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    FDA recall of pig's ears dog food treats
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    Annie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    FDA recall of pig's ears dog food treats

    The FDA is recalling Pig Ears for Pet Treats animal chews manufactured by Key Manufacturing Co. Inc. of Paris, Ill., due to possible salmonella contamination.

    Read more about this by clicking on the above article link and going to the FDA.gov website itself. (The FDA web page for this recall http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm253997.htm
    is pulling up an error page currently.)

    The easiest way to learn about any FDA recall, whether it's pet food or anything else, is to go to the FDA website http://www.fda.gov/ and sign up for the free FDA email updates. That is what I did a couple of years ago.

    - Annie
    There's nothing better than a warm fuzzy hug from your pet!
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