Hundreds of Dogs Die After Eating Jerky Treats

By: Jim Siedlecki Email
By: Jim Siedlecki Email

The Food and Drug Administration is asking for information on animals who became ill or died after eating several different brands of jerky treats.

Nearly 600 animals died, most of them dogs.

The recalled jerky treats include "Waggin Train," "Canyon Creek Ranch," "Milo's Kitchen Chicken Jerky," and "Chicken Grillers."

Scientists initially thought an anti-biotic residue in the treats was the problem, but they don't believe that's the case any longer.

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