Timberwolf Pet Food
Important recall information appears below.
Timberwolf started manufacturing pet food in 1995. The company produces pet food that has the benefits of a raw diet and the convenience of a dry food. The food has high-quality protein sources with no fillers or by-products and is preserved naturally with Vitamin E and rosemary extract.
Timberwolf Quick Facts
Brand line includes: Lamb & Apples Platinum Grain Free Dog Food, Ocean Blue Platinum Grain Free Dog Food, Wild & Natural Platinum Grain Free Dog Food, Black Forest Platinum Grain Free Dog Food Value Pack, Serengeti Platinum Grain Free Cat Food
Where to buy: Latest deals on Timberwolf dog or cat food — Amazon.com (affiliate link)
Company: Timberwolf Organics, Inc.
Headquarters: 13506 Summerport Village Parkway #408, Windermere, FL 34786
Contact info: 407-877-8779, email, website
Has Timberwolf Ever Been Recalled?
Yes. Two dry dog food formulas were voluntarily recalled by the company in summer 2008 after complaints arose from customers of dogs becoming sick after eating the food. Apparently, neither a cause for the sicknesses nor a definitive link between the sicknesses and the food was ever determined. This 2008 recall of several thousand bags of Timberwolf Organics dog food does not appear in the FDA database — we found it in archived company website materials.
List of Timberwolf Recalls
Cause: Undetermined (reports of sickness). Announcement: Company announcement from around June 3, 2008 (archived here). What was recalled: The following formulas and specific dates of Timberwolf Organics dry dog food:
- Dakota Bison with “Best by” date of Feb. 12, 2009
- Ocean Blue with “Best by” date of either Feb. 20, 2009 or March 8, 2009
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