Nearly 1,000 dogs reportedly have been sickened by chicken jerky pet treats from China. This is according to new complaints from dog owners and veterinarians submitted to federal health officials. The Food and Drug Administration has logged some 900 reports of illnesses and deaths since November, when it warned owners about continued problems with the products known variously as chicken jerky strips, treats and nuggets. At that time, the agency already had heard from 70 owners about problems ranging from vomiting and diarrhea to kidney failure and other serious ailments after animals reportedly consumed the treats. Since then, complaints have mounted steadily, putting growing pressure on the FDA to solve the problem.
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