The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has banned American dogs from a wide range of pet food brands.
The ban, which applies to dog food made by Kellogg, Nestle, Nestlé PetCare, and other brands, came in the wake of a number of recent incidents in which American dogs were found to be diseased, potentially infected with rabies or suffering from other health problems.
In addition to banning all pet food products from the affected companies, the USDA also imposed a “further notice and comment period” to “ensure the integrity of the market” and to assess the effects of the new regulations.
This means that if the new restrictions are enacted, American dogs will no longer be allowed to be in certain food categories.
According to the USDA, the rule is not meant to be a blanket ban and it will not affect the availability of many foods that are marketed as pet food.
“This is an effort to make sure that our food supply continues to meet our needs,” USDA spokesperson Liz Gorman told Newsweek.
According to the agency, it took into account the fact that the majority of American households have multiple dogs, and that there are many pet owners who rely on the products to maintain their homes.
“A large part of that is the fact [Americans] are a large and diverse population and are a pet-owning culture, and a pet ownership culture,” Gorman added.
“We’ve had a lot of positive stories about pet food, and we know we can continue to get good quality food to our pets and to our households.”
The agency says the move will help reduce the number of dogs affected by diseases, as well as increase the availability and diversity of pet foods available to the American public.
“By taking this step, we are creating a better environment for pet food and for the American consumer, as these products continue to be available in a more diverse marketplace,” Gummel added.
“We are also going to be working with pet food manufacturers to continue to bring new food into the market, to make the food more accessible to pet owners, and to provide the ingredients needed for the manufacturing of pet and dog foods.”
The new rule applies to pet food made before July 1, 2018.
According for example, American dog food products that are made from grains, grains containing starches, and any pet food product made from soybeans, rice, millet, wheat, corn, rice bran, corn meal, or any other plant fiber are exempt.
However, if pet food is made after July 1 and is manufactured using ingredients from the United States, it will need to be labeled as pet and/or dog food.
In general, American pet food will not be labeled for use in dogs.
This means that it will be sold as a pet food if the product is made from a USDA-approved pet food that is made by the United Kingdom or Europe.
The rule also applies to the use of the American pet brand in certain pet food recipes.
This new rule also does not apply to foods manufactured by pet food companies that are not based in the United Stated, as the rules do not apply in these cases.
In other words, if a pet store is selling food made in Germany, and it is made in the U.K. because the ingredients used are made in France, the products cannot be labeled American pet or dog food, the agency said.
However this does not mean American pet foods are exempt from the new rules.
In fact, the American food industry is currently lobbying to expand the list of foods to include products made from genetically modified crops, as they are often more expensive to produce and require fewer resources.
The new USDA rules will not have an immediate effect on pet food manufacturing.
Pet food companies are still allowed to continue making their own pet food in the same way they have for many years, as long as it is labeled as “pet food” and not as “dog food.”
In addition, many food companies will still be able to continue selling dog food and other pet food as long they adhere to the guidelines.
“If you have a company that makes a dog food that’s labeled ‘Puppy’ or ‘Pets Only,’ you will still have the same labeling requirements, but you won’t be required to put in any additional information on that label,” Gannell told Newsweek, explaining that some pet food labels already included information that said, “This food is for puppies only.”
The FDA says the new rule does not require any changes to the current certification standards.
According for example to the USDA, the pet food industry can continue its efforts to make pet food more available to consumers.
“The American pet industry is not looking for a change in the existing pet food certification standards, and the agency is working to ensure that pet food meets the nutritional requirements of the National Institutes of Health,” Gammel added, noting that there