This is so scary.... Channel 4 is reporting: Veterinarians all around Western New York are trying to nurse dogs back to health that may have eaten tainted diamond dog food. Dr. Jay Geasling of Sheridan Animal Hospital said, "If they are acting ill and not eating, they need to come into the hospital and get IV fluids and get supported." Last week, the company recalled the food after some tested positive for a fungus called aflatoxin, which can cause liver failure and in some cases, even death. The bags that may be contaminated are large bags with a capital 'G' in the 11th or 12th digit on the bar code. They have a best buy date between March 1, 2007 and June 10, 2007. The smaller bags have a 'G' in the 9th digit. In the meantime, local pet stores are taking all of the recalled Diamond pet food off the shelves and are sending it back to the distributors. They're also helping out nervous customers who may have fed their dogs the contaminated food. Laura Czosek, whose dogs ate the tainted food, said, "I was kind of nervous. I didn't know what to do. I didn't know if the dogs would be OK. So, I told my mom to take the food back to the store." Her dog food was exchanged for another brand, and her dogs are doing just fine. But Dave Ehrenreich's 9-year-old Siberian husky named Lexus wasn't so lucky. He sustained liver damage after eating the tainted food. Ehrenreich said, "He seems to be doing better, but from what I understand, there's no guarantees on any of this, and I need to take him in on Wednesday for more blood tests." If you have questions about the recalled food, you can contact Diamond Pet Foods at 1-800-442-0402. If your dog ate the recalled food, and shows symptoms like a loss of appetite, jaundice, discolored urine, or diarrhea, you should call your vet immediately.