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Cat Food Doylestown PA

Cat food gives cats the dietary nutrients necessary to avoid vitamin deficiencies and to stay healthy and energetic. There are also different cat food formulas, such as special indoor cat food formulas. Types of cat food include wet cat food and dry cat food. See below to learn more and for pet stores in Doylestown, PA that give access to cat food.

Cutter's Mill Pet Store
(215) 997-5052
County Line Road and Rt. 202, Chalfont Shopping Center
Chalfont, PA

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Lick Your Chops
(215) 322-5266
700 North Second Street Pike
Richboro, PA

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Cats & Dogs Rule
(215) 497-7477
30 West Road
Newtown, PA

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Bark Avenue
(215) 513-7387
2780 Shelly Road
Harleysville, PA

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Tailwagger's
(610) 292-0440
1510 DeKalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA

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Doggie Style
(215) 343-4920
1513 Main Street
Warrington, PA

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Doggie Style
(215) 362-7300
20 Airport Square
North Wales, PA

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Pabby's Pet Pantry
(215) 674-3917
319 West County Line Road
Hatboro, PA

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Pet Value Center
(215) 942-7922
2138 East County Line Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA

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Pet Food Direct Warehouse
(215) 513-1999
189 Main Street
Harleysville, PA

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Additional Cat Food Products Recalled

Menu recalls more wet cat food items traced to contaminated wheat gluten.

On Tuesday, Canadian manufacturer Menu Foods Inc. recalled additional cat food produced by its Streetsville, Ontario, plant for both the U.S. and Canada markets.

Menu decided on the action after learning from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the agency leading the recall investigation, that its Canadian plant had received some of the Chinese supplied wheat gluten tainted with melamine from Las Vegas-importer ChemNutra.

Initiated March 16 by Menu Foods due to complaints of cats and dogs falling ill after consuming its wet-style products, the pet food recall has now embroiled nearly 100 brands of pet food made across the United States and Canada, including both dry and wet varieties.

A full listing of the new recalled products is below, and the most updated listing of all recalled products can be accessed on the FDA’s( http://www.fda.gov/ora/fed_state/recalls/Recall.xls ) site.

It includes 5,511 entries.

Earlier this week, pet food company Royal Canin Canada recalled all of its Medi-Cal Feline Dissolution Formula prescription canned cat food, which was produced by Menu’s Ontario plant.

Read more about it at http://www.catchannel.com/News/cat-food-recalled-april-11.aspx .

Later today, the Senate Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies will hear testimony on the FDA and others’ role in the pet food recall.

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