June 19, 2024

Keep Pets Safe From Holiday Hazards With Tips From FDA

Keep pets safe from holiday hazards with these tips from the FDA. There are many smells, sights, and sounds that may be unfamiliar to curious dogs and cats this time of year, and some can be hazardous to your pet's health. Salt dough ornaments and homemade play dough can be fatal to pets if eaten. The high salt content is the concern. Make sure that you warn your children to keep these items away from your dog or cats as well. One cup of salt is 48 teaspoons. A pet that weighs 10 pounds can get sick after eating just 1/2 teaspoon of table salt. A 1-1/2 teaspoon dose can be fatal. Tinsels and ribbons are also problematic. The sparkly and wiggly items look like prey, and they can cause serious stomach and intestinal damage to dogs and cats. Keep tinsel off the tree and collect all … [Read more...]

GoHealthy Probiotics Recalled for Potential Microbial Growth

GoHealthy Probiotics and Ozona Probiotics are being recalled because they may have the potential to become contaminated with microbial growth. This can cause illness, especially since two of the products are intended for infants, toddlers, and kids. No illnesses have been reported to the company to date in connection with the consumption of these products. The recalling firm is Ozona Organics LLC of Ozona, Texas. The recalled products are 4 ounce and 16 ounce bottles of Ozona Probiotics for Digestive Health (intended for human use), also labeled as GoHealthy Probiotics for Infants, Toddlers and Kids in 2 ounce bottles, and GoHealthy Probiotics for Infants, Kids, Men and Women in 4 ounce bottles. The products have high water activity that provides the potential for microbial growth, … [Read more...]

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