Recall Issued For Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy Dry Food

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According to recent news from the consumer reports, the manufacturer along with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is recalling a certain type of dog food from the P&G’s Iams brand. The Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy dry food was found to have high levels of a toxin called aflatoxin that may cause many illnesses in pets.

The FDA has announced that retailers have removed the remaining recalled products from their shelves but that several consumers still own bags of the recalled product in their homes. According to official reports, the illnesses related to the bacteria found in the dog food may cause the dogs to suffer sluggishness, vomiting, lethargy, yellowish tint to the eyes, diarrhea etc.

The article announced that the product was distributed to most states of the country and that the recalled bags have February 5 or February 6, 2013 stamped on their Best If Used By labels.

If your pet consumed this recalled product, take it to a veterinarian as fast as possible. I, a Seattle personal injury attorney and a pet owner understand how important our pet’s health is to our family and us.

Don’t hesitate to contact a personal injury lawyer if you ever feel like a defective product has caused you or a loved one to be severely injured. Don’t let the negligence of a big company harm your loved ones.

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