Dangerous germs in dog and cat food

Last updated: 15. July 2021

Raw meat for dogs and cats can contain dangerous germs, dangerous for animals, but even more dangerous for humans.

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A microbiological test of raw meat, frozen or fresh, can make the risk more calculable.

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