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A drug used to euthanize animals has been found now in canned dog food. The FDA says it detected the drug in cans of gravy train dog food produced by the J.M. Smucker Company. Now, this company says it has initiated a voluntary recall of specific shipments of gravy, train cables and bits, Skippy and old Roy canned dog food. The FDA says the levels of the drug are super low, so it's unlikely to harm your pet. However, consuming large amounts of this could cause coma and even death....
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