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By: Louise

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 15:17:46 +0000

Is there anyone in Virginia who has a complaint against Bestros of China? My daug had all her receips from her vet who treated and is still treating her chihuahua,for kidney failure she presented them to Walmart they supposely sent them to their claims dept. then someone in China emailed her and said they needed all her reports,she sent them certified mail ouickly she got email back said they were reviewing them, since then she has sent several emails with no response,does anyone know whats going on or what steps she needs to take she has spent nearly 5 thousand dollars ,my email is

By: Dolores

Mon, 24 Sep 2007 06:36:29 +0000

Diana, I hope and pray your baby is doing better. Here is my e-mail address I am so checking into a class action on wal-mart. so far I have a letter from corp. wal-mart telling me to go after the supplyer. I am going after wal-mart and the supplyer. They were to get intouch with me 2 weeks ago. I do know that in Ohio you need to sent a 10 day demand by cert. or Fedx before you can start amything. If anyone wants to please e-mail me.

By: Therese

Sun, 23 Sep 2007 03:35:12 +0000

Diana, there are some class action lawsuits but I don't know if any of them are suing Wal-Mart. There is a Yahoo group, that you may want to visit: It's geared toward Menu Foods, but you may find some other people working on a lawsuit against Wal-Mart as well.

By: Diana

Fri, 21 Sep 2007 19:06:05 +0000

I would like to reach Delores Cole. My heart goes out to you! I have a Yorkie that was also poisoned. She's fighting but not doing well at all. She was almost 5 pounds before all this and now she's at about 3 1/2. My vet wants to go in with a scope and is grasping at straws to come up with a diagnosis. His latest guess now is IBS but it's no where near classic IBS and I'd bet a million that she doesn't have it. I don't want to put her through another test. I DON"T KNOW WHAT TO DO!! Can anyone help? Is anyone suing Walmart? Sign me up!

By: Brie

Tue, 04 Sep 2007 13:49:55 +0000

I am so sorry for your lost baby, it is aparent that Walmart will not change their ways. I am curious, did you ever try to go to the news media about this incident to give it more coverage? Maybe if it was splashed all over the headlines... it would force people to take a good look at that sorry excuse for a buisness. My prayers are with you!

By: Gene and Gerri Richards

Sat, 01 Sep 2007 23:48:29 +0000

Dolores, I'm so sorry for your lost of your pet Yorkie. After that first recall. Wal Mart should have put up signs to tell consumers to beware of Dog treats and look at labels. No they didn't. Why? Money! They will fight us all. And that will prove they are only concerned about money not people and their pets.

By: Alex Thomas

Sat, 01 Sep 2007 03:08:54 +0000

I feel for Ms Cole over the loss of her beloved pet. Wal Mart's actions don't surprise me, either the $6.97 "refund" or the fact that they didn't notify their customers that the treats were tainted. Back in the day, Wal Mart was a really good store. Yes they wanted to make a profit, but as a customer you didn't think that was their only concern. Over the years, the quality of their customer service has steadily gone wayyyyyyyy downnnnnnn hill. I haven't used Wal Mart in years for anything. I've shopped at Target, but I don't buy my dog treats or food from them. Since the dog food recall, I've spent more time label reading and I buy the majority of my dog's treats over the internet. There are some very good on-line stores and they list all the ingredients for their items and also you can contact them for specifics (like where the treats are made). Most of them want your return business so they try a little harder than the stores like Wal Mart. So keep looking for alternatives, they are out there. Don't forget, even though the pet food recall is "over" you can't relax for a minute. It seems that every month there is something new.

By: Teri

Fri, 31 Aug 2007 16:59:55 +0000

I say its major Lawsuit Time for Walmart, and others who buy cheap chinese products to seel to US and Canadian consumers, that are unfit for animal consumption. If we do not act on this, it just continues to happen, and I and my friends are simply Boycotting the Walmarts of this world. You can support your local organic growing farms, and cattle ranches, that do not give their animals hormones, and chemicals. You can support local stores that sell, organic products, yes it may cost a little more but its worth the money in the safety of the products. You can also cook meals for your dog at home, with a meat, vegetable and starch like rice. There are many recipes on line, in fact I will get some for my blog and you can find them on line there. Do not buy products from these stores if you value your pets, they just cannot be trusted anymore.