PEKIN, Ill. — More than 60,000 consumers are petitioning Wal-Mart, Target, Safeway, Kroger and Walgreens to pull chicken jerky dog treats imported from China and thought to be linked to illness and death in nearly 2,200 dogs. The campaign was started on Change.org by Rita Desollar whose German Shepherd died five days after eating two dog treats purchased at a Walgreens here. “I knew nothing of the dangers of chicken jerky treats from China when I bought the package of ...

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