Features September 2007 Issue

How Dog Food Has Changed Due to The Pet Food Recall

Pet food industry executives tell us what they are doing differently since the “rolling recalls” of early 2007.

There have been pet food recalls before, and there will be recalls in the future, but the event of early 2007 will probably be recorded as the costliest pet food recall in history. However, it’s our hope, and the opinion of many, that the lessons learned from this infamous event should prevent any similar large-scale pet food disaster from happening ever again. Below, seven pet food company executives explain how the operations of their companies have changed since the recall, and what dog owners can do to protect their companions, should disaster ever strike again.

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