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PAWS-I-TIVE BEHAVIOR DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

Think Pawsitive: Think how you want your dog TO behave.  Not how you want your dog NOT to behave.

PAWS-I-TIVE BEHAVIOR DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

Think Pawsitive: Think how you want your dog TO behave.  Not how you want your dog NOT to behave.

PAWS-I-TIVE BEHAVIOR DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

Think Pawsitive: Think how you want your dog TO behave.  Not how you want your dog NOT to behave.

PAWS-I-TIVE BEHAVIOR DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

Think Pawsitive: Think how you want your dog TO behave.  Not how you want your dog NOT to behave.




REHOMING UPDATES:

Jasper (formerly known as Teddy), the Black Lab Puppy, was adopted by a young single woman in February who loves to hike and bike.  Jasper is smart and easy going and loves playing with his Mom's parents' two labs.  He is a natural at fetch and sit/stay.  Jasper and his Mom will be hiking, swiming, and bicycling as the warmer weather approaches.

Jasper is good with other dogs and will start my Spring Teen Puppy classes on April 11, 2018 at the Palmyra Middle School.



Hazel, the Boston Terrier Puppy, was adopted by a couple who have a 10 year old Old English Shepherd (not Sheep Dog) named Leo who has been dubbed the Zen Master.  The minute Hazel met Leo, she became very calm.  Not normal for a BT puppy.  She and Leo are getting along great.

Hazel's crate and house training are going very well.  She has a big fenced-in yard to run around with Leo and loves long walks and long naps afterward.  She has settled in nicely with the family.  Her Mom is a teacher, so she will be home during the summer.  Hazel and her family will be attending my Summer 2018 Teen Puppy classes in Perinton.

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DOG TREAT RECALLS:


Limited Shipments of Two Varieties of Milo’s Kitchen® Dog Treats Voluntarily Recalled Due to Potentially Elevated Levels of Thyroid Hormone


Published: March 22, 2018

As pet owners ourselves, we understand how much you love your dog and apologize for the concern this news may cause.

We are voluntarily recalling specific shipments of two varieties of our dog treats because the products have the potential to contain elevated levels of a beef thyroid hormone.

The impacted shipments and products are:

Milo’s Kitchen Steak Grillers / Steak Grillers Recipe with Angus Steak

UPC CODE PRODUCT SIZEBEST IF USED BY DATE
0 7910051822 718 oz. bag11/15/2018
0 7910051822 718 oz. bag4/26/2019
0 7910051823 422 oz. bag4/26/2019
0 7910052776 210 oz. bag4/26/2019



Milo’s Kitchen Grilled Burger Bites with Sweet Potato and Bacon

0 7910052126 5 15 oz. bag 11/19/2018

No other Milo’s Kitchen® dog treats are impacted.

If you have purchased any of the specific lots of products listed above, we recommend you stop feeding the treats to your dogs. If you have questions or would like to discuss receiving a refund or coupon for replacement product, please call us at 1-888-569-6767, Monday through Friday, between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM EST or email us by completing this form.

Dogs consuming high levels of beef thyroid hormone may exhibit symptoms such as increased thirst and urination, weight loss, increased heart rate and restlessness. These symptoms may resolve when consumption of these levels is discontinued. However, with prolonged consumption these symptoms may increase in severity and may include vomiting, diarrhea, and rapid or labored breathing. Should these symptoms occur, we recommend contacting your veterinarian immediately.

At Milo’s Kitchen®, the quality and safety of our products is foremost in our minds and we take this matter very seriously. We are committed to the wellbeing of pets and the people who love them and want to assure you we are taking the appropriate steps to help ensure this does not happen again.