New Cat Food Recall: Rad Cat Raw Diet

Radagast Pet Food, Inc. of Portland, Oregan has a voluntary recall out on all varieties of Rad Cat Raw Diets with Best By dates of 10/19/18 through 12/3/19. These foods are potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. This  can cause illness in humans exposed to the diet during preparation to feed pets, including “some or all of […]

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Potential Dangers to Feeding a Grain Free Diet

The pet food industry spends a lot of money marketing its products to pet owners.  Like any good marketing effort, the purpose is to increase sales of the product.  Pet food marketers know that owners are looking at the ingredient list to make their decisions about which food to feed. However, as the veterinary nutritionists […]

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NEW RECALL: DARWIN’S NATURAL PET PRODUCTS

Do you feed your animals Darwin’s Natural Pet Products? Darwin’s Natural Pet Products has issued a voluntary recall on four different products after testing positive for Salmonella. After testing, some of the Chicken and Duck with Organic Vegetables Meals for Dogs may contain Salmonella and the Turkey with Organic Vegetables Meals for Dogs may contain […]

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Raws for Paws Pet Food Recalled

Do you feed your animals a raw diet? Recently, two children in Minnesota became sick with Salmonella after feeding their pets Raws for Paws raw ground turkey pet food.  This food was recalled on February 5th, 2018 by the manufacturer. One of the children developed a complication called osteomyelitis— a bone infection—and required hospitalization. If […]

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Do you feed your dogs peanut butter?

If you are feeding your dog Peanut Butter, beware! Xylitol is a sugar substitute that is being used in many Sugar-free Peanut Butters (as well as gum and other products), and it can be life-threatening to your dog! Some popular brands of Peanut Butter that contain Xylitol are listed below (may not be a complete […]

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BEST WISHES TO DR. MORRIS IN HER NEW BUSINESS VENTURE!

With happiness for Dr. Morris, and some sadness for the remaining Veremedy team, we announce that Dr. Anita Morris will no longer be seeing patients at our veterinary offices.  For some time, Dr. Morris has been offering expert ultrasound services to other veterinary offices in Vermont and New Hampshire.  The demand for these services has […]

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