The drug used to euthanize dogs has been found in a brand of dog food sold here in New York!

Credit: KCEN

Evanger's dog food has voluntarily recalled some of its dog food after a drug that is used to euthanize dogs was found in it, according to KCEN. Five dogs got sick and one of them died, after consuming th food, which had Pentobarbital in it. Cans of Hunk of Beef Au Jus, in the 12-ounce sizes, which were manufactured June 6-13 and sold in stores and online in 14 states, including New York, have been recalled.

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Evanger's is also recalling Hunk of Beef products manufactured June 6-13, with lot numbers that begin with 1816E03HB, 1816E04HB, 1816E06HB, 1816E07HB and 1816E13HB, expire June 2020 and feature 20109 on the second half of the barcode. The dog that died and the sick dogs ate from the 1816E06HB13 lot.


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