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Merrick dog food recall

Merrick dog food recall

Merrick dog food recall: Dog food makers settle in Merrimack Superior Court

MERRIMACK, N.H. – A large dog food company and a supplier of ingredients that the dog food maker used to make its products failed to follow required safety protocols that resulted in the recall of some of their products.

The company is now facing a class action lawsuit.

Last week, the dog food maker, Pet Partners, Inc., reached a settlement agreement with some of its distributors and a number of pet owners in Superior Court in Merrimack.

Under the agreement, the company has agreed to pay $8.1 million, which includes $3.3 million for the owner of the dog, and to pay some owner a total of about $7 million.

The dog owner, his daughter, and the company’s suppliers had sued the company last October in Merrimack Superior Court. The dog owner, who lived in New Hampshire, wanted to recover some of the more than $100,000 he spent on dog food for the dog.

The settlement agreement, reached last week in Merrimack Superior Court, includes the company paying about $4.4 million.

Some of the funds will go to the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and some will go to the owners of dogs fed the recalled dog food.

The company has also agreed to pay some owners up to $2.1 million.

The owners include people who filed the lawsuit, as well as people who purchased products from a supplier and some distributors.

Under the agreement, the company will have to pay up to $1.9 million to owners and up to $2 million to a group that included owners who agreed not to pursue litigation.

The company, Pet Partners, is based in San Francisco and has a manufacturing facility in the company of a dog food maker in Massachusetts.

The company has also agreed to pay more than $1.5 million to the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and to a group of people who own dogs or worked as dog-walker.

Pet Partners agreed to pay up to $2.1 million for a group of owners who agreed to drop the lawsuit.

According to the court documents, the settlement included the company agreeing to pay owners up to $2.1 million for a group of owners who agreed to drop the lawsuit.

Under the settlement agreement, the company will have to pay owners who own a dog or dog food up to $1.9 million for the company.

Pet Partners, Inc. has agreed to pay $2.1 million to a group of owners of dogs who are affected by the recall.

A spokesman for the company said the company could not provide details about the owner and said the company has not identified any individual owners who have received payments.

In a statement, Pet Partners said, “The settlement agreement with our distributors and the class action plaintiffs has allowed us to address the matter with the owners who filed a class action. This settlement allows us to avoid the costs, uncertainty and distraction of litigation.

“Pet Partners and the owners who filed the class action lawsuit are focused on ensuring the health and safety of pets that are impacted by the recall. The company is continuing to cooperate with the United States Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration to investigate this matter, and we expect to have our food tested.”

A spokeswoman for the company also said the company has not identified any individual owners who have received payments under the agreement.

According to the company, the company has agreed to pay owners who own a dog or dog food up to $1.9 million.

In a statement, the company said, “We have no reason to believe that our products are harmful to pets. We are actively seeking the source of the contamination, and we are working with the USDA and the FDA to get these products tested.”

The company has said in a statement that it could not provide details about the owner and said the company has not identified any individual owners who have received payments under the agreement.

Pet Partners, Inc. has agreed to pay up to $2.1 million to owners who own a dog or dog food and to a group of owners who agreed to drop the lawsuit.

The dog owner had asked for at least $75,000 from the company, which is based in San Francisco and has a manufacturing facility in the company of a dog food maker in Massachusetts.

According to the settlement agreement, the company will have to pay owners who own a dog or dog food up to $1.9 million.

The company has agreed to pay up to $2.1 million to owners who own a dog or dog food and to a group of owners who agreed to drop the lawsuit.

In a statement, the company said, “We have no reason to believe that our products are harmful to pets. We are actively seeking the source of the contamination, and we are working with the USDA and the FDA to get these products tested.”

The company, Pet Partners, is based in San Francisco and has a manufacturing facility in the company of a dog food maker in Massachusetts.

The company’s owner, Paul Shapiro, had offered the dog owner $2 million to settle the lawsuit.

In a statement, the company said, “We have no reason to believe that our products are harmful to pets. We are actively seeking the source of the contamination, and we are working with the USDA and the FDA to get these products tested.”

The company has agreed to pay up to $2.1 million to owners who own a dog or dog food and to a group of owners who agreed to drop the lawsuit.

In a statement, the company said, “We have no reason to believe that our products are harmful to pets. We are actively seeking the source of the contamination, and we are working with the USDA and the FDA to get these products tested.”

The company, Pet Partners, is based in San Francisco and has a manufacturing facility in the company of