Party Animal Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

Important Party Animal recall information appears below.

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Brand Name: Party Animal
Product Lines:
For dogs: Cocolicious Wild Caught Salmon, Cocolicious Wholesome Duck, Party Animal Original Heavenly Venison. For cats: Party Animal Original Organic Tom Cat Turkey, Cocolicious Lamb & Wild Caught Salmon, Party Animal Original Darling Duck.
Party Animal, Inc.
8491 Sunset Blvd. #370, West Hollywood, CA 90069
[email protected]

Party Animal Company Overview

Founded in 2006 by Daryl and Shawna Abrams in California, Party Animal aims to be a beacon of nutrition and safety in the pet food industry. The company claims to be dedicated to producing dog and cat food that is not only organic but also made from wholesome ingredients. Emphasizing small-batch production, Party Animal ensures that each can of pet food maintains a high standard of quality and freshness.

In the words of the founders, the inception of Party Animal stemmed from a personal quest to find pet food that was safe, nutritious, and clean. Dissatisfied with the options available on the market, Daryl and Shawna embarked on a journey to create a line of pet food that met their stringent criteria for health and quality. They claim to have worked with a dedicated team to develop formulas that are not only tasty but also free from hormones and pesticides, offering a cleaner diet for pets.

Today, Party Animal claims to stand out in the pet food market by providing products that the founders themselves trust and feed to their own pets, ensuring that other pet parents can offer the same level of care and nutrition to their animals. The company aims to be the choice for those who, like Daryl and Shawna, seek the best for their four-legged family members and appreciate the peace of mind that comes with knowing exactly what their pets are consuming.

Has There Ever Been a Party Animal Recall?

There has been a Party Animal recall, according to our research.

In the spring of 2017, the Party Animal recalled 2 beef varieties of Cocolicious canned dog food over concerns about the food possibly containing pentobarbital. The company later filed a $20 million fraud lawsuit against Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Co. Inc., which had manufactured those products on Party Animal’s behalf.

The full details of all Party Animal recalls appear below.

Party Animal Recall History

April 2017
Cause: Potential for pentobarbital. Announcement: Company report dated April 17, 2017. What was recalled: 13-ounce cans of dog food:

  • Cocolicious Beef & Turkey, Lot #0136E15204 04, best by July 2019
  • Cocolicious Chicken & Beef, Lot #0134E15 237 13, best by August 2019

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