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Ol’ Roy Dog Food Withdrawn For Deadly Drug Contamination; Pentobarbital Found In Canned Dog Food

Today, we learn of yet another national brand of dog food was found to contain the lethal euthanizing drug sodium pentobarbital: Walmart’s brand Ol’ Roy canned dog food. Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer, is now in the process of quietly removing it from all 4,700 stores across America.
If you are buying kibble or canned food you want to read this article: 
Would it surprise you to learn that what your beloved pets have been eating is at least partly made of euthanized pets?

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Mars/Royal Canin neglects to tell veterinarians and their staff that the legal definition of many by-product ingredients allow diseased, condemned, and non-slaughtered animal carcasses. Mars/Royal Canin neglects to tell consumers that the FDA and each State Department of Agriculture openly allows diseased, condemned, and non-slaughtered animal material in pet food with no warning to the consumer. (For any veterinarian in doubt of this – please read these two
FDA Compliance Policies  1 
FDA Compliance Policies 2 

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FDA admits: Pentobarbital in Pet Food More Of A Problem Than Originally Thought. Pentobarbital in pet food 

The class action lawsuit against Champion Pet Food (manufacturer of Orijen and Acana) has been amended in a concerning way. The lawsuit now includes risk of inclusion in their pet food of pentobarbital...”
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