These Dog Foods Have Been Recalled Because They May Contain EUTHANASIA DRUGS

Do you feed your dogs wet food? If so, you need to check your labels because 4 major brands have been recalled by the manufacturer, J.M. Smucker Company.

According to a message sent to retailers, the foods could contain a drug that is used in euthanasia.

The J.M. Smucker Company is initiating a voluntary withdrawal of a limited quantity of Gravy Train®, Kibbles ‘N Bits®, and Skippy®Wet Dog Food products after learning specific SKUs did not meet our specifications because a minor ingredient may contain low levels of pentobarbital. This is not a threat to pet safety. Although the extremely low levels do not present a health or safety risk, their presence in our products is not acceptable to us. (source)

In a different article, the brand Ol’ Roy was also included in the list of recalled brands.

Pentobarbital in pet foods can cause death.

Despite reassurances that the tainted food doesn’t present a risk, a previous pentobarbital taint caused the death of


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