P&G pet care/IAMS - IAMS dog food has moths in it
OROVILLE, WASHINGTON -- I have used iams dog food products for 8 years, recently bought a new bag, it had moths in it. my animals became sick, runny stool and vomit, refusing to eat. contacted iams, their solution was to send me coupons for 2 new bags of the same product. one of my dogs is so sick took him to the vet. his electorlytes are low and protien is low. all of my animals are now on a special high protien diet, I refused the coupons, this is not the solution that will save my animals lives. this is like them saying oh, if we give you this then it will all be better, they wanted me to do the lab research and then send it to them, this is obviously not a new problem, moths in the food is reported back as far as 2003, 9 years and they still can't clean it up. my vet was shocked that it was iams that sickened my animals, lab test, vet bills and they want me continue to feed this trash.
I am telling everyone not to feed iams products, if I would have accepted their payment of coupons they would figure the case closed. P&G clean up your warehouse, if anyone is having this problem, the one question others ask is where in your state is the warehouse, well according to iams they make, package in their warehouse, it is then trucked direct to the store, so the problem lies in their factories. they are trying to pass the buck, it isn't their problem they just want the almighty dollar. to say that because we don't cooperate with them giving our information is a cop out, they just keep covering it up. PETA is after them too for animal cruelity, they test animals in their facilaties, the animals are confinded in dirty small cages. don't take my word for it do your own research, the fda also has many complaints. check things out for yourselves. don't attack those of us who have the sick animals, we are the victims here not iams.