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Dog foods to avoid

Evanger’s Specialty dog food found to be under processed and could cause botulism.
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Evanger’s Specialty has long been recommended as an excellent source of single meat for dogs who are allergic to one kind of meat. Wrong!

Evanger’s Game Meats has 100% natural meat cans for you to select from for your pet. You can buy Evanger’s at specialty pet stores, order through your vet or order online. Evanger’s dry food is also good. It's a hypoallergenic dog food for sensitive dogs and available in 4.4 lb and 16.5 resealable bags priced at $7 to $27 from their online store.

Important notice: The FDA has posted a consumer alert on April 24, 2008 warning consumers that Evanger's Dog and Cat Food company is producing under-processed pet food which can cause botulism. For this reason, we suspend the recommendation for Evangers until further notice.

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