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BREAKING NEWS: Menu Foods Recall Expands Dramatically Due to Cross-Contamination

BREAKING NEWS: Menu Foods Recall Expands Dramatically Due to Cross-Contamination

Menu Foods says:

Deadly Mix of Melamine and Cyanuric Acid May Have Formed Deadly Potion

Mix of chemicals may be key to pet-food deaths

(CNN) — Scientists from Canada and the United States say they have new evidence for why dogs and cats died after eating contaminated pet food.
Owners of more than 4,000 pets have complained to the federal Food and Drug Administration that their animals died after eating food that was later recalled.
Inspectors found melamine in the tainted products, but not at levels that would normally kill. But researchers now say that it may have mixed with another compound — cyanuric acid — to produce crystals that may have been deadly.

Dog tests positive for rare, contagious disease

Dog tests positive for rare, contagious disease
CENTRALIA, Wash. – A dog from rural Lewis County recently tested positive for Brucella canis.

County Public Health Department staff met with the owner and learned the
infected dog is one of many she has on her property. She rescues all types and
sizes of dogs, and she also breeds "designer dogs" such as pugles (combination
of pug and beagle) and purebreds.
About 110 dogs were found on the property – many of them living in filthy
conditions. One tested positive to brucellosis, but at least 18 others are