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.
Consumers who have bought this dog food should dispose of it or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
This dog food may contain elevated levels of Vitamin D. Here’s what you need to know about the Orlando Grain Free recall.
The cause is elevated levels of Vitamin D, which in high doses can cause serious health problems in dogs.
The expanded recall now covers every dog and cat food that G & C Raw made between Feb. 27 and July 20, 2018.
Bravo Packing, Inc. is recalling this raw frozen dog food after a sample tested positive for salmonella.
This is the 2nd recall of the year for Steve’s Real Food, and it involves pet food for both dogs and cats.
In an expansion of previous recalls, now the entire product lineup shipped out within a 15-month period — all recipes, all sizes — has been recalled.
The recall involves about 70 containers of raw dog and cat food sold by G & C Raw, LLC of Ohio.
No pets or humans have been sickened, but Radagast Pet Food has issued this voluntary recall of cat food. Learn more in this urgent recall announcement.