Tainted Pet Food ~ OPOLAW Injury Blog

Friday, June 1, 2007

Tainted Pet Food

Some veterinary referral and emergency centers have not seen an increase in clients due to the affected food, but pet owners have been flooding private practice veterinarian’s phone lines with inquiries. Many pet owners are trying to seek advice on what action to take. It is important to bring your animals to your veterinarian because the symptoms of renal failure are not always initially obvious. Some veterinarians are telling their clients to switch to dry food, if their pets will eat it.

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