FDA: Dog Deaths Related To Improperly Tested Pet Food
The Food and Drug Administration ('FDA') is expected to release a critical report this week concerning Diamond Pet Food dog food that has reportedly been linked to many deaths and illnesses of dogs.
According to The State, a South Carolina newspaper, the FDA investigation found that Diamond "improperly tested, or failed to test, corn shipments for a deadly fungus during the weeks before it shipped food that killed dozens of dogs last month."
- FDA Finds Dog Food Not Properly Tested
- Dog Law
- Diamond Pet Food Recalled Due to Aflatoxin (FDA Recall Notice)
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