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.
The treats may be connected to dozens of salmonella cases in humans. The FDA and CDC now advise avoiding all pig ear treats at this time.
A number of meats and blends from Texas Tripe were recalled recently. In addition, the FDA is now advising consumers to stay away from many additional lots.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition has recalled a wide variety of canned dog foods because of potentially elevated Vitamin D levels.
The affected products include frozen raw ground rabbit, duck, llama and pork. Here are the full details.
This Muse cat food recall has been initiated because the cans may contain rubber pieces. Get the full details here.
These specific lots of Natural Selections dog food may contain salmonella. Here’s what you need to know about the FDA caution letter.
This recall of a raw pet food product was sparked by 1 human case of salmonella infection. At least 1 pet has reportedly been sickened, too.
This frozen raw pet food product, made for both dogs and cats, has the potential to be contaminated with listeria.
The J.M. Smucker Company says routine quality tests discovered low amounts of an essential vitamin in these specific packages of 9Lives cat food.
Another day, another dog food recalled because Vitamin D levels are too high. Here are the details — and what may be happening.
These packages were distributed in retail stores only in Puerto Rico.
These 3 brands are just the latest in a dizzying number of dog food recalls over concerns about Vitamin D levels being too high.
This dog food from Sunshine Mills is the latest to be recalled over concerns about too-high Vitamin D levels.
This dry dog food has been recalled over concerns about elevated Vitamin D levels, which can lead to renal failure.