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I read too much! I went on line today to look into Canidae's breeders program and when I put "Canidae" into the search box I noticed something negative about it a couple of collums down. Needless to say, I had to check it out as I am a big fan of Canidae.
Don't know if there is any thing to it, but it is a very recent complaint and it is something to maybe store in your noggin in case you feed your dogs it and they start acting funny.

http://www.consumeraffairs.com/pets/menu_pet_food.html
http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2 ... lls72.html
 

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Thanks for posting. I use Canidae too, I have not noticed any odd illness...but I'll watch! We almost lost a puppy to the Eukunuba puppy food before the recall came out...so boy, do I know the symptoms!
Wise advise...keep an eye on your dogs and you will know if all is well.
I appreciate the heads up.
 

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This is worrisome as we just switched to Canidae. At first Cali loved it and now she's back to being a picky eater again. Not sure what to do. Poohs aren't normal.
 

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Ok we just finished a bag of Canidae that was dated June 07 to June 08
we noticed Max and peanut tooting alot with softer stools
HOWEVER we are now on a bag of Aug 07 to aug 21, 2008 and they are normal again. no tooting , firm stools. so is it coincedence? or not

don't know but all is going really well with Max and Peanut for past week on new bag. AS i almost was going to put them back on my customized boiled food diet if it didn't stop. it did :D
 
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