Thursday, April 5, 2007

Another Recall :(

http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/04/05/pet.chews/index.html

http://www.sunshinemills.com/press_release.html

Just in case any of you guys eat this stuff and hadn't seen it yet. When Thrawn was at the Neurologist they share an office with an emergency clinic and there was a dog & dog-parents across the hall. Mom heard (I think she was snooping) that the dog had eaten the recalled food and was really sick. Just very, very sad.

Hope everyone is ok - Samantha

4 comments:

Ferndoggle said...

And exactly what the heck are we supposed to eat now??? Guess Mom is just gonna have to start cooking for us now. As it should be!

Sherman, Penny & Lola

P.S. Thanks so much for the nomination! We'll be voting for you guys though!

Dachsies Rule said...

So sad about the dog at the ER. We hope he ends up okay but we will never know. We hope you are taking good care of Thrawn.

Roxie, Sammy & Andy

PiratesGrrl said...

Hey Guys

Mom was at Target last night to get us marshmallows (for our meds) and some treats. By the time she started to REALLY read the boxes she didn't want to buy any of their treats so we ended up with Honey Grahams instead until she figures something out! Wooohoooo!!!

The Brat Pack

Sherry said...

Aaaaah! It's just ridiculous. Almost like a conspiracy against dogs. Sophie gets baby carrots as treats, and someone just told me about another option for meaty treats ... although it sounds disgusting to me. I'm sure Sophie would love it!

As I understand it, you take a weiner and nuke it in the microwave until it's shriveled up to almost nothing ... basically, I think you are dehydrating the thing. Then, apparently you can break it up into little snacks. The person who told me this one owns a pomeranian (the Thing!, from Sophie's blog), so not sure. To be honest, I don't know what the point of dehydrating is. Sophie would be just as happy eating the weiner raw.

And then, of course, there's home baking. I used to bake cookies for Sophie all the time. At least you can use all organic and know (as much as you can) where the ingredients come from.