt from the PVMA Newsletter PSA From The ACGLO Team On July 24th,Golden Bond Rescue of Oregon transported eight Golden Retrievers from China via Taipei, Taiwan to Seattle, WA. Upon their arrival, the dogs stayed the night in Tacoma, WA where one of the dogs became ill.On July 25th, five of the eight dogs traveled to Portland, where they were seen at a local hospital. Although some of them had respiratory disease none were tested for CIV.

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High Temps and Hot Pets

Prefer visuals? Watch our latest Veteo on the topic of summer heat safety here. Serious summer heat is here and many animals-especially those outdoors-struggle to keep cool because they can‘t process heat as effectively as we do. Here are some tips for keeping your fur-covered friend safe when the weather is warm: Never leave your pet in the car on a sunny or warm, overcast summer day. Even with a window cracked on a 70oday, the interior of

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