We have an important dog food recall going on right now.
Nature’s Variety has announced a NATIONWIDE recall of select lots of its Instinct Raw Chicken Formula for Dogs. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the recall was issued after
they conducted a routine sample test and determined that the products contained Salmonella bacteria.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Bravo Pet Foods is recalling select lots of Bravo Chicken pet foods for dogs and cats due to concerns of the possible presence of Salmonella. The recall was initiated after routine testing by the New York State Department of Agriculture revealed the presence of Salmonella spp. Poly A contamination.
Based on recently compiled data, Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) infection has been documented in at least 40 states in the US. Keep in mind that these statistics are based on samples sent in voluntarily, and in no way reflect the scope of dogs affected in each state.
Lots of the Carnivore Vital Essentials pet food treats have been recalled due to listeria monocytogene contamination. Carnivore Meat Company, LLC of Green Bay, Wisconsin has issued the recall for the following products, distributed in Washington, California, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Colorado, New Mexico, Florida, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Ohio and Vermont.
Summer is a good time for vacations, and it is also a popular time for families to make a move to a new home or apartment. Moving to a new home may be one of the most stressful life events you’ll ever have to tackle. In the chaos of cardboard boxes, packing tape and moving trucks, you might not realize how stressed your pets feel, too.
How’s that for a title? If it got your attention, that’s good because this topic needs your attention.
It used to be that dogs and cats visited the vet pretty rarely. They only needed a couple of vaccines, they weren’t eating veterinary prescription diets and they weren’t continually loaded with heartworm preventives, flea and tick meds and shampoos, de-wormers, pharmaceuticals and more. Thinking back, maybe that’s why they didn’t need to go to the vet all that often.
In light of the many FDA pet recalls through the years, a large amount of pet guardians are opting to make their own pet food.
As we've unfortunately seen, many pets became gravely ill with 1,000's more dying from eating these extremely dangerous and poisonous commercially made foods. Oh, did I say they were not a safe food source for our pets?
This article will help you decide if cooking for your pet is right for you.
Federal health officials said Monday that certain dog chews are being recalled over potential Salmonella contamination to pets and their owners.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - April 22, 2015 - .The Food and Drug Administration warned that humans who touched this product are at risk of infection if they did not thoroughly wash their hands and clean any surfaces that may have come in contact with the product.
IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Ainsworth Pet Nutrition Voluntarily Recalls Five Nutrish® Wet Cat Food Varieties For Potentially Elevated Vitamin D Levels.
After conducting a number of product tests, Ainsworth confirmed that the affected products have elevated levels of vitamin D. The high levels result from the natural levels of vitamin D that are found in some of the fish ingredients that were used in these specific formulas.