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A Comparison: FDA Response to Pet Illness and Death linked to Kibble and Raw Pet Food


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comparison of how FDA has handled pet illness and death and human illness linked to kibble pet food and raw pet food.

First and foremost…this post is NOT in defense of raw pet food or in opposition to kibble pet food. The point of this post is to point out how FDA handles pet illness and death reports linked to a pet food and human illness linked to a pet food differently – depending on the company involved and/or the type/style of pet food involved. If FDA wishes to have the respect and trust of pet food consumers, they must handle all pet illness and death reports (linked to a pet food or treat) the same.


Read the rest about the bias at: http://truthaboutpetfood.com/a-comparison-fda-response-to-pet-illness-and-death-linked-to-kibble-and-raw-pet-food/
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