Mysterious Illness Affecting Thousands of Dogs and Cats

Information about snacks pet owners should know to keep their four legged friends safe.
1:44 | 05/21/14

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-- it has a lot of pet owners demanding answers that report of tainted treats from China -- the thousands of dogs and cats. Today -- took action it is yanking all treats made in China off its shelves ABC's Matt -- breaks down what's been happening. And. Little Motley is a survivor of -- mystery canine killer. One that today -- -- the nation's two biggest pet stores to announce. Bill -- Chinese -- jerky pet treats off the shelves in the congress treats Molly's owner says. Made him sick. -- Was not. Just -- one instance didn't do anything to story looked forward to every day. -- is one of the 5600. Dogs the FDA says many have been sickened by those Chinese meat jerky treats 18100 just since last October. More than a thousand don't have done. The FDA has been tracking complaints about those treats from pet owners for years. But they still can't say for sure. The jury is causing the illness pet owners in a panic causing those two mega retailers PetSmart and pet co to announce that. Tiny streets and some have gone. Still Paco has allowed us to come into -- store to see which of the products made in China are still on the shelves here. Bunch of these products made in China are still on the shelves here at -- go. Company says they'll by the end of the year all of these will be gone interestingly look closely. All of these products are clearance. They're still on the shelves for now the stores jealous because there's been no government recall and the makers say -- are sick. As for little -- well he took four months to recover but now. It's got the wecht back at his -- Matt Gutman ABC news plan.

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