Q: Many rescue organizations and veterinarians warn against purchasing pet food made in China, and I can understand why, given recent scares about quality control. But what about other products that a pet’s mouth may come in contact with, such as toys and food bowls? Are there any health dangers or risks associated with these types of products? And is there anything I should look for before I buy?
In his answer, Dr. Johnson specifically addresses melamine and notes that it is “always important to be aware of what we are feeding our pets, which includes knowledge of the food’s ingredients and origins.”
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