The makers of Iams dog food last week recalled several types of dog food due to possible salmonella contamination.
Products affected include Eukanuba brand dry dog food and Iams dry dog and cat foods, both of which are owned by Procter & Gamble.
Click here for a full list of affected products and instructions on how to receive replacements.
The dog food was distributed across the U.S., mostly the East Coast. All retailers have been notified and is working to remove them from stores, the company said.
Pets with salmonella poisoning can experience fatigue, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
According to local vets and dog owners, there's been a spike in cases of doggy diarrhea, vomiting and intestinal problems. According to one area vet, "there is a lot of really bad diarrhea going around, even in dogs that don't go to dog parks." We've shared the diarrhea reports with the County and have not been instructed to take any action. While we don't know the source of the infection or how it is spreading, we can help keep our dogs safe by keeping our park as clean as we possibly can.
It is critically important that we pick up after our dogs and clean up any other deposits when we see them. Please do a little extra. And, if your dog is sick or passing loose or runny stool, please do not bring him to the park.
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