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Dog and Cat food recall

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A complete list of the recalled products along with product codes, descriptions and production dates is available from the Menu Foods website, www.menufoods.com/recall/ Consumers with questions can also call (866) 895-2708.

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Our cat went into renal failure last month and had to make several trips to the Vet. This explains it all, her food was in the list of cat foods in the recall. Guess I should send the vet bills to them.

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Brands include:

Americas Choice, Preferred Pets, Authority, Award, Best Choice, Big Bet, Big Red, Bloom, Bruiser, Cadillac, Companion, Demoulas Market Basket, Fine Feline Cat, Shep Dog, Food Lion, Giant Companion, Great Choice, Hannaford, Hill Country Fare, Hy-Vee, Key Food, Laura Lynn, Loving Meals, Main Choice, Mixables, Nutriplan, Nutro Max, Nutro Natural Choice, Nutro, Ol'Roy, Paws, Pet Essentials, Pet Pride, Presidents Choice, Price Chopper, Priority, Publix, Roche Bros, Save-A-Lot, Schnucks, Springsfield Pride, Sprout, Stater Bros, Total Pet, My True Friend, Western Family, White Rose, Winn Dixie, Your Pet.

Iams and Eukanuba also affected:

http://us.iams.com/iams/en_US/jsp/IAMS_Page.jsp;jsessionid=1SJCFYKZELQOZQFIAJ1JY2WAVABHRHE0?pageID=PCA&articleID=300003

As well as brands from Ahold USA Inc., Kroger Company, Safeway, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., PetSmart, Inc., and Pet Valu, Inc.

http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/NEWS/2007/NEW01590.html

Some of these foods have led to kidney failure and death.

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Iams website appears to be down. We feed the Iams mini chunks. Kind of a bad time to have their website down.

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