So do you own a Toyota? Because this sounds terrifying!
Toyota is recalling 870,000 vehicles because of problem… caused by spiders!!
It's all about the airbag, and no, it's not like they accidentally filled their airbag with spiders so when you get in a fender bender, you get blasted with a face full of spiders.
That literally sounds like the worst thing ever!
What happens is, if spiderwebs
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A dog treats company has recalled two of its products due to antibiotic residue in their meats from China.
Nestle Purina PetCare Co. voluntarily withdrew all Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brand dog treats sold in the United States.
New York's state agricultural department found the residue, which is legal for poultry in China but it is considered adulteration in the States.
Nestle Purina was sure to call it a "withdrawal" instead of a "recall" to make sure pet owners knew it is still technically safe to eat the products.
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This is just a disaster.
Massachusetts pet food manufacturer, WellPet, has recalled its Wellness Dog Food brand due to high moisture levels.
Unfortunately, all of the WellPet websites (it also makes Holistic Select, Eagle Pack and Old Mother Hubbard) are down due to Hurricane Sandy so consumers cannot get more facts on the situation.
The website servers are based in New Jersey, a state hit with billions of dollars worth of damage.
The sites may be up today but the company is fielding phone calls as well.
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Nature's Recipe has voluntarily recalled its Oven Baked Biscuits with Real Chicken product due to possible salmonella contamination.
One of the company's U.S food plants is believed to be infected with salmonella, although neither the company nor the FDA will reveal the specific cause.
No humans or pets have gotten sick yet and there are no reported infections.
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After Diamond Pet Foods' three dog food recalls, we thought our pets' stomachs (and ours) could be at ease.
But now, Mars Petcare US wants to hop into the recall biz…
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Three times?!?!!?! It might be time to give up the dream.
Diamond Pet Foods has recalled its third type of doggie food in fear of salmonella.
All three products come from the same plant in Gaston, SC.
What's even worse is that
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Don't feed your pets melons! Don't eat any either! At least until the CDC gives the all clear.
There has been a recall on Rocky Ford brand cantaloupes due to a Listeria contamination.
Listeria is a bacteria that can cause flu-like symptoms, such as vomiting, diarrhea, fever and muscle aches.
It can lead to loss of balance, seizures or even death. 15 people have already died!
The infection is on the outside of the melon, which means you could easily transmit it to your pets.
All you have to do is handle a contaminated melon then pet your animal buddy.
Make sure to properly dispose of any possibly contaminated cantaloupes by putting them in a sealed container.
Let's keep our animals safe as well as ourselves, if you don't have your health then you don't have much at all.
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