Sportmix, the Australian company that owns brands including Paws, is among the brands that are regularly tested by Australian animal welfare groups to see if they contain dog food ingredients.
However, while dog food manufacturers are required to carry out tests for all their products, some Australian brands are only required to test for one of their dog food brands.
One of those brands, Doggie’s, recently pulled its dog food products from the shelves.
The company’s chief executive, Paul O’Neill, told the ABC’s AM program on Monday the company was “taking some time to consider what the impact is going to be” on consumers.
Dog food that contains dog meat has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths since 2003, and more than 6,300 dog-related deaths have been reported in Australia in the past three years.
The ABC has approached Sportmix for comment and will update this story if and when we hear back.
Dog meat is a highly processed meat that is often mixed with pork, lamb, chicken or fish.
While it’s not a common source of meat in Australia, there are a number of food products that contain dog meat.
Here’s a look at the top dog food allergens and how to avoid them.
Dog feed contains dog hair, which can be toxic to dogs.
Dogs are highly sensitive to the presence of fur, and some dogs can become very allergic to fur, which may lead to anaphylactic shock or other health problems.
The Australian Institute of Veterinary Medicine says fur contains proteins that are believed to have anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties, but is not safe for dogs.
There are also risks associated with exposure to the dog hair.
It can be a trigger for allergic reactions, such as eczema and eczematous reaction, or dermatitis, an inflammation of the skin.
Dog hair is a common ingredient in dog foods and is used as a source of protein and fat.
While some dog food producers use the dog food ingredient, it’s believed that most use ingredients that are more common in dog food.
Some dog foods are not as high in protein as the dog needs.
One common ingredient is alfalfa meal, a protein source that can be high in fat and sugar.
Another common ingredient found in dog diets is fish oil.
This can also be a source for protein.
Dogs also have high blood sugar, and high levels of high-fiber carbohydrates.
Dogs may be prone to type 2 diabetes, which is a type of obesity.
This is when people have too much fat and not enough carbohydrate in their diet.
Dogs can also have an increased risk of liver cancer and other cancers, as well as kidney and lung disease.
If you are allergic to dog hair and you are sensitive to certain ingredients in dog products, you should avoid them altogether.
This includes products that are made from dog hair or fur, such a fur-free dog bedding, dog hair hair strips and dog food that comes from dogs that are not currently owned by you.
For more information on dog food allergies and the links between them, read our guide Dog Food Allergies.