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Dog Food Recalled After Reports of Vitamin D Toxicity

On November 2, 2018, Natural Life Pet Products and Nutrisca issued a recall of certain dry dog foods because they contain elevated levels of vitamin D. The elevated levels of vitamin D were found during an investigation into several reports of vitamin D toxicity by pet owners.

Recalled Natural Life dog food was distributed to retail stores in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and California and can be identified by the following:

bulletNatural Life Chicken & Potato Dry Dog Food (17.5 lb. bag), UPC: UPC: 0-12344-08175-1 Recalled Nutrisca dog foods were distributed nationwide and can be identified by the following: bulletNutrisca Chicken and Chickpea Dry Dog Food, (4 lb. bag), UPC: 8-84244-12495-7 bulletNutrisca Chicken and Chickpea Dry Dog Food, (15 lb. bag), UPC: 8-84244-12795-8 bulletNutrisca Chicken and Chickpea Dry Dog Food, (28 lb. bag), UPC: 8-84244-12895-5

 

 

 

Drinking seawater can have deadly consequences for both humans and animals alike.

"When humans drink seawater, their cells are thus taking in water and salt. While humans can safely ingest small amounts of salt, the salt content in seawater is much higher than what can be processed by the human body," the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) explains on its website, adding that it leads to dehydration.

Taylor said he began to see symptoms shortly after they left the beach. O.G. was a "little wobbly," he said, adding that the dog also had diarrhea. The 29-year-old thought he was just tired from their Monday adventure and thought a day of rest would help.

"Accidents can still happen," veterinarian Melissa Webster told Fox 13, explaining that dogs often mistake salt water for fresh water.

The veterinarian reminded pet owners to frequently give their dogs fresh water if they take them to the beach and to monitor them for signs of saltwater poisoning, which includes diarrhea, vomiting or fatigue.

 

Report warns of dog illness that can spread to owners

https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2018/07/11/Report-warns-of-dog-illness-that-can-spread-to-owners/8581531358392/?utm_source=fp&utm_campaign=ts_hn&utm_medium=15

 

Ikea announced a global recall for a water dispenser for pets that caused the suffocation of at least two dogs

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2018/07/12/Ikea-recalls-water-dispenser-for-pets-that-suffocated-two-dogs/4131531372074/?utm_source=fp&utm_campaign=ts_tn_us&utm_medium=3

 

 

American Kennel Club is pleased to announce that the recorded presentations from the AKC Education Summit are now available online. These presentations are an excellent opportunity to learn more about topics such as the Evolution of Dog Sports, Club Development, Breed Preservation, Juniors, Social Media, Public Education, Government Relations and AKC Canine Health Foundation. The presentations can be viewed on AKC.TV and are linked on the AKC Education Summit webpage.

The AKC Education Webinar Series began on Wednesday, June 27th with a successful webinar on Club Development. You can learn more about the series, view the recording of the first webinar and register for future webinars
here.

 

 

Dogs and Cars

Within 1 hour, the temperature inside of a car parked in the sun on a day that reached 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius) or hotter, hit an average of 116 degrees F (47 degrees C).

Cars parked in the shade on a hot day had lower — but still scorching — temperatures. After 1 hour, the interior temperature of these cars reached an average of 100 degrees F (38 degrees C).

 

Airline Issues 

Delta Airlines has apologised after it accidentally flew an eight week old puppy to the wrong state.

United Airlines came under fire after a flight attendant told a woman to put her dog in the overhead cabin during a flight from Houston to New York, the dog subsequently died.

United pilot was forced to divert and entire flight when a dog was accidentally put on a plane flying to St Louis, Missouri instead of Akron, Ohio where it was meant to be travelling.

PREPARING FOR OUR FUTURE....SOMERSET HILLS
DEBUTS THE PEEWEE CLASS !
by Sue Goldberg

Our goal was to introduce youngsters ages 5 through 9 years old,
especially those new to AKC, to Junior Showmanship, giving them a
safe, positive experience that would hopefully entice them to continue
to participate and become more involved our sport. The PeeWee class
is neither a competition nor a handling class. Each
PeeWee unit consisted of the child, his or her parent or guardian, and
their dog. We welcomed purebreds, AKC registered or not, as well as
mixed breeds. The class was pre-entered and a nominal entry fee was
charged, merely as some assurance that the PeeWee would actually
show up!

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 AKC RECOGNITION

With thanks to Director Rob Brigham, Somerset Hills Kennel Club is getting very good press!  Follow the link to view the article that Rob wrote that appears in  “AKCommunicates Weekly”. 

 

http://www.akc.org/press_center/article.cfm?article_id=5566&utm_source=AKCommWeekly&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=20140711&mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRoksqXJZKXonjHpfsX67eUtX6eg38431UFwdcjKPmjr1YAAT8p0aPyQAgobGp5I5FENQ7jYTaxmt6QLWQ%3D%3D

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

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