WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says its recalling dog food after 14 people got sick with salmonella
The CDC is investigating the outbreak that may be related to products from Diamond Pet Foods. The CDC says the affected dog food was manufactured at a single manufacturing facility in South Carolina, but the illness has been detected in nine states, including some in the Midwest. So far, no one in Wisconsin has reported getting sick.
Investigators say people may have gotten sick after contact with dogs that ate the food.
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