J.M. Smucker recalled five different lots of Milo’s Kitchen dog treats on the possibility of having “elevated levels of beef thyroid hormone.” The company’s FDA-posted recall notice claims the company issued the recall as soon as the FDA told Smucker three dogs had fallen ill. “The FDA advised us of the agency's understanding regarding the history and clinical signs in three dogs,” a Smucker spokesperson e-mailed The Miami Herald Friday. “Although we did not receive all information necessary to definitively determine whether the clinical signs FDA reported were linked to consumption of our products, we opted to recall the products anyway out of an abundance of caution. We intend to continue to ...Continue reading

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