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Home-Cookin' for Morris and Marmaduke

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The news on pet food just keeps getting worse, as more and more companies enact voluntary recalls on their products due to fears of contamination. First, it was poisoned wheat gluten in dog and cat foods, and now dog treats are suspect due to possible salmonella contamination. Money won't keep Fido or Fluffy safe here, as both pricey and generic brands have been affected. What's a pet owner to do? Phil Klein, co-owner of Whiskers Holistic Pet Products thinks home-cooked meals are the answer, and he'll give you the recipe. Do you cook for your pet? And does that mean your own dinner's going straight from freezer to microwave?