Your dog may be at risk. This warning and dog food alert might help save your dog’s health, even it’s life!
The Doggington Post is reporting that a warning letter from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been sent to The Nestle Purina PetCare Company.
Warning – Dog Food Alert
Here’s an excerpt from The Doggington Post report …
Based on the FDA’s findings, the violations occurring at the pet food giant’s Allentown, Pennsylvania plant may result in cans of pet food that have been adulterated “in that they have been prepared, packed, or held under insanitary conditions whereby they may have become contaminated with filth, or whereby they may have been rendered injurious to health.”
Six Serious & Significant Health Violations
Inspectors found a total of six significant violations that could result in product that is dangerous for pets, including:
1. Failure to produce each can or pouch of pet food according to the process filed with the FDA.
2. Failure to record and document deviations of cook time, temperature, pouch thickness, etc., which may result in adulterated product.
3. Failure to chlorinate or sanitize recirculated cooling water.
4. Failure to establish a system for product traffic control that adequately prevents any unprocessed cans from moving forward on the product line.
5. Failure to install thermometers that can clearly be seen and accurately be read.
6. Failure to have all processing and production records reviewed and signed or initialed by a qualified quality assurance representative or plant manager.
What Dog Food Does This Warning & Alert Cover?
Alpo Chop House Originals Roasted ChickenFriskies Indoor ChickenMighty Dog Chicken Egg & Bacon Country PlatterMighty Dog Chicken & Smoked Bacon ComboAlpo Chop House Originals Filet MignonMighty Dog Lamb and RiceFriskies Mixed GrillProPlan Senior Beef and Rice EntréeFriskies Salmon DinnerAlpo Chop House Rotisserie Chicken in GravyAlpo Prime Cuts with BeefAlpo Chop House Originals Filet MignonGravy Sensations with Turkey and Giblets in Gravy
(thanks again to The Doggington Post for this report)