Dog Supplement Cetyl M Recalled For Salmonella Risks

Response Products, based in Broken Bow, Neb., announced today that Cetyl M–a dog supplement– is being pulled due to possible salmonella contamination.

It was sold online and nationwide in retail stores and through veterinarians.

Cetyl M, which is given to dogs with joint problems, such as arthritis, contains a flavoring that has an ingredient that has tested positive for salmonella.

The ingredient, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, is put in soups, dips and other food to add a savory taste.

A spokeswoman for Response Products said the company adds flavoring to Cetyl M so that owners can give the supplement to their dogs as treats.

No cases of illness have been recorded.

Source: oregonlive.com

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