December 10, 2019

Not Even The Dog Should Eat This Fruitcake

What’s worse than fruitcake? Moldy fruitcake. For dogs.

Dog Food SafetyClaudia’s Cuisine  is voluntarily recalling Dog Candy Fruit Hound Cake (7.5oz) and Dog Candy Blueberry Hound Cake (7.5oz) because of potential mold contamination. No other products made by the Maumelle, Ark.-based company have been impacted.

The hound cakes, which are sold at pet food stores, are being voluntarily withdrawn from the market for potential mold contamination. No illnesses have been reported in connection with consumption of these products.

Consumers who have purchased these cakes should not feed them to their dogs. PetSmart stores are offering full refunds to customers who suspect their cakes may be moldy.

Fruitcake for people should never be fed to dogs as they often contain raisins or currants which are toxic to dogs.  And some fruitcakes are soaked in rum, which can give dogs alcohol poisoning. If you think your dog is sick form something he ate, call you veteranarian.

 

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