At a hearing of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China last week, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, raised concerns that pet foods labeled as American-made may contain tainted ingredients from China, according to The Columbus Dispatch. Brown's unease is related to illness in 5,600 dogs, 24 cats and 1,000 dog deaths, with most cases involving chicken, duck or sweet potato jerky products imported from China. Despite soliciting help from pet owners and veterinarians and launching a ...

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