Very disturbing. When this happened with Evangers there was a lot of discussion about how it could possibly have happened. The euthanasia drug is not used on livestock. So the only ways it seemed for it to get into pet food is either through deliberate human tampering, or through the use of euthanized pet carcasses. Either is a profoundly disturbing possibility.
@moondrake I read an article somewhere about bits of metal being found in one brand. The consensus was the metal came from the rings and loops on pet collars, most likely being ground up with the pet carcasses. I did a quick Google search but couldn’t find it. Maybe I dreamed it ?
At any rate, I’m not at all surprised by euthanasia being found in the current dog foods. Most of these companies are only able to sell foods for so cheap because they cut corners at every opportunity.
@capguncowboy@moondrake Evangers isn’t really a cheap food. Their canned food was real hunks of meat. I actually had some cans in my house (not the recalled #s) but have not bought anymore - just can’t trust them.