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Sun 18 Mar 2007

Menu Foods' Nationwide U.S. recall of Specific Canned Cat Foods.

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See Menu Foods Pet Food - Recall Information - 40 kind of cat food and 50 kinds of dog food involved in the voluntary recall.

In Singapore, "AVA probes US pet food recall." Today, 19 Mar 2007.

The Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) is investigating the recall of several brands of pet food in North America and Mexico. Canadian pet food company, Menu Foods, has recalled dog food sold under 46 brands and cat food sold under 37 brands, after it received complaints from pet owners in the United States that their dogs and cats vomited and suffered kidney failure after eating the products.

Menu Foods said about 10 pets have died. The recall covers its "cuts and gravy" food that was sold under brands such as Iams, Nutro and Eukanuba from Dec 3 last year to March 6 this year.

The AVA said it is aware of the recall and is investigating to find out if any of the affected pet food has been imported into Singapore. In the meantime, it advises the public to stop feeding these products to their pets immediately. Dogs or cats that have consumed the suspect feed and show signs of kidney failure - such as loss of appetite, lethargy or vomiting - should be taken to the veterinarian.

Proctor & Gamble, which owns the Eukanuba and Iams brands, says products bought from authorised dealers in Singapore are safe. It said none of the affected Eukanuba or Iams products was exported to Asia. - Channel NewsAsia.

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