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Updated: July 25, 2022 11:08 PM
Started vomitting 5 hours after eating full dream stick (11 lb Pomeranian). Was able to chew threw it in less than 2 minutes.
Continued vomitting and eventually had diarrhea almost 20 hours later. Has never reacted to a treat this way before. | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Vomiting See Less
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Alberta Health Services (AHS) is investigating an outbreak of Salmonella infections across the province linked to reptiles and feeder rodents. As of July 22, 2022 , a total of 12 cases have been identified in 4 of 5 AHS Zones (North, Edmonton, Central, and Calgary). Investigation findings... See More have identified exposure to both snakes and feeder rodents (used as reptile food) as a likely source of the outbreak. Investigation into the facilities carrying feeder rodents is still ongoing.

Even if snakes and rodents appear to be healthy, clean and show no signs of illness, they can still carry Salmonella bacteria. Having indirect contact by touching their environments can put you at risk for developing a Salmonella infection.

To prevent direct or indirect spread of Salmonella to yourself or others, AHS advises following these simple steps to help reduce your risk of becoming ill from contact with reptiles (including snakes), rodents and their environments:

- Always wash your hands immediately after touching a reptile or rodent, and anything they eat, or after being in the area where they live, play or touch.
- Regularly clean with soapy water followed by a household disinfectant any surfaces or objects your reptile or rodent touches.
- Never kiss a pet rodent or reptile.
- Reptiles or rodents in homes, daycare centres, schools or other facilities with children aged 5 years and under is not recommended.
- Always supervise children when they touch or play with reptiles or rodents. Do not let them put reptiles and rodents or their supplies near their face or share their food or drinks with pets. Make sure they thoroughly wash their hands after touching reptiles or rodents.
- Do not clean or bathe reptiles and rodents in the kitchen sink or in bathroom sinks or bathtubs.
- Keep reptiles and rodents and all their food, containers and toys away from the kitchen and other places where food is made or eaten.
- Do not keep frozen feeder rodents in the same fridge or freezer as human food. Freezing rodents does not kill Salmonella.
- Always defrost and prepare frozen feeder rodents outside the kitchen, using dedicated utensils and containers.
- Be aware of the specific needs of your reptile. Stress for a reptile can increase shedding of Salmonella.
- Always keep reptiles and live rodents in habitats specifically designed for them.
- If you choose to have a reptile or rodent in your home, talk to your health care provider or veterinarian about the right reptile or rodent for your family, especially if your family includes children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals, or adults 65 years of age and over.

In case you are experiencing Salmonella symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: albertahealthservices.ca
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Closure Date: 01/14/2022

A temporary order to close indoor dining was issued after patrons and attendees of the establishment were not being screened properly for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a COVID-19 test result.

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I bought these as a special gift for my little Maltese cross. Last night I gave her one. This morning I gave her another one. She’s been non stop puking, trying to poo.
Very uncomfortable.

The only thing different in her diet was introducing these treats.

When... See More I pulled the treats out to read the label today after seeing her like this. She had no interest in the treats. Like she is aware that this is what’s hurting her.
I bought them at the superstore location on Hardin street in Fort Mcmurray Alberta.

After researching them. I feel like they need to be pulled from shelves.

If someone can go to jail for kicking a dog a store and a product owner should also be charged with hurting and animal.
I hope my dog will be okay. And I had kept my bag as evidence in a area closed off to public or any animal.

Thank you. | Symptoms: Vomiting
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I only give my dog fresh fried fish, scrap stuff, I fry myself and when I make meat for my family I also make meat for my dog, I have never understood why we should even buy prepackaged treat's for our fur babies, besides it's more expensive and got lots of fillers that have nothing to do with carnivore eating mammals. I hope you get to the bottom of what caused your baby to fall ill after consuming those treats.
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I have order a battery operated chain saw and received just a wire saw to be opeated manually.
Here is the offer
bulegogo.com
Company website rosespros.com
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This food establishment was closed because the configuration of the patios makes them indoor spaces, which are not allowed under COVID-19 public health rules.

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This food establishment was closed because the configuration of the patios makes them indoor spaces, which are not allowed under COVID-19 public health rules.

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