VeRUS Pet Food

 No recalls.

VeRUS produces dog and cat food. The dry food is manufactured in New York, and the canned/wet formulas are manufactured in South Dakota and New Zealand. The food is made according to American and European Union specifications for certification. VeRUS Pet Foods was started in 1993 by Russell Armstrong.

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Armstrong used to work for a pet food manufacturer that was successful in creating and marketing a natural pet food line. When new management decided to change the recipe in favor of cheaper ingredients, Armstrong struck out on his own. He created a natural line of pet food to ensure control over the ingredients.

VeRUS Quick Facts

Brand line includes: VeRUS Advanced Opticoat for dogs, VeRus Cold Water Fish for dogs, VeRUS Life Virtue for dogs, VeRUS Beef and Barley Formula for dogs, VeRUS Duck and Potato Formula for dogs, VeRUS Feline Life Advantage Chicken Meal and Brown Rice Formula
Cost: $$$
Company: VeRUS Pet Foods
Headquarters: P.O. Box 239, Abingdon, MD 21009
Contact info: 888-828-3787, email, website

Has VeRUS Pet Food Ever Been Recalled?

No. This brand has never been recalled, according to our research.

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