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Pet Food Safety / Rat Poison #862208

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 2007
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The discovery that rat poison was in the pet food that sparked a nationwide recall reported.

(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) The scare over contaminated pet food updated; details given about the poison, aminopterin†, and the American Veterinary Assn. prediction that more pets will die. [Pet owner Sandra BOBB††- says her dog was murdered.] [Menu Foods CEO Paul HENDERSON†- says we don’t know how it got into our products.] [Veterinarian Dr. Roland TRIPP†- says we have a new problem that no one understands.] [Animal Medical Center Dr. Cathy LANGSTON†- predicts there will be thousands of affected animals.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) A list of the recalled brands at CBS.com noted.

Mitchell, Russ;
Alfonsi, Sharyn

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