Dog Food Recall List
Complete Alerts on Both Canned & Dry Dog Food Recall List
Plus - Dog Treats Need-To-Know Abouts!
We certainly hope your dog's food has not been added to the dog food recall list, but please check it be sure.
We've added a short video on how certain brands can make your dog ill right below. So you can avoid any dog food mishaps.
It happens to most products, and dog food is no exception. With this pet food recall list you can be assured that you are up to date with the latest dog food recall news.
(Note that further down you can click on the actual links to check on the most current Dog Food Recalls found on a simple chart showing the dog food recall list).
Latest Important Recall News...
April 25, 2015 - Nylabone Recall Spreads Farther Than Anticipated!
Nylabone "Voluntarily" Recalls Dog Synthetic Dog Bones
You'd think that synthetic would by-pass samonella, but this compay's product is on the hot recall list for pet treats and pet toys...
Dog Food Recall List - What you need to know now!
October 02, 2014 -- KONG Jumbo Aussie Sticks
KONG Jumbo Aussie Sticks, manufactured out of California by Jakks Pacific, have been recalled because non-toxic mold has been found growing. At the time of this report, only product purchased at PetSmart was contaminated, however investigation is still ongoing.
This manufacturer can be contacted with this form...
September 26, 2014 -- Bravo Brand once again recalls due to Salmonella!
Bravo Recalls Select Chicken and Turkey Pet Foods as possible Salmonella risk found in some of the Bravo brand pet foods for both dogs and cats. Bravo raw foods and blends have been affected. Has it only been a few months since Bravo needed to clear their shelves?
To find our more, see this information on the FDA's website... http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm416452.htm
May 15, 2014 Bravo brand dog food (and cat food, too!) has been recalled due to possible Listeria contamination. We have added this to the dry dog food recall list below for you.
For complete details, please call 1-866-922-9222 or visit http://www.bravopetfoods.com/bravonews.html
A voluntary recall due to Salmonella contamination was issued for Hubbard brand dog and cat foods. Manufactured by Pro-Pet LLC of St. Marys, Ohio this recall includes 3 different Hubbard products and many cat foods as well: Hubbard Life Happy Hound Dog Food Hubbard Life Maintenance Dog Food QC Plus Adult Dog Food Please know that this is a limited recall, but be certain to check any dog food you have against the lot code numbers found on this website:
Symptoms To Look For
If your dog is showing any of these symptoms after dining on and dry dog food, seek immediate veterinary assistance…
- lethargy combined with a reluctance to eat
- yellowish tint to the eyes or gums
What You Can Do - Be Aware of Out-Sourced Ingredients!
Read this information published by the Food and Drug Administration in regards to chicken Jerky Products… FDA advice here
Current List of Dog Food Recalls
Wondering what dog food was taken off the shelf recently?
Here at Top Dog Food we feel it's extremely urgent that you have the most updated recall information available for your dog's sake.
Top Dog Food will keep you informed of the latest recall news as it happens. Recalled dog food older than 1 year past are not posted here. Below is a current Dog Food Recall List
|Date Of Recall||Product / Manufacturer||Link To More Information|
April 25, 2015
NylaBone Toy / Chew
Feb. 04, 2014
May 15, 2014
Sept. 26, 2014
Oct. 02, 2014
Kong Aussie Sticks / Jakks
As new dog food news happens, we will report any recalls immediately to the dog food recall list above. And we will always provide you with links directly to the dog food manufacturer's website, so that you will have first hand knowledge of any dog food recalls.
It's important to know exactly which can or bag of dog food is included on the dog food recall list.
Why Were These Dog Foods Recalled?
It's important to know that many dog products may contain ingredients from China where pet food standards are much lower than in the USA. Stay informed, and perhaps try out a raw dog food diet or at the very least homemade dog food with these easy to fix recipes.
What Actions You Can Take
It's upsetting, I know. But taking action to keep your dog in good health is the best you can do at this point.
The first obvious step is to check the bag or can of dog food that you are feeding, or have been feeding your dog to be confirm that is - or is NOT - included in the dog food recall list.
Most reputable stores will offer you a refund or replacement for the contaminated dog food.
Watch your dog for signs of illness such as runny stools, lack of appetite, or general malaise.
Bookmark this page for all updates to the 2014 dogfood recall list - dog food news as it happens.
Stop The Madness!
The best prevention starts with you. Only you can prevent your dog from suffering the fate of big company manufactured dog food that can make them ill -- or worse.
You can take a small step towards keeping us healthy and safe by serving up only the best dog food... food that is hand picked and served up with love...
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- How to choose the best dry dog food.
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