Vets say a dangerous chemical could be in your dog's food and this past years drought could be to blame.
Aflatoxin is a deathly mold found in dry pet food containing corn and some other grains.
Vets say the toxin can build up over time in a pet's liver eventually causing cancer or death.
With this past years drought, a large amount of the corn crop has been damaged, allowing more and more of the aflatoxin mold to grow.
Dog food makers say they're being very selective and checking every load of corn that comes in, but some dog food can still become contaminated.
"Aflatoxin is a liver poison," said Veterinarian R.H. Faulk. "If they get enough it can kill them. And at the very least if they get enough, it's going to make them sick and they have liver damage.
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