Monday, March 26, 2007

How to Handle the recall

Though the pet food has been recalled, the battle is far from over. According to one veterinarian, 'I'm worried that there are more deaths to come from chronic renal failure over the next several months,' Langston said. 'It's not over.' If you have been affected by this negligence, we recommend you take the following steps:

1. If you believe your pet could have potentially consumed contaminated food, take him/her to the vet immediately. The symptoms include lethargy, vomiting, and frequent urination.
2. Save any cans of pet food which you believe are contaminated. Do not open them.
3. Save all records of veterinary/hospital bills regardless of your pet's outcome.
4. Contact a lawyer if you intend to pursue your legal rights.

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