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Pet Food Recall & Food Safety — sites & sources

May 10, 2007

This is by no means a comprehensive list. Some of the links here have far more information than you could ever want to digest. Yes, I’m biased. If you have a suggestion for another source with a different perspective that is articulate and thoughtfully presented, please add a comment! And let me know if any of the links are broken. It’s a mad rush sometimes to keep this list up to date, which means that YT doesn’t always type the URLs accurately. If that doesn’t make you mad, the whole regulatory snafu should. See my other posts past present and future.

In no particular order:

Current FDA info on the Pet Food Recall

Whole Dog Journal (A-1 tops in credibility in my book) and its take on the Pet Food Disaster

The Bark magazine (my absolute favorite dog parent pub) May-June 07: Trust the hand that feeds you

Howl911’s Pet Food Portal

Itchmo

ThePetFoodList.com

petconnection.com

PetFoodTracker

The Humane Society of the United States updated list

ASPCA update 4/27/07: What every pet parent should know

Safe Pet Food blog by Teresa Holladay, holistic rescuer

Links from Janet Tobiassen Crosby, DVM, on About.com:

Selecting a Good Commercial Pet Food, by Jean Hofve, DVM, on the Little Big Cat website

Here’s one of my favorite public relations/communication bloggers, who’s also an avid pet-lover and really calls on the carpet whoever needs to be: B.L. Ochman: WhatsNextBlog.com

International Herald Tribune 4/29/07: Filler in animal feed is open secret in China

Macleans Canada 4/30/07: The Great Pet Food Scandal

Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals 5/07: US food safety crisis provokes regulatory action

Washington Post science writer David Brown & board-certified vet toxicologist Dr. Robert Poppenga discussed Brown’s 5/7/07 article, “How Two Innocuous Compounds Combined to Kill Pets” — session transcript from Tuesday, 5/8/07 at 11 a.m. ET

Transcript of free panel presented by Pet Hobbyist the same day — read what top pet bloggers have to say and what pet parents can do — Tuesday, 5/8/07 at 10 p.m. ET

Videos by holistic vet Dr. Shawn Messonnier

Dogster blog

Animal Protection Institute Get the Facts:  What’s Really in Pet Food

 

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One comment

  1. Until we stop over processing the food chain we will have the need for lists like this – thanks for taking the time to put it together though – most useful.



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