Pet Food Recalls

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Brutus & Barnaby recalls pig ear dog chews for Salmonella

Brutus & Barnaby of Clearwater, Florida recalled all size variations of its pig ears dog chew because they may contaminated with Salmonella, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Bags of our Pig Ears were distributed throughout all states via Amazon.com, Chewy.com, Brutusandbarnaby.com and the brick and mortar Natures Food Patch in Clearwater, Florida.
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Dog Goods recalls pig ear dog chews for Salmonella

The FDA and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended that people neither buy nor use all pig ear pet treats in the United States.
Dog Goods USA LLC recalled Chef Toby Pig Ears Treats because of possible salmonella contamination, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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FDA, CDC recommend no pig ear dog chew use in US

As of July 31, people in 33 states have reported 127 cases of Salmonella infections. Twenty-six humans were hospitalized in these cases.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended that people neither buy nor use all pig ear pet treats in the United States.
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Lennox recalls pig ear dog treats for Salmonella

The recalled products where shipped to nationwide distributors and/or retail stores from May 1 to July 3.
Public health officials in the United States continue investigating 93 cases of Salmonella infection in humans, as of July 17, which pig ear dog treats may have spread.
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Pet Supplies Plus recalls pig ear dog chew for Salmonella

Pet Supplies Plus is advising consumers it is recalling bulk pig ear product supplied to all locations by several different vendors due to the potential of Salmonella contamination.
Pet Supplies Plus is advising consumers it is recalling bulk pig ear product supplied to all locations by several different vendors due to the potential of Salmonella contamination.
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Hill’s adds lot code to excess vitamin D dog food recall

This relates to the same vitamin premix that led to the Jan. 31 voluntary recall.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition stated that a single can date/lot code within an already recalled case of dog food was inadvertently omitted from the company’s list of dog foods recalled for excessive vitamin D levels.
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