Petco To Stop Selling Dog, Cat Treats Made In China

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Petco To Stop Selling Dog, Cat Treats Made In China

The pet supply retail chain Petco has announced that after the deaths of 1,000 dogs were linked to consuming chicken, duck and jerky treats imported from China, it will cease selling Chinese-made pet treats in its 1,300 stores across the nation. What do you think?

  • "For me this issue is mostly academic, as I've been banned from all 1,300 Petco locations."

    William Kesteren
    Meat Curer
  • "Now where is my dog going to get his daily recommended allowance of cadmium?"

    Max Whinnett
    Poker Room Supervisor
  • "Thankfully I've been importing Chinese ducks for months for just such an emergency."

    Sarah Cavalli
    Sweater Designer
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