August 21, 2007
Undated-- Wal-Mart pulled two Chinese-made dog treats from its shelves after people complained the food made their pets sick.
The retail giant confirms it pulled chicken jerky strips made by Import-Pingyang Pet Product and and chicken strips made by Shanghai Bestro Trading back in July.
No recall has been announced. Wal-Mart does not know when the testing would be done.
It is not immediately known if the treats were sold at every Wal-Mart store.
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