Evo canned users...heads-up!
[B]There [I][COLOR="Red"]may[/COLOR][/I] be an issue[/B] in play with some EVO canned foods....
I'm more than a little surprised that there has been no word about this here at [B]Pets.ca[/B]..........
Surely, we haven't become desensitized to food safety concerns....on the sixth anniversary of the largest petfood recall in history - and, which started in this very country!!!
Folks, perhaps people should consider "signing up" for some service (such as Susan's) so as to, at the very least, be aware that there MAY BE A PROBLEM going on...
There are discussions going on about this Evo issue/non-issue on other forums (TheCatSite, CatForum, Itchmoforums) where further info may be available..........
I did a research on the Weruva canned dog food to made sure there was no recalls on it and to if see if I could find any bad reviews on it before buying it for my dog. I hate the way the cans are made, they have a pull up tag to open them. So I am careful to not drop the cans and losen the seals. I really feel these cans are bad idea. But Marty is so picky and weruva is the only canned food he will eat .
[quote]Dear Natura Family...
Direct link to list: [url]http://www.naturapet.com/voluntary_recall/Natura%20-%20Affected%20Products.pdf[/url]
CONTRARY to the earlier reports, [B]NO WET/CANNED FOOD IS INVOLVED[/B].
If my reading of the list is correct, these are the Best Before Dates:[quote]
[B][COLOR="Red"]The expiration window for all affected products is 12/17/13 through 1/2/14[/COLOR][/B][/quote]
Just a thought, but the chances of EVO's dry kibble foods and their wet canned foods being produced in the same facility are probably pretty remote.
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