Man finds staples in dog treat
August 28, 2007 9:35 AM
By JANUARY WETZEL
With all the food, toy and pet food recalls in the news lately, Randy L. Wile is conscientious about what he buys.
But the Seymour resident was still caught off guard by what he found in one of the dog bone treats he often gives his golden retriever, Ryza.
“I was playing tug-of-war with the dog and I felt something sharp poke my skin,” Wile said. “When I looked a little closer, I couldn’t believe what I saw.”
Apparently baked into the Milk-Bone dog treat were two staples, one of which was protruding from it.
“As an animal lover, I felt like I needed to not only tell somebody about it to get the word out, but to show them so that they didn’t think I was making it up,” he said.
“If you look at them (the dog treats) you can tell there’s no way I could have put those staples in there myself.”
The first thing Wile said he wondered was where the Milk-Bones were made.
“You’ve been hearing about all these product recalls from China, so that’s where I thought they probably came from,” he said.
Wile had purchased two 10-pound boxes of Milk-Bone large dog biscuits, one late last year at …………………………..
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