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Lawsuit claims Beneful sickened, killed pets. The suit alleges Beneful dry dog foods contain an ingredient toxic to animals, propylene glycol, a chemical used in automobile antifreeze. On Purina's website, the company notes that propylene glycol is an FDA-approved food additive that's used in human food products.
One dog owner said he began feeding his three dogs Purina Beneful dry dog food on January 15, 2015 and that all of his dogs suffered adverse side effects from the food. On the same day he began feeding his dogs Purina Beneful, the dog owner alleges that one of his dogs began losing large amounts of hair and producing an unusual odor.
Beneful dry dog food made by Nestle Purina has harmed and even killed dogs, a lawsuit says. The company denies the allegations.
Beneful Lawsuit Update. As pet lovers who proudly make and feed our products to our own pets, we appreciate it when pet owners take the time to reach out to us with their questions. Recently, we have received questions about the frivolous Class Action Lawsuit filed against Beneful in early 2015, and we want to share a few of these Q&As: 1.
Lawsuit Claims Purina's Beneful Is Poisoning, Killing Dogs. Mycotoxins are a group of toxins produced by mold found in grains, a major ingredient in Beneful. Mycotoxins pose a health risk to dogs and consumer complaints on Beneful report symptoms consistent with mycotoxin poisoning, according to the lawsuit.
The lawsuit claims that certain Purina Beneful “kibble” products contain ingredients that are toxic to animals if ingested. These ingredients are: Propylene glycol, an automotive antifreeze ingredient known to be poisonous to cats and dogs. The ingredient is added by Nestle to help the food retain its moisture.
dog fights dog food purina purina beneful beneful dogs lawsuits. After determining that he could not accept the testimony of an expert witness, a federal court judge has handed a legal victory to Nestle Purina PetCare in a class action lawsuit that claimed the company’s Beneful brand dog food made thousands of dogs ill.
Nestle-Purina Faces Class Action Lawsuit over Beneful. A class action lawsuit has been filed against Nestle-Purina concerning Beneful dog food.The lawsuit claims that the kibble contains a harmful mold that led to the painful deaths of their pets.