Author: Ashley

CESAR Dog Food Recall October 2016

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Mars Petcare US is voluntarily recalling limited number of CESAR® wet dog food trays due to pieces of plastic which pose a potential choking risk. What’s Being Recalled The following products are affected by the recall: CESAR® Classics Filet Mignon Flavor Sold as individual trays, as well as in flavor variety multipacks UPC Code: 23100017792…

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Addiction Dog Food Recall September 2016

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Addiction Foods of Seattle, WA is voluntarily recalling 355 cases of canned dog food due to high levels of vitamin A and a problem with calcium/phosphorus ratios. What’s Being Recalled The following products are affected by the recall: Addiction New Zealand Brushtail and Vegetables Canned Dog Food Entrée Size: 13.8oz/390g UPC Code: 8 885004 070028…

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Rad Cat Raw Diet Recall June 2016

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Radagast Pet Food, Inc. of Portland, OR is voluntarily recalling four lots of frozen Rad Cat Raw Diet products, sold in 8oz., 16oz., and 24oz. tubs, and free 1oz sample cups, due to potential Salmonella and/or Listeria monocytogenes contamination. What’s Being Recalled The following products are affected by the recall: Rad Cat Raw Diet Grass-Fed…

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Blue Buffalo Dog Food Recall May 2016

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Blue Buffalo Company of Wilton, Connecticut is voluntarily recalling a single batch of its Life Protection Formula Dog Food product due to excessive moisture and mold. According to the company, only there are only 2,000 bags of this dog food affected by the recall. The product being recalled has the following batch information: Blue Buffalo…

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Review of the Freedom No Pull Harness

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Are you walking your dog or is your dog walking you? Going for walks should be a fun activity for both you and your dog, but when you spend the whole walk being pulled along by an exuberant dog, it ends up being a frustrating experience instead. If you’ve got a dog who likes to…

How to Keep Cats from Scratching Furniture

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Scratching is a natural, instinctual behavior for cats. Cats scratch to remove the dead outer layer of their claws, to mark their territory, and to stretch their bodies. The best way to prevent your cat from scratching your furniture, carpeting, or draperies is to provide and encourage your cat to use a scratching post and…

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