Canine Caviar Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

Important Canine Caviar recall information appears below.

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Brand Name: Canine Caviar
Product Lines:
Canine Caviar Chicken & Pearl Millet Adult Dog Food, Canine Caviar Wilderness Grain-Free All Life Stages Dog Dinner, Canine Caviar Wild Ocean Grain Free Herring and Split Pea
Canine Caviar Foods, Inc.
P.O. Box 5872, Norco, CA 92860
[email protected]
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Canine Caviar Company Overview

Jeff Baker, CEO and founder of Canine Caviar, had a background in pharmacology and nutrition, and he created the food to improve the health of his Great Dane named Moguls. Canine Caviar (and its sister brand, Feline Caviar) was established in 1996.

The company says its No. 1 concern is making the best product possible for dogs and keeping it affordable for the consumer. Today, Canine Caviar has a dry line of food, a wet line of canned food, plus treats, supplements, and frozen foods.

Has There Ever Been a Canine Caviar Recall?

There has been a Canine Caviar Recall, according to our research. In 2007 a pair of products was recalled during the melamine crisis.

Canine Caviar Recall History

April 2007
Cause: Melamine. Announcement: FDA report for recall ending April 26, 2007. What was recalled: 13.2 oz. cans of the following foods, with “Best Before” dates of Aug. 21, 2008 – April 15, 2009:

  • Canine Caviar Gourmet Turkey
  • Canine Caviar Gourmet Beaver

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