A popular dog treat that has killed hundreds of dogs since January is now being pulled off store shelves.
This week, the Federal Drug Administration announced it believes the dog jerky treats in question are manufactured in China and sold under various brands.
While a recall has yet to be issued, Northwest Seed and Pet pulled the treats from its store shelves Thursday morning.
"It's unsettling that we have products that could make things sick," said Sam Longanecker, manager at Northwest Seed and Pet.
"I don't like that. If it was something I was giving my dog and I heard about it and I would be worried," he added.
It's unclear if any local pets have been affected by the jerky.
For more information: http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm371413.htm
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