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Recall Alert Update
Eukanuba Custom Care Sensitive Skin Pet Food Sold At Pet Supplies Plus
Is Included In Recent Iams Recall
Recall Also Includes Dry Eukanuba Naturally Wild Sold At PSP as well as Dry Eukanuba Pure In All Sizes and Varieties, and Iams Veterinary Dry Formulas Not Sold At PSP
Iams has recalled dry Eukanuba Custom Care Sensitive Skin and dry Eukanuba Naturally Wild pet food in all bag sizes and varieties and for all expiration dates because of the potential for Salmonella contamination. Both of these dry foods are sold at PSP and other pet specialty retailers. Our previous email alert incorrectly stated that Eukanuba Custom Care Sensitive Skin was not sold at PSP. We apologize for this error.
Anyone who has purchased this food should stop feeding it to their pet immediately. Affected food should be returned to your local PSP store double bagged in plastic (to prevent contact with the food) for a full refund.
For more food recalls by other food companies,please go to the top of the page ,click on More Info and than click on food recalls.
OBESITY IN CATS Dr. Rebecca Remillard Nutrition OVERVIEW Obesity is defined as the excessive accumulation of body fat. At least 25 percent of all cats are considered obese or are likely to become obese. It is the most common nutrition-related health condition in cats in our society. The primary causes of obesity are overeating and lack of exercise. When regular caloric intake exceeds the energy burned, the excess is stored as fat.