From Blue Buffalo to Taste of the Wild, nearly all of the 10 most popular brands of pet food in the U.S. have been recalled at one time or another.
Specific cans of Special Kitty cat food are being recalled because they don’t meet “quality and safety standards” and could sicken your cat.
Certain bags of this cat food may be contaminated with salmonella, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in people.
This class-action lawsuit may not hold up to scrutiny, but it does demonstrate one thing: Consumers are getting more vocal about pet food safety.
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.
It’s an outrageous example of the “silent recalls” that are leaving consumers in the dark about pet food safety.
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.
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.
The expanded recall now covers every dog and cat food that G & C Raw made between Feb. 27 and July 20, 2018.
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.