BREAKING: Pet Food Giant Finally Admits What’s In Their Products… And Dog Lovers Are Freaking Out!

The J.M. Smucker company is finally coming clean about what is and what is not in their flagship dog food brands Gravy Train, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Skippy and Ol’ Roy. The pet food giant admitted that small amounts of the euthanasia drug pentobarbital has been found in their products. However, they deny that the presence of the drug comes from using euthanized dogs as an ingredient.

We’re not so sure about that last part though, and neither are some experts…

“Lab results indicate that trace amounts of the euthanasia drug Pentobarbital has been found in several popular brands of dog food,” Dr. Nicholas Dodman said. “We are unable to conclusively determine the source of the drug, but there’s only a few possible channels for contamination of this sort.”

“We have confirmed extremely low levels of pentobarbital in select shipments” of Gravy Train, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Skippy and Ol’ Roy canned wet dog food, the company says on its website. For such a shocking admission, J.M. Smucker seems relatively nonchalant about the presence of a euthanasia drug in their products.

And, according to their slick corporate website, it’s not their fault and it definitely won’t happen again.

They also have the answer as to how the drug got into the food, that is, if you believe their assessment…

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