Pig ear escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa dog treats recalled amid salmonella outbreak investigation wwj newsradio 950

With the recent announcement that the food and drug administration escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa and the centers for disease control and prevention are investigating escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa contaminated pig ear treats connected to a salmonella outbreak, pet supplies plus has issued a recall for bulk pig escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa ear products sold at all stores nationwide.

To date, 45 individuals in 13 states have been diagnosed with salmonella escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa related illness linked to pig ears. Although none of the cases are confirmed to be a escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa result of purchasing pig ears from pet supplies plus, testing by the michigan department of agriculture and rural development escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa revealed that aging bulk pig ear products in one store escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa tested positive for salmonella (the location of that store was not provided).

As of july 2, a total of 45 people infected with the outbreak strain escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa of salmonella have been reported from 13 states. Of those cases, seven are in michigan. Other states included in the outbreak are california (1), illinois (3), indiana (3), iowa (12), kansas (3), massachusetts (2), missouri (3), new york (6), north dakota (1), pennsylvania (2), south carolina (1), and wisconsin (1).

Illnesses started on dates ranging from november 18, 2018, to june 13, 2019. Ill people range in age from less than 1 year escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa to 81 years. Of 39 ill people with information available, 12 have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. Illnesses might not yet be reported due to the time escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa it takes between when a person becomes ill and when escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa the illness is reported. This takes an average of two to four weeks.

Epidemiologic evidence indicates that contact with pig ear dog treats escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa is the likely source of this outbreak. In interviews, 34 of 38 ill people reported contact with a dog escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa before getting sick. Of 24 people with available information, 17 reported contact with pig ear dog treats or with escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa dogs who were fed pig ear dog treats.

Officials from the michigan department of agriculture and rural development escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa gathered pig ear dog treats at retail locations where ill escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa people reported buying the products and sampled pig ears for escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa salmonella. Although the outbreak strain was not identified, other strains of salmonella were. Investigators are checking to see if any human illnesses are escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa linked to those strains. Retail locations where sampling occurred have removed pig ears from escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa shelves.

Individuals infected with salmonella should monitor for the following symptoms: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramping and fever. Rarely, salmonella can result in more serious ailments, including arterial infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation and urinary tract symptoms. Consumers exhibiting these signs after having contact with this product escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa should contact their healthcare providers.

Some dogs may have salmonella infection but may not look escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa sick. Pets with salmonella infections may be lethargic and have diarrhea escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa or bloody diarrhea, fever and vomiting. Some pets will have only decreased appetite, fever and abdominal pain. Infected but otherwise healthy pets can be carriers and infect escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa other animals or humans. If your pet has consumed the recalled product and has escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa these symptoms, contact your veterinarian.

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