It's so nice this warning comes right after my dogs have consumed a large bag of dog cookies with peanut butter. And have been eating the little peanut butter paws for the past week and a half. No one is showing any signs of ill effects. So guessing all was OK with these. But I won't be buying anymore in the near future. And to think I was upset this time around when they were out of the big bags of peanut butter cookies. Guess it was a good thing after all.
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Well what's even more upsetting is the fact that they have known about the salmonella out break for a while since back in November, and there's still food on the markets containing the tainted peanut butter. This should have been tooken care of along time ago.
I wouldn't worry too much about it unless your dogs are very young, very old, or immuno-compromised. Salmonella is practically everywhere in the environment and dogs taste test everything. They are not nearly as susceptible to problems from salmonella as people are.
The outbreak is associated with the big peanut butter salmonella--in lots of processed human foods as well. It kind of makes you want to go back to the olden days of raising your own foods on a family farm.
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Laurashenk, I'm glad you said it first...I was sorely tempted. When I saw the topic's title I thought of some weird ointment being used like Bag Balm or Chapstick, maybe for help treating mastitis or something.