Category Archives: Recalls

RECALL ALERT: Med-Vet 1/2cc U-40 Veterinary Insulin Syringes

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Med-Vet International has recalled certain veterinary insulin syringes due to mislabeling that could result in the animal receiving only half of their prescribed dose of insulin. The affected syringes were sold to both consumers and veterinary medical professionals.       If your dog is diabetic and is given subtherapeutic doses of insulin, please be…

RECALL ALERT: Pro-Pet LLC Dog and Cat Foods Recalled Due to Salmonella

Pro-Pet LLC of St. Marys, Ohio, has initiated a voluntary recall of several lots of Dry Dog and Cat Foods under the brand names of Hubbard Life, Joy, and QC Plus due to possible Salmonella contamination. To date, there have been no reports of illness to any pets eating the product or humans handling it, yet the…

RECALL ALERT: Your True Companion Brand Dehydrated Pet Treats

Health Canada has issued a recall of several types of Your True Companion Pet Treats due to possible contamination with Salmonella. The treats affected were sold in bulk to retail stores across Canada. From the Healthy Canadians website: Affected products True Raw Choice Bulk Dehydrated Natural Pet Treats Product description This recall involves True Raw…

RECALL ALERT: Bailey’s Choice Chicken Jerky Recall Expanded

Last Friday, Nov. 1, we reported a recall of certain lots of Bailey’s Choice brand chicken jerky dog treats due to possible Salmonella contamination. Today, that recall has been expanded to include additional LOT codes and flavors of the treats. WDEF CBS News reported: Bailey’s Choice Dog Treats, LLC, of Waleska, Ga., is expanding the…

RECALL ALERT: Bailey’s Choice Chicken Jerky Dog Treats

The Georgia-based dog treat manufacturer Bailey’s Choice Pet Treats has announced a recall of certain lots of their chicken jerky treats due to possible contamination with the Salmonella bacteria. The treats involved are primarily sold in and around the Georgia area. According to a post on the manufacturer’s Facebook page today, Bailey’s Choice is issuing…

FDA Issues Warning on Jerky Dog Treats, Ask Veterinarians for Help

The FDA issued their first caution to consumers regarding chicken, duck, and sweet potato jerky treats imported from China in September of 2007. We have all heard the news reports and complaints of the Chinese chicken jerky treats – also referred to as strips, tenders, chunks, etc. But, six years later, the treats are still…

RECALL ALERT: Kritter’s Kitchen Kreations Chicken Jerky Treats

New Hampshire-based dog treat manufacturer, Kritter’s Kitchen Kreations, LLC is voluntarily recalling their line of chicken jerky dog treats after at least 21 people became infected with Salmonella. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services announced the recall of all lots and packages of Kritter’s Kitchen Kreations’ Joey’s Jerky Chicken Treats due to…

RECALL ALERT: Purina ONE BeyOnd Chicken and Barley Dry Dog Food

Nestle Purina Pet Care has voluntarily recalled certain bags of Purina ONE beyOnd white meat chicken and whole barley recipe dry adult formula dog food due to possible contamination with Salmonella. Only the sizes and date codes indicated below are involved in the recall at this time. No illnesses have been reported. Only Purina ONE…

RECALL ALERT: Iverhart Chewable Heartworm Prevention

Virbac Animal Health has issued an expanded recall of certain lots of Iverhart Plus Flavored Chewables for heartworm prevention. This recall is an expansion of a recall issued last April due to low levels of Ivermectin, leaving dogs in the upper third of each weight range unprotected against heartworm infection. According to PetMD, the following…

RECALL ALERT: Iams and Eukanuba Dry Dog & Cat Foods Recalled

Multiple brands and flavors of both Iams and Eukanuba brand dry dog and cat foods were voluntarily recalled by the Procter & Gamble Company due to possible contamination with Salmonella. Please see the list below for specific brands and flavors affected by this massive recall action. Several dry cat foods were also named in the…

RECALL ALERT: Dogswell (Finally!) Recalls Chicken & Duck Jerky Treats

Despite efforts by dog owners around the country to stop the import of all chicken jerky treats imported from China, a few companies have held firm that their products were completely safe and did not include trace amounts of unapproved antibiotics responsible for the massive chicken jerky recalls of 2012. One of those brands was…

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