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Improving Pet Food Safety
FDA launches site to make reporting problems easier

Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) launched a new website that aims to make reporting food safety—including pet food—concerns easier. The Safety Reporting Portal is an online form for submitting information (anonymously or not) about adverse reactions to pet foods, treats and animal drugs—as well as human foods and medicines. 

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Submitted by Carolyn | May 25 2010 |

The portal also mentions reporting "animal drugs." If your dog has had a vaccination reaction (mine has), it appears you can document it here.

Good resource, thank you.

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