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Dog Food Recalls

Stay up to date on the latest news on dog food recalls and dog product recalls.

Whenever there is a pet food recall, it’s easy to panic. What if my dog’s food is on that list? What if he gets sick? Staying informed and knowing what to do if your dog's food is recalled could save your dog's life. While there is no way to prevent your dog's food from being recalled, it’s important to act quickly if your dog’s food is recalled, or you suspect it should be.

Learn what to do when your dog's food has been recalled and prevent dog food contamination in your own home. Get the breaking news when a dog food recall is announced.  

 

Dog Food Recall Preparedness Plan
While many people associate bacteria such as Salmonella with uncooked or wet foods, owners should use the same caution handling dog food as they would with any chicken or meats. Learn how to handle dog food properly and find out what to do if your dog food is recalled or you think it should be.  Read More>>

Dog Food Recall Checklist
Do you know what to do if your dog's food is recalled? The most important thing you can do is have a plan. Continuing to feed your dog the food or waiting to take action because you are unsure of what to do, could cost your pet his life.Follow these steps to help protect your dog. Read more>>

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04/27/2007   
Chenango Valley Added to Dog Food Recall
Products could be tainted with melamine, the suspect contaminant in the dog food recall.
04/25/2007   
Pet Owners Confused About Dog Food Recall
Petco study reveals pet owners are concerned, confused about what to feed their dogs in light of the dog food recall.
04/24/2007   
SmartPak Products Added to Dog Food Recall
A production run of LiveSmart Weight Management Chicken & Brown Rice is now on the dog food recall list.
04/20/2007   
Royal Canin Dry Food Added to Dog Food Recall
Varieties of Royal Canin dry dog foods have been added to the dog food recall after melamine was found in its rice protein concentrate.
04/20/2007   
Dog Food Recall Toxin May Have Been Intentional
The suspect ingredient in the dog food recall may have been used to increase protein content, FDA says.

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04/18/2007   
Dog Food Recall Expands to Wheat-Free Products
While wheat-free dog foods are now included in the dog food recall, melamine is still the prime suspect.
04/11/2007   
Senate Will Hear Testimony on Dog Food Recall
Hearing will probe the FDA’s response to the dog food recall.
04/09/2007   
What You Can Do About the Dog Food Recall
Veterinarian offers guidelines for owners concerned about the dog food recall.
04/07/2007   
Tips to Avoid Contaminated Dog Foods
A veterinary specialist gives advice to owners concerned about the dog food recall.
04/05/2007   
Dog Food Recall Product List Expands
Sunshine Mills recalls treats, Menu Foods expands dog food recall list.

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04/03/2007   
Dog Food Recall Update: FDA Bans Chinese Company’s Wheat Gluten
Imports halted of ingredient that may have led to dog food recall.
04/03/2007   
Del Monte, Nestle Purina Recall Dog Food
Due to concerns about tainted wheat gluten, Del Monte and Nestle Purina have chosen to recall dog food.
04/02/2007   
<i>Salmonella</i> Contamination Forces Dog Treat Recall
Eight In One begins dog treat recall after lab testing found <i>Salmonella</i> in chicken jerky treats.
03/23/2007   
Rat Poison Blamed for Dog Food Recall
In latest development in dog food recall, N.Y. State Department of Agriculture and Markets says lab tests discovered rat poison.
03/30/2005   
New Toxin Found in Recalled Dog Food
FDA and Menu Foods say a plastic, not rat poison, was in tainted ingredient in recalled dog food.
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