Part of your responsibility as a pet parent is to help protect your pet from potentially harmful products. While it is nearly impossible to ensure that your pet will never come in contact with recalled pet food or treats, you can help to reduce your pet's risk. Also remember to practice good hygiene with your pets' food and bowls »
An updated list of recalled pet food products follows these tips for what you can do to protect your pet from recalled food and treats:
1. Check our list of recalled foods and treatsregularly for the latest information on items that have been recalled. You may also want to join our online community to receive information about recalls via the Pet of the Week enewsletter. In addition, the FDA website is a helpful tool that provides updated information for all product recalls.
2. If your pet's food or treats are recalled (see list below), immediately stop feeding the product to your pet. Recalled products may be returned to the store where they were purchased for a full refund or thrown away in a secure area not accessible to animals. If you have questions about recalled food or treats or require additional information contact the company that manufactures the product.
3. If your pet may have consumed a recalled product, consult your veterinarian, even if your pet does not appear to have any symptoms.
4. If your pet has become ill or died because of a recalled food or treat, please report it to The FDA Consumer Complaint Coordinator in your state.
December 28, 2011: Petrus Feed and Seed Stores, Inc. recalls its 21% Dog Food
December 28, 2011: Feeders Supply, Inc. Recalls Arrow Brand Dry Dog Food
December 13, 2011: Updated News Release With Corrected Lot Numbers Advanced Animal Nutrition Recalls Dog Power Dry Dog Food
December 8, 2011: Advanced Animal Nutrition Recalls Dog Power Dry Dog Food
December 7, 2011: Cargill Animal Nutrition Recalls River Run and Marksman Dry Dog Food
December 6, 2011: P&G Voluntarily Recalls One Production Lot of Dry Dog Food (Iams brand)
November 18, 2011: FDA Continues to Caution Dog Owners About Chicken Jerky Products