FDA Warns Against Chicken Jerky Treats

March 16, 2012

We all remember the big Pet Food Recall of 2007. It spurred owners to pay more attention to the foods they feed their dog, and created a whole new niche in the pet food market. But few folks realize just how widespread the problem still is, or that it isn’t limited just to kibbles and cans.

The FDA recently issues a warning against chicken jerky treats, like Waggin Train, Canyon Creek Ranch and Milo’s Kitchen brands – all of which are made with chicken imported from China – may be linked to illness is dogs. MSNBC obtained information about this through an FDA report obtained through public record request. You can read the full story from MSNBC here.