Are Snausages on the dog food/treats recall list?

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Question by Candice B: Are Snausages on the dog food/treats recall list?
I looked on the internet and didn’t find anything, but I thought I’d ask, just to be safe. Thanks for your

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Answer by willow7272
your question made me go look too. i can’t find anything about it. this is just absurd! i am afraid to feed my little guy anything! I hope they nail this problem down soon.

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Format Question by Candice B : Are Snausages on the dog food/treats recall list?
I looked on the internet and didn’t find anything, but I thought I’d ask, just to be safe. Thanks for your help!
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Answer by willow7272 your question made me go look too. i can’t find anything about it. this is just absurd! i am afraid to feed my little guy anything! I hope they nail this problem down soon.
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3 Responses to “Are Snausages on the dog food/treats recall list?”

  1. Karen W says:

    So far, no.
    Here is the official FDA website; I have bookmarked it and intend to check it daily. Ol’Roy biscuits and several store brands made by Sunshine Foods were added to the recall list today.

    http://www.fda.gov/oc/opacom/hottopics/petfood.html

  2. jilly says:

    no they are not. I get emails from hubpages.com and the person that runs the web site has been giving me a list of foods and snacks that are not involved in the recall and snausages are not on the recall list.

  3. Gone2TheDogs says:

    No, they aren’t, but here’s something to consider: The label lists seven instances of artificial preservatives and several artificial colors. It also contains Propylene Glycol (as do most grocery store treats) –
    Propylene glycol is used:

    As a moisturizer in medicines, cosmetics, food, and tobacco products

    As a medical and sexual lubricant (A.K.A. “personal lubricant”)

    As an emulsification agent in Angostura and Orange bitters

    As a solvent for food colors and flavourings

    As a humectant food additive, labeled as E number E1520

    As a carrier in fragrance oils

    As a non-toxic antifreeze

    In smoke machines to make artificial smoke for use in firefighters’ training and theatrical productions

    In hand sanitizers, antibacterial lotions, and saline solutions

    As a main ingredient in many cosmetic products, including baby wipes, bubble baths, deodorants, shampoos, and hair dyes

    As a base ingredient in aircraft deicing fluid and some automobile antifreezes

    In cryonics

    As a working fluid in hydraulic presses

    To regulate humidity in a cigar humidor

    As the killing and preserving agent in pitfall traps, usually used to capture ground beetles.

    To treat livestock ketosis.

    I hope after reading that you DO NOT want to feed Snausages to your dog any more!!

    Some GOOD treats for your dog, as suggested by Whole Dog Journal

    Buddy Biscuits
    California Natural Health Bar
    Charlee Bear Dog Treats
    Doggie Devines
    Old Mother Hubbard Dog Biscuits
    Liver Biscotti
    Howlin’ Gourmet
    Waggers Dog treats
    Lick your Chops Biscuits

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