NBC Bay Area reported Sunday night that there's been a rash of canine fatalities lately — and it could be a case where they were loved to death.
Tainted pet treats from Milo's Kitchen chicken jerky treats, a Del Monte brand, are suspected to be the cause. The Food and Drug Administration has been investigating the brand for the past year, but has not ordered the treats to be pulled from store shelves, something which has outraged politicians and pet owners who had to watch their dogs die and painful death.
Arthur Dogswell LLC has voluntarily recalled its Catswell Brand VitaKitty chicken jerky treats for cats.
If this had been baby food, the product would have pulled from stores immediately. It might be hard for some people to understand, but dogs are our children too.
They need us, just like babies.
They love us, just like our children.
They walk on all fours, just like our youngest babies.
They are a part of us, just like our human children.
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