A Canadian manufacturer has come to terms with plaintiffs lawyers in litigation over pet food that allegedly caused death or injury to thousands of dogs and cats.

Lawyers for both sides reached a settlement agreement in principle on Tuesday, the deadline set by U.S. District Judge Noel Hillman, who is overseeing the consolidated cases, In re Pet Food Products Liability Litigation, MDL-1850.

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