Kathy, my thoughts are with you.
There's now another venue for food testing....the article (link below) is new today....about the half-way point:
"In light of the new findings, toxicologists at UC Davis' California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System are stepping up their offer to test other, unrecalled foods to ensure all problems are found.
"There aren't that many labs that are doing this kind of testing right now. It's our obligation to follow up," said Bob Poppenga, a UC Davis professor of veterinary clinical toxicology.
The lab is encouraging veterinarians to contact it through its Web site, http://cahfs.ucdavis.edu/
, to arrange testing of food eaten by pets hit with acute kidney failure."http://www.sacbee.com/101/story/153049.html
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