Menu Foods, the Ontario-based company that produced the pet food, said Saturday it was recalling Dog food sold under 46 brands and Cat food sold under 37 brands including Iams, Nutro and Eukanuba. The food was distributed throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico by major retailers across North America.
An unknown number of cats and dogs had suffered kidney failure and about 10 died after eating the affected pet food, the company said.
Menu Foods' chief executive and president Paul Henderson told the Associated Press on Friday that the company was still trying to figure out what happened.
He said that the company had received a number of owner complaints that dogs and cats were vomiting and suffering kidney failure after eating its products.
I wouldn't worry too much, it's more of a precautionary thing to recall all the products. I know my dogs got some of the Priority canned food, don't know what the can dates were since they went out with last week's trash, but they seem to be ok.
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