Jaguar files first FDA approval request for dog drug; EMA weighs in on restricting antibiotics use in food animals;

> Jaguar Animal Health has submitted its first new animal drug application to the FDA, for Canalevia to treat stomach upset in dogs undergoing chemotherapy. Release

> The European Medicines Agency has issued new recommendations for limiting the use of antibiotics in food animals. Article

> Tailwind Capital has purchased Diamondback Drugs, a national specialty veterinary pharmacy. Release

> Roo Bites pet treats, made by Florida-based Jump Your Bones, have been recalled because of possible Salmonella contamination. Release

> Virginia-based Barkworthies issued a nationwide recall of some of its Chicken Vittles dog chews because of possible Salmonella contamination. Release

> Burkmann Feeds has recalled its Layer Ration 20% Pellets, which were sold in Kentucky, because of possible contamination with Monensin Sodium, which can cause sickness or death in chickens. Release

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