KraMar recalls dog food after poison reports
<a href=”http://www.kramar.com.au/” target=”_blank”>KraMar the company that imports a Chinese made chicken dog treat has voluntary recalled its “Supa Naturals Chicken breast strips”, which is one of Australia’s highest selling dog snacks. It took this action after multiple cases around Australia revealed that the common link with dogs showing signs of adnormal kidney problems was that they were fed Supa Naturals Chicken breast strips. See press release from the KarMar site here.
Note: Star Pets does not sell any pet food made in China and has never sold Supa Naturals Chicken breast strips.
A statement issued by KraMar CEO, Brian Fouche says the withdrawal is a precaution as a link has not been scientifically established and the testing is continuing.
“It is a mystery to us, but in the interests of animal welfare we have decided to take this decision,” he said.
Dog owners have been feeding their dogs Supa Naturals Chicken breast strips have been asked to visit their vets if they have noticed any symptoms such the dog may be drinking and urinating a lot, unusually lethargic or vomiting.