Dog Food Recalls & Cat Food Recalls
|Jan 14, 2019||A+ Answers||Salmonella|
|Dec 21, 2018||Columbia River Natural||Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes|
|Dec 7, 2018||9 Lives||low levels of thiamine|
|Dec 5, 2018||Columbia River Natural||Listeria monocytogenes|
|Nov 29, 2018||ELM Pet Foods||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 28, 2018||ANF||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 27, 2018||Evolve||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 27, 2018||Sportsman's Pride||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 27, 2018||Triumph||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 20, 2018||Nature's Promise||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 19, 2018||Abound||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 9, 2018||Natural Life||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 6, 2018||Orlando||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 2, 2018||Natural Life||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
|Nov 2, 2018||Nutrisca||elevated levels of Vitamin D|
Keeping up with the latest pet food recalls is an important part of being a responsible pet owner. Pet food recalls are issued to protect pets & humans from harmful contaminants and manufacturing errors.
There are three different types of recalls issued by pet food companies. The first type of recall is voluntary and initiated by the company's own initiate. The second type of recall is also voluntarily, but initiated by the request of the FDA. Finally, the third type of recall occurs when the firm is faced with an FDA order under statutory authority.
To help pet owners keep track of the latest dog food recalls & cat food recalls, we offer a text-message recall alert program. When you enroll in this free service, we'll send you a text-message when a dog or cat food recall is issued. To enroll, send the word "START" to (844) 402-3335.
For safety information regarding a specific brand of pet food, please select from the list below.