Are you concerned about the safety of your dog’s food? It’s important to stay up to date on recalls, because many products have been taken off the shelves in recent months because they could be dangerous to your dog’s health. This article reviews what dog food is currently on recall, and how to identify if your dog’s food is included. Stay informed and keep your pup safe with the latest recall information.
Nature’s Promise Dog Food
Recently, Nature’s Promise Dog Food has been added to the list of recalled pet foods. Nature’s Promise Dog Food was distributed in ALDI stores throughout the United States.
The affected products include:
- Nature’s Promise Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe Dry Dog Food (6 lb bags with best by date of 09/05/2022; UPC code 041498181748)
- Nature’s Promise Lamb & Brown Rice Recipe Dry Dog Food (6 lb bags with best by date of 09/05/2022; UPC code 041498181724)
If you purchased either of these products, please discard them immediately or return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.
The recall was issued due to a potential health risk posed by the presence of elevated levels of Vitamin D in the food. Elevated levels of Vitamin D can cause health problems in dogs, including vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst and urination, excessive drooling and weight loss. If your pet has consumed either of these products and is exhibiting any of these signs or symptoms, contact your veterinarian immediately.
Nutro Ultra Small Breed Puppy
Nutro Ultra Small Breed Puppy is one of the dog foods that is currently on a recall list. Nutro is a brand of dry dog food sold in both the United States and Canada. The recall was issued by Nutro due to a contamination risk for Salmonella. This specific product was recalled on November 21, 2019 and affects 5-pound bags with UPC codes 079105204252 or 079105204269, with best by dates from June 1 to August 10, 2020.
The recall is just a precautionary measure and so far, no illnesses have been reported as a result of this issue. But if you have bought the affected product, it’s important to stop feeding it to your pet immediately. Instead, take the product back to the store where you purchased it for a full refund. Additionally, make sure to keep an eye out for any symptoms of salmonella in your dog, which can include diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy, decreased appetite, and fever.
If your pet has consumed any of the recalled product and is showing signs of salmonella poisoning, contact your vet immediately. Early diagnosis and treatment are essential for a speedy recovery.
If you have questions about the Nutro recall or the safety of your pet’s food, contact Nutro directly at 1-800-833-5330.
Nutro Max Large Breed Puppy
Nutro Max Large Breed Puppy is a popular dog food that has recently been recalled due to the presence of aflatoxin, a naturally occurring toxin produced by certain molds. The recall affects all Nutro Max Large Breed Puppy products with expiration dates from 8/9/19 to 1/31/20.
Nutro Max Large Breed Puppy is designed to meet the specific nutritional needs of large breed puppies, and it contains quality proteins, natural fibers, and essential fatty acids to promote healthy growth and development. The recalled batches may contain unsafe levels of aflatoxin, which can cause serious health problems for your pet. If you have purchased this product, please check the expiration date and contact your local retailer for a full refund.
Symptoms of aflatoxin poisoning include sluggishness, loss of appetite, vomiting, yellowish tint to the eyes or gums, and jaundice. If you suspect your dog has been exposed to aflatoxin, seek veterinary attention immediately.
It’s important to remember that while the recall affects Nutro Max Large Breed Puppy products, other Nutro products are not affected and remain safe for your pet. Nutro is committed to providing safe and nutritious products for your furry friends and continues to work diligently to ensure that all their products meet the highest standards of safety and quality.
Nutro Natural Choice Large Breed Puppy
Nutro recently announced a recall of their Nutro Natural Choice Large Breed Puppy dog food due to potential salmonella contamination. This recall affects the dry kibble formula that was distributed between October 1st and November 28th, 2020, with the best by date of May 12, 2022.
They (Nutro) are asking customers who have purchased this product to discontinue use immediately. They are also offering full refunds for affected products. For more information on the recall, please refer to the FDA website or contact Nutro directly at 800-833-5330.
Nutro has a long-standing commitment to providing pet parents with safe and nutritious foods, and they take any potential contamination seriously. If you have questions or concerns, they encourage you to reach out.
Taste of the Wild High Prairie Puppy Formula
Taste of the Wild High Prairie Puppy Formula is currently on the dog food recall list. This popular brand of dog food has been linked to multiple reports of gastrointestinal illness and/or death in pets. The product was recalled after testing revealed salmonella contamination in some samples.
It is important to note that the recall does not affect all Taste of the Wild products, only the High Prairie Puppy Formula. If you have purchased this food for your pet, it is important to immediately discard any unused portions and contact your veterinarian for further advice. Additionally, the FDA recommends that anyone who may have consumed this product contact their healthcare provider if they experience any symptoms of illness.
The recall affects all sizes of 4, 6 and 12 lb bags with production codes between October 5th and December 14th of 2018. Customers are urged to check the production code on the back of the bag to determine whether or not their bag is part of the recall. If it is, they should discard the food immediately and contact the company for a full refund.
At this time, there have been no reports of illnesses in pets associated with other varieties of Taste of the Wild Dog Foods. However, it is always wise to take precautions when feeding your pets, especially when a recall has been issued. To ensure your pet’s safety, be sure to regularly check for recalls and monitor your pet for any unusual behavior or signs of illness.