CLEVELAND - A well-known brand of puppy food is being recalled because it could make your pet sick.
The Food and Drug Administration said one lot of Iams Proactive Health Smart Puppy Dry dog food contains high level of toxins, and can cause vomiting and diarrhea if consumed in large quantities. The specific retailers are not named, but the FDA does say that it is a limited number.
The FDA said that retailers have removed the affected dog food from store shelves, and that no health effects related to this recall have been reported.
The recalled dog food has a use by or expiration date of either Feb. 5 or Feb. 6, 2013, and includes 7, 8 and 17 and a half pound bags.
Owners who purchased the recalled Iams dry dog food should stop using it and throw it away.
Consumers can also contact Iams at the number below for a voucher toward a replacement bag of dog food. For more information, or a product replacement or refund call P&G at 866-908-1569, or click here: http:// www.fda.gov /Safety/Recalls/ ucm282506.htm
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