No illnesses have been reported, but OC Raw Dog is recalling some of its dog food products for 2 different reasons.
This is the 4th recall of Vital Essentials in the past 3 years, and salmonella is once again to blame.
TruPet LLC is calling this a “withdrawal” of a single lot of its beef-flavored Boost Me raw freeze-dried dog food topper. This is the 2nd recall for the company this year.
Fears of possible listeria contamination have prompted a new U.S. dog food recall by a New Zealand-based company called K9 Natural.
The FDA wants consumers to know that Darwin’s has a “pattern of contamination” and “a history of recalls and multiple complaints.” Here’s what you need to know.
A single lot of Blue Ridge Beef BRB Complete frozen dog food is being recalled because of the potential for contamination with salmonella and listeria.
Certain lots of these popular dog treats may contain high levels of beef thyroid hormone — and there have already been reports of sickened dogs.
The recall is confined to a single lot of both the chicken recipe and the turkey recipe of this raw cat food, and no illnesses have been reported.
This is the 14th brand of dog food to be recalled so far this year, a dizzyingly high number for a period of just over 2 months’ time.
This is the 13th brand of dog food to be recalled so far this year, an unusually high number for a period of just over 2 months’ time.
Two kittens have died, and now this frozen raw cat food is being recalled. Get the full details of this Blue Ridge Beef Kitten Grind cat food recall here.
Carnivore Meat Company is recalling 73 cases of this raw dog food because it could potentially be contaminated with salmonella.
The company has announced a recall of a dog food that was distributed more than a year ago after a sample tested positive for listeria.
A positive salmonella test has led TruPet, LLC to voluntarily recall a single lot of these freeze-dried raw dog treats.
This recall follows an explosive investigative report that discovered traces of pentobarbital (a euthanasia drug) in some cans of Gravy Train dog food.