The J.M. Smucker Co. is recalling dozens of brands of pet food following an investigation which uncovered the presence of phenobarbital, a drug used to euthanize dogs and cats, in some of its products.
Four pet food companies have issued recalls for their products after reports surfaced of salmonella contamination causing deaths in animals and serious illnesses in human children.
Darwin’s Natural Pet Products is recalling certain lots of its Natural Selections raw dog food due to potential contamination with salmonella, a bacterium that causes severe illness in both humans and pets.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against two companies involved in the manufacture and distribution of an upscale dog food known as “Cocolicious” for allegedly containing the animal euthanasia drug phenobarbital.
Some commercial pet foods are made with livestock gullets (throat meat) and dangerous thyroid hormones that can make your dog or cat very sick, hyperactive, or cause death.
Evanger's and Against the Grain recalls all "chunk beef" dog food after it tests positive for horse meat and the deadly euthanasia drug pentobarbital. One pug is known to have died, and several other dogs got sick.
PetSmart is recalling its Grreat Choice Adult Dog Food due to a potential choking hazard found in one of its lots.
Evanger's and Against the Grain recalled canned dog food that may be contaminated with pentobarbital, a toxic drug used to euthanize cows. At least five dogs were sickened or died.