U.S. pet food company expands recall after more than 70 dogs die, 80 sickened

Midwestern Pet Foods Inc is expanding a recall to include several more products sold under its Sportmix brand and other labels after at least 70 dogs died and 80 others are known to have become ill, the U.S.

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