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Mobile Vet Serving Portland, Oregon Even in Times of Crisis.

If you are a pet parent who prefers to buy local, depending on what food brand you purchase,
there may be cause for you to contact a mobile vet service. Radagast Pet Food Inc. of Portland,
Oregon has recalled four lots of raw cat food after testing found evidence of Listeria
monocytogenes and E. coli O121 pathogens in their Rad Cat Raw Diet Free-Range Chicken
and Rad Cat Raw Diet Pasture-Raised Venison recipes. The company says the lots in question
were distributed in the United States and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada during May and
June of 2018; at this time, no illnesses have been reported in pets or humans. However, if you
have reason to believe your home has been exposed to these harmful bacterias, please do the
following: check the lot code on the bottom of any Radagast Pet Food Inc. Rad Cat Raw Diet
containers in your home and return any matching containers to your retailer for a refund. Rad
Cat Raw Diet Free-Range Chicken lot codes: 63057 best by 10/9/2018, 63069 best by
10/23/2018, and 63076 best by 10/31/19. Rad Cat Raw Diet Pasture-Raised Venison lot code:
63063 best by 10/15/2019. If you or a fellow member of your household are showing signs of
Listeria monocytogenes or E. coli O121 (vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and fever),
after handling the contaminated food in any way (e.g. encounters with countertops, pet bowls,
utensils, etc.) consult with your healthcare provider immediately as both illnesses are
contagious. If your pet is showing symptoms of a Listeria monocytogenes infection (vomiting,
diarrhea, fever, anorexia, and muscular respiratory symptoms) contact a mobile veterinarian
such as Blue Door Veterinary services. A mobile vet service is the most convenient way to
reach a conclusion, as they can come to you and ensure your furry friend a comfortable
experience at home. Blue Door Veterinary service is the first full-service veterinary hospital to
serve the greater Portland community. The mobile practice is fully equipped with modern
technology and capabilities, the traveling staff provides comprehensive diagnostic services,
contains a surgery suite complete with monitoring technology, and many more convenient
services. Blue Door Vet is committed to giving each client and patient a well-rounded and
personalized experience right at your door and offers an online pharmacy. Request an
appointment by filling out this form today!



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  • 26 Sep 2018
    If you are a pet parent who prefers to buy local, depending on what food brand you purchase,there may be cause for you to contact a mobile vet service. Radagast Pet Food Inc. of Portland,Oregon has recalled four lots of raw cat food after testing found evidence of Listeriamonocytogenes and E. coli O121 pathogens in their Rad Cat Raw Diet Free-Range Chickenand Rad Cat Raw Diet Pasture-Raised Venison recipes. The company says the lots in questionwere distributed in the United States and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada during May andJune of 2018; at this time, no illnesses have been reported in pets or humans. However, if youhave reason to believe your home has been exposed to these harmful bacterias, please do thefollowing: check the lot code on the bottom of any Radagast Pet Food Inc. Rad Cat Raw Dietcontainers in your home and return any matching containers to your retailer for a refund. RadCat Raw Diet Free-Range Chicken lot codes: 63057 best by 10/9/2018, 63069 best by10/23/2018, and 63076 best by 10/31/19. Rad Cat Raw Diet Pasture-Raised Venison lot code:63063 best by 10/15/2019. If you or a fellow member of your household are showing signs ofListeria monocytogenes or E. coli O121 (vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and fever),after handling the contaminated food in any way (e.g. encounters with countertops, pet bowls,utensils, etc.) consult with your healthcare provider immediately as both illnesses arecontagious. If your pet is showing symptoms of a Listeria monocytogenes infection (vomiting,diarrhea, fever, anorexia, and muscular respiratory symptoms) contact a mobile veterinariansuch as Blue Door Veterinary services. A mobile vet service is the most convenient way toreach a conclusion, as they can come to you and ensure your furry friend a comfortableexperience at home. Blue Door Veterinary service is the first full-service veterinary hospital toserve the greater Portland community. The mobile practice is fully equipped with moderntechnology and capabilities, the traveling staff provides comprehensive diagnostic services,contains a surgery suite complete with monitoring technology, and many more convenientservices. Blue Door Vet is committed to giving each client and patient a well-rounded andpersonalized experience right at your door and offers an online pharmacy. Request anappointment by filling out this form today!
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  • If you are a pet parent who prefers to buy local, depending on what food brand you purchase,there may be cause for you to contact a mobile vet service. Radagast Pet Food Inc. of Portland,Oregon has recalled four lots of raw cat food after testing found evidence of Listeriamonocytogenes and E. coli O121 pathogens in their Rad Cat Raw Diet Free-Range Chickenand Rad Cat Raw Diet Pasture-Raised Venison recipes. The company says the lots in questionwere distributed in the United States and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada during May andJune of 2018; at this time, no illnesses have been reported in pets or humans. However, if youhave reason to believe your home has been exposed to these harmful bacterias, please do thefollowing: check the lot code on the bottom of any Radagast Pet Food Inc. Rad Cat Raw Dietcontainers in your home and return any matching containers to your retailer for a refund. RadCat Raw Diet Free-Range Chicken lot codes: 63057 best by 10/9/2018, 63069 best by10/23/2018, and 63076 best by 10/31/19. Rad Cat Raw Diet Pasture-Raised Venison lot code:63063 best by 10/15/2019. If you or a fellow member of your household are showing signs ofListeria monocytogenes or E. coli O121 (vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and fever),after handling the contaminated food in any way (e.g. encounters with countertops, pet bowls,utensils, etc.) consult with your healthcare provider immediately as both illnesses arecontagious. If your pet is showing symptoms of a Listeria monocytogenes infection (vomiting,diarrhea, fever, anorexia, and muscular respiratory symptoms) contact a mobile veterinariansuch as Blue Door Veterinary services. A mobile vet service is the most convenient way toreach a conclusion, as they can come to you and ensure your furry friend a comfortableexperience at home. Blue Door Veterinary service is the first full-service veterinary hospital toserve the greater Portland community. The mobile practice is fully equipped with moderntechnology and capabilities, the traveling staff provides comprehensive diagnostic services,contains a surgery suite complete with monitoring technology, and many more convenientservices. Blue Door Vet is committed to giving each client and patient a well-rounded andpersonalized experience right at your door and offers an online pharmacy. Request anappointment by filling out this form today!
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