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FDA: ELM Pet Foods Recall of Dry Dog Food Due to Elevated Levels of Vitamin D

Source:  FDA For Immediate Release November 29, 2018 Consumers Elm Pet Foods customerservice@elmpetfoods.com (607) 859-2227 ELM Pet Foods, Inc is issuing a voluntary recall of Elm Chicken and Chickpea Recipe dog food because the products could contain elevated levels of Vitamin D. The recalled products consist of multiple UPC codes manufactured between February 25, 2018 and October 31, 2018. Best Buy Dates Listed Below: 3lb ELM CHICKEN AND CHICKPEA RECIPE – UPC (0-70155-22507-8) TD2 26 FEB 2019 TE1 30 APR 2019 TD1 5 SEP 2019 TD2 5 SEP 2019 28lb ELM CHICKEN AND CHICKPEA RECIPE –...

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Video: Sully, Bush’s Service Dog, Visits Casket in Capitol

Source:  The Associated Press Please click here to view the video (via the NY Times) >>>  

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Dog finds happiness after being chained for years

ANIMALKIND 5:46 p.m. EST Nov. 29, 2018 This dog spent 12 years chained up on the same patch of dirt. Jes never gave up hope to give her the life she deserved. Please click link to watch video: https://www.usatoday.com/videos/news/animalkind/2018/12/06/dog-finds-happiness-after-being-chained-years/2150288002/...

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Thousands of Greyhounds May Need Homes as Florida Bans Racing

Source:  NY Times / By Audra D. S. Burch and Christina Caron /  November 9, 2018 HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Animal activists have been trying for years to put an end to greyhound racing in Florida, one of the country’s most popular spots to watch dogs chase mechanical rabbits round and round a track. In their view, the greyhounds were mistreated, subjected to harsh living conditions, then retired with broken bones. On Tuesday, voters overwhelmingly backed a measure that set greyhound lovers scrambling in a new direction: finding new homes for thousands of dogs with no clear future. To continue...

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These dogs know you have malaria before you do

Source:  Popular Science / By Jillian Mock October 30, 2018 Dogs are the superheroes we don’t deserve. They look incredible in capes, can parse human speech, and can even read your mood. They also might be able to sniff out malaria. A group of researchers in the United Kingdom trained dogs to detect malaria in people infected with the disease but who had no fever or physical symptoms. They presented the results this week at the annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in New Orleans. Malaria is a global problem. Despite $2.7 billion in funding to eradicate the...

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Video: Tips for Reducing Holiday Stress for Dogs and Cats

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