We have the best, most complete list of U.S. dog food recalls. Fully updated with every dog food recall of 2021 and 2022. Plus, historical recall info going back many years.
Follow this expert guide to transition your dog to a new food over the course of at least 1 week. Here’s what you need to know.
Take a look at your pet food label, and if you see any of the following phrases, put the bag or can down and move on to the next product.
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.
This is the 2nd warning issued about this pet food in the past few months — but Aunt Jeni’s is fighting back. “There is no recall,” they point out.
The federal agency issues a warning: Do not feed ANY frozen raw pet food under the brand name Performance Dog produced recently. Here’s why.
Pig ear treats were presumed connected to dozens of salmonella cases in humans. Here’s what we know about the recalls, as well as a federal investigation.
If you’re constantly stepping on kibble after mealtime, this may be why.
However, the company claims its food is perfectly safe — and that the federal safety agency is “on a witch hunt” against raw food manufacturers.
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.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition has recalled a wide variety of canned dog foods because of potentially elevated Vitamin D levels.
Golden, soft and chewy, these carrot and almond butter dog treats are sure to please your dog — and they look good enough for you to eat, too.
Want to go beyond the doggy biscuit? It’s time to try out this soft pretzel recipe for dogs!
It’s an outrageous example of the “silent recalls” that are leaving consumers in the dark about pet food safety.