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Carolyn   Bakersfield, CA

4/18/2011 8:31:14 PM

Why has Priority dog food been able to keep their product in the stores when they have recalls on it dating back to 2006 and it is now 2011???

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Annika   Hanover, PA

8/18/2010 5:16:28 AM

ALDI's in Hanover ,Pa sells SHEP food for dogs still!!! Don't get it!!!! My vet says boiled meat with rice is safer for dogs. My dog loves it!!

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Bryan   Sweetwater, TN

6/30/2010 7:35:46 PM

We have been using Tops 27%/15% Protien / Fat for a while and feed 12 dogs with in The premiem Red Bag and all of our dogs got sick!!!!!!!! What should we do? In the morning we are going to The Vet.....But they wont quit throwing up....

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Mary Kay   Easton, MD

6/18/2010 3:07:27 PM

This is utterly ridicilous that this site has NOT been updated since 2007, its 2010, do you not think you can tell us more about this Dog/Cat Food that is still on the SHELVES of our GROCERY & CONVEINIET Stores!! WHEN IS THIS ALL GOING TO STOP< thoasae items that are contaminated shoulde be off the counters years ago!!!! YET your letting people to continue to feed there animals POSION!!!! I had the PROOF ON PAPER, having two reciepts, one dated May of 2005, the other dated Feb of 2007, Our "POOH DOG" passed after we feed her FEb. 26th, MOM MOM's Birthday, in which we LOST the year 2006 2 days after her birthday!! I had 7 packets of this posion, asking regarrding the left overs, I was instructed to rid of them myself, I AM FED UP WITH MENU FOODS!! ITS TIME TO SETTLE!! WHY DO WE HAVE TO WAIT FOR THE 4 PEOPLE WHO ARE holding this lawsuit up!! WE all want our ANimals BACK, we know that's not goning to happen!!! YET I DO WANT AN ANSWER ON MHY IHAD RECIEPTS 2005 with the same EXACT SKU #'s to the TEE!!!! SETTLE THIS LAWSUIT IT GONE ON LONG ENOUGH!!!

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Alyssa   Boston, MA

5/21/2010 9:05:45 PM

hopfully nothing has changed because max eats pedigree


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Suzanne   Leland, NC

4/7/2010 2:37:07 PM

Last date of update was 2007!!!!

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Kristy   Sparta, TN

10/13/2009 11:21:03 AM

Why wa this updated in 2007? This tells me that you people running this web site don't care about these animals!

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Jean   Abq, NM

6/27/2009 9:07:38 AM

This appears to be OLD NEWS: update dated 2007

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Patricia   Parlin, NJ

6/5/2009 1:21:51 PM

IN your opinion, what is the safest most benefical dog food to feed your pet. One of my dogs have really bad allergies, I would prefer something to help curb that for

Thank you so much for your time and input.

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Shelly   Bothell, WA

2/27/2009 12:22:45 AM

stick to homemade cooked chicken, and buffalo is very safe (when you can get it) along with home-made Vegies, and Kibble. Good thing I COOK! although I want to go on cooking vacation lately.

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Chris   Worcester, MA

9/15/2008 6:59:52 PM

what in the hell can I feed my beloved?!?!

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Jenna   Lincoln, NE

7/24/2008 2:08:19 PM

Is Beneful on the list, now in July? I really don't want to lose my companion

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Pat   Saint Charles, IL

5/11/2008 11:00:52 AM

Needs to be updated today 5/11/2008 I am now taking care of my 5 dogs who I just started to feed nutro wet and dry.All 5 becoame seriously ill with diarreah and vomiting.One was taken to the vet and was given 3 meds,the others are getting better no thanks to Nutro..I am very discusted in the pet food industry for not keep up on this

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Nicole   Omaha, NE

12/8/2007 2:42:57 PM

My best friend, Kobe, died Wednesday morning. We searched our house top to bottom, inside to out and didn't find a single thing that would have caused his liver to shut down. i may be grasping at straws because I cannot comprehend our loss. but I need some form of an answer. This dog provided me with love and security from the moment i picked him out. I don't know what to do, I want him back so badly.

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Amy   Dalton, GA

8/21/2007 11:06:38 AM

Would like information regarding dog treats as well. Thanks

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Sheila   Lake Park, GA

5/11/2007 8:32:34 AM

Pedigree is not on the list but I have two Yorkies that are both in the hospital. They are my children and it makes me ill to think that we have fed them a product we trusted to make them healthy not sick. I contacted the Consumer Complaint Coordinators and filed a complaint. They suggested that I also call Pedigree and file a complaint which I intend to do. I think if these companies had to pay the vet bills they would be more carefull about checking their products. My vet bill will be around 1000.00.

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Dan   Dardanelle, AR

5/2/2007 4:39:56 PM

I think the food maker shoould be responsable for the vet bills and the keepers of these pets should be compinsated for there
My mother had a toy poodle for 8 years the dog had a better life than most people the is how much she cared for the dog.She feed it Ol'Roy Pouches it got sick with kidnet failure and renal failure and died with in two days,We had it to the vet 3 or four times with in the two day period.And he told us she was very toxic.This was before the recall. After the recall he said he was sure she got some of the bad food.My mom is still hart broken .My mother is 83 years old and her pet was her best friend.

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chelsea   wesley chapel, FL

5/1/2007 4:16:13 PM

is pedigree puppy food on the list now in may??

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Marilyn Grayson   Las Cruces, NM

4/29/2007 10:23:39 AM

Your list has not been updated for 11 days????

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