Leading pet food brand, Blue Buffalo, announced today that a voluntary recall was in effect for various products already on the shelves of many stores around the world. Recalled labels include 12.5 ounce cans of Homestyle Recipe Healthy Weight and Chicken Dinner with Garden Vegetables. Brand spokesmen say that the recall is due to a potential contamination of aluminum metal found recently in routine testing.
The side effects of ingesting aluminum metal are dangerous and may include discomfort, choking, and in some cases death. As a precautionary measure, Blue Buffalo has tested other products in their inventory for similar contaminations. So far, no other items are included in ...
If you have small kids who like to play with your dog(s) and you suspect that they might try to taste the dog(s) cookies, here is a safe recipe. Very tasty!
Oats, Peanut Butter & Banana Cookies(Makes 16 cookies) 2 ½ cups instant oats2 cup whole wheat flour (keep on the side to use as needed)1 Egg½ cup chicken broth2 Tablespoons creamy Peanut Butter1 ripe banana Place egg and chicken broth in a bowl and mix well with a hand held mixer. Add the oats, the peanut butter and cut the banana in small pieces. Mix well. If the mixture looks too loose, add whole wheat flour as needed. Spread the mixture on a countertop and roll it out with a r ...
Mars Petcare announced on October 11th, that they are recalling CESAR Classics Filet Mignon Flavored wet dog food, because they have found pieces of plastic they think got inside the food during the production phase.
The dog parents who made the discovery and reported it to the company, did not report any injuries or sickness for their dogs due to the consumption of the food.The company is working with their distributors to remove these products from their retailers. But are also indicating that all their other products are safe for consumption.
The company is advising its customers to either throw the food out or return it to the retailers for a refund. The product in question ...
How many times have we seen small children playing with dogs and eating the same things that the dogs are eating? Wouldn’t you like to at least know that what your dog is eating will not cause any harm to your child in case it is shared?
Here is a recipe for cookies your dog will absolutely love.
Oats and Parmesan Cheese Cookies
(makes one dozen bone-shaped cookies)
2 ½ cups instant oats
½ cup chicken broth
3 tablespoons parmesan cheese
Place egg and chicken broth in a bowl and mix well with a hand held mixer. Add oats and parmesan cheese and mix well. Spread the mixture on a countertop and roll is out w ...