At least 28 pets are suspected to have died as a result of high aflatoxin levels in the products. Both dog and cat food varieties are involved.
One pet has been sickened by salmonella — and now a batch of this frozen raw dog food is being recalled. Here’s what you need to know.
Aflatoxins can reach alarming levels during hot, dry growing seaons like what we experienced in 2020. The result? Lots of pet food recalls.
Certain bags of this kangaroo-based dry dog food formula are being recalled because of possible salonella contamination. Full details here.
These 3 types of dry dog foods, all produced by Sunshine Mills, may contain high levels of aflatoxin — which can kill pets.
Specific lots of this dry dog food from Nature’s Menu have been recalled because of potential salmonella contamination. Full details here.
This Natural Balance cat food recall was initiated because an incorrect ingredient mix may cause serious health problems in cats.
These treats, sold in packages for both dogs and cats, are being recalled because they may contain too-large fish — which is a potential poisoning hazard.
This is the 2nd warning issued about this pet food in the past few months — but Aunt Jeni’s is fighting back. “There is no recall,” they point out.
Specific cans of Special Kitty cat food are being recalled because they don’t meet “quality and safety standards” and could sicken your cat.
Certain bags of this cat food may be contaminated with salmonella, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in people.
The federal agency issues a warning: Do not feed ANY frozen raw pet food under the brand name Performance Dog produced recently. Here’s why.
If you didn’t know about this Best Bully Sticks pig ears recall, you’re not alone. It sure looks like they were trying to keep their name out of the news.
Pig ear treats were presumed connected to dozens of salmonella cases in humans. Here’s what we know about the recalls, as well as a federal investigation.
However, the company claims its food is perfectly safe — and that the federal safety agency is “on a witch hunt” against raw food manufacturers.