Dog Food Recalls
EuroCan Manufacturing is recalling multiple brands sold in the U.S. and Canada. Check for the affected lot number.
The food may contain elevated levels of naturally occurring beef thyroid hormones. Get affected UPC codes and “best by” dates.
The food may contain elevated levels of naturally occurring beef thyroid hormone. Get the affected “best by” dates.
The voluntary recall is due to a quality issue with the packaging’s foil seal. Get the affected UPC codes to know if you should return your dog’s food for a full refund.
The food may be contaminated with pentobarbital. We have the affected product code.
Routine sampling detected Listeria in the company’s dog food, but the recall affects many products.
The dog chews were distributed in the U.S. and Canada. Here’s what to look for.
Two lots of the rawhide sticks sold at PetSmart are subject to the recall by JAKKS Pacific.
An Oklahoma woman sells homemade treats as an alternative to ones from China, but will this really solve the complex problem of dogs getting sick?
Finally, retailers are removing jerky treats made in China, which have been responsible for thousands of pet deaths over the years.
Salmonella fears affect dry food under the labels California Natural, Healthwise, Evo, and Innova.
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The Jerky Treat Problem Needs More Than a “Natural” Solution