Dog Food Maker Must Face Suit Saying Pets Were Sickened

By Rachel Graf (February 21, 2018, 1:59 PM EST) -- A proposed class action accusing a dog food maker of falsely advertising its products as safe and made with premium meats was kept alive Tuesday by a Washington federal judge, who noted that although the suit has issues, they can be addressed with additional facts in an amended complaint.

U.S. District Judge Ronald B. Leighton said the proposed class of consumers who bought pet foods from Evanger's Dog and Cat Food Co. Inc. that allegedly sickened their animals must bolster their allegations related to nonrecalled, nonbeef products, since they haven't alleged a connection between a pet's illness and the nonrecalled food....

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