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I Had To Share This With Those of You That Own Dogs...

Friday, January 13, 2006

I generally check all of the incoming "scare" emails I get for validity on SNOPES.COM. 99% of them are, well, to put it plain and simple bullshit. However, I received one today concerning Diamond Pet Foods. Here is a brief synopsis:

"On Monday, January 9, The New York Times quoted veterinarians at Cornell University Hospital for Animals, who are tracking dogs affected by the contaminated pet food, as saying they believe that 100 dogs have died nationwide from aflatoxin poisoning. The veterinarians fear the number could rise significantly, because dog owners, preoccupied by holiday activities, may not yet be aware of the threat.The pet food, sold under the labels Diamond, Country Value andProfessional, was produced by Diamond Pet Foods, a privately ownedcompany based in Missouri. The company issued a recall on December 20 when aflatoxin was discovered in pet food made at its Gaston, South Carolina facility, and shipped to stores throughout the east andsoutheastern United States as well as to 29 countries."

For the complete listing of products and all available information, please click HERE. This company deserves any and all trouble, lawsuits or whatever evil thrown their way.