Nikko said:I was wondering the same thing. I've been feeding both my cats and dog, Performatrin. Could someone give me the link to all the recalled food?
Ceaser is okaaay as supplement to a good dry food. Whiskas isn't that great. Ol'Roy is horrid! :no:candyraver said:I'm feeding ceaser to both of my small dogs& had been for awhile.Our cats are on Whiskas.I haven't heard anything on those foods yet.It's what we always fed.I wanted to look for something more nutritious since i'm not 110% how good those foods are for the animals.(is it junk food? I want healthy food...& non contaminated).
I know Ol' Roy food is still in almost every store I see.My uncle fed his setter that as it was what his previous owner got him to eat as well.It IS on the recalled list,but still in stores!!So be careful what you buy.
When I researched the FDA site, it said symptoms usually showed up within a couple of days. I can't offer any medical opinions, but it seems like it doesn't take too long if you have tainted food to see ill effects.formula86 said:So, one of my original questions was - Will the symptoms be delayed if the food is bad?
I ask because I'm still feeding the Nutro without problems and have been since the recall. When I heard about it, I took back the wet food that was affected (just cat stuff). But I kept the dry cause it wasn't recalled at the time.
So are my pets ok if they have been doing well the whole time?
Ceaser has a dry food too though.For small dogs,& seniors.formula86 said:Ceaser is okaaay as supplement to a good dry food. Whiskas isn't that great. Ol'Roy is horrid! :no:
There are a few threads in the dog and cats section on good foods. But some are recalled.
Thanks. And thanks for the info.millie121 said:When I researched the FDA site, it said symptoms usually showed up within a couple of days. I can't offer any medical opinions, but it seems like it doesn't take too long if you have tainted food to see ill effects.
Also, Nutro DRY food, if I recall, doesn't have wheat gluten or rice protein concentrate in it. Their website says they aren't associated with American Nutrition, so there shouldn't even be any in there that's unlabeled. Some varieties have corn gluten in it. But so far, nothing has turned up in corn gluten in the U.S. so far, and I don't believe there are any FDA alerts for it.
I'm glad are your critters are doin' good