We have the best, most complete list of U.S. dog food recalls. Fully updated with every dog food recall of 2021 and 2022. Plus, historical recall info going back many years.
We have the best, most complete list of U.S. cat food recalls. Fully updated with every cat food recall of 2021 and 2022. Plus, historical recall info going back many years.
A customer filed a complaint with the FDA, and the agency investigated. Now there’s a limited recall of Woody’s Pet Food Deli. Here’s what you need to know.
The popular limited-edition calendars contained treats described as hard as “cement blocks,” and Aldi says they may present a choking hazard to pets. Here’s what you need to know.
Pricing varies for The Farmer’s Dog because this premium dog food is customized for your pet. Here’s some pricing information.
These dog treats may contain pieces of metal, so this is an important and urgent recall alert. Here’s what you need to know about this recall.
Two lots are being recalled after the manufacturer identified a problem with excessive Vitamin D levels. Here’s what you need to know.
This limited Smalls cat food recall took place weeks ago, and all affected customers have been notified. Here’s what you need to know.
A single lot of this raw beef mix has been recalled because of potential bacterial contamination. Here’s what you need to know.
The reason for the recall of certain packages of this dog food? An error with the vitamin mix. And the blame is being cast on the supplier.
Customers have been posting photos of moldy treats since this past spring — and now packages of 2 flavors of Pup-Peroni are being withdrawn.
Concerns about aflatoxin levels have prompted yet another Sunshine Mills dog food recall involving Triumph, Evolve and other brands.
Certain 3 oz. cans of this Purina Pro Plan cat food have been recalled because they may contain pieces of plastic. Get the full details here.
“This is our first recall in the six-year history of our company,” says Nom Nom — and it is “the result of a recall by one of our suppliers.”
From Blue Buffalo to Taste of the Wild, nearly all of the 10 most popular brands of pet food in the U.S. have been recalled at one time or another.