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.
We have learned about another recall of Darwin’s pet food — the latest in a string of recalls in the past year and a half.
No illnesses, injuries or complaints have been reported. But testing by the Colorado Department of Agriculture found salmonella in a package of dog chews.
Routine testing by a state agriculture department found the presence of salmonella in packages of these dog treats.
Raws for Paws has recalled certain chubs of its Ground Turkey Pet Food because of the potential for salmonella contamination.
The company’s first recall comes after preliminary testing revealed its human-grade green beans may be contaminated with listeria.
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