Milo’s kitchen dog treats recalled

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Two types of dog treats are being recalled because they may contain too much beef thyroid hormone.

Both treats are “Milo’s Kitchen” brand, made by the j-m smucker company.

The recall involves the “grilled burger bites with sweet potato and bacon”… And “steak grillers recipe with angus steak.”

The F-D-A says the food can make dogs extra thirsty and restless – and lead to weight loss and increased heart rate.

The company voluntarily issued the recalls after reports that at least three dogs got ill.

The F-D-A says the symptoms can go away on their own when dogs stop eating the treats.

But if a dog has been consuming the food for a while, the symptoms can become more severe.. and include heavy breathing and vomiting.

The F-D-A says dog owners should stop using the treats and contact a vet if their pet has those symptoms.
 

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