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Boesl Packing Company, Inc. was formed in 1932 and produced meat products for human consumption. In 2000, with the assistance of Dr. Richard Patton, the company set out to produce healthy and safe raw diet pet food under the name K-9 Kraving.
The products are made in human-grade facilities. This was the first pet food manufacturer to get USDA certification.
K-9 Kraving Quick Facts
Brand line includes: K-9 Kraving Beef & Vegetable Frozen Raw Dog Food, K-9 Kraving Chicken & Vegetable Frozen Raw Dog Food, K-9 Kraving Chicken, Beef & Vegetable Frozen Raw Dog Food, K-9 Kraving Duck & Vegetable Frozen Raw Dog Food, K-9 Kraving Turkey & Vegetable Frozen Raw Dog Food
Company: Boesl Packing Co., Inc.
Headquarters: 2322 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD, 21213
Contact info: 1-800-675-1471, website, email
Has K-9 Kraving Dog Food Ever Been Recalled?
Yes, a recall of chicken patties was announced in fall 2015. The cause was potential contamination with salmonella and listeria. “The affected product was distributed to retail stores only in Maryland,” according to the FDA.
List of K-9 Kraving Recalls
Cause: Potential for both salmonella and listeria. Announcement: FDA report dated Oct. 2, 2015. What was recalled: Chicken Patties Dog Food shipped between July 13-17, 2015.
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