DOG FOOD RECALLS

DOG FOOD RECALLS
The Recalls, Market Withdrawals & Safety Alerts are available on FDA’s website for three years before being archived. The list below provides information gathered from press releases and other public notices about certain recalls of FDA-regulated products. Not all recalls have press releases or are posted on this page. See Additional information about recalls for a more complete listing.
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  • Date
    Brand Name(s)
    Product Description
    Recall Reason Description
  • 11/14/2019
    Quest
    Beef Cat Food
    May be contaminated with Salmonella
  • 11/14/2019
    Quest
    Beef Cat Food
    May be contaminated with Salmonella
  • 11/13/2019
    Payback®
    Feeds for rabbit, turkey/pheasant, swine, waterfowl
    Excess Magnesium
  • 10/30/2019
    ICU Medical, Inc.
    Lactated Ringer's Injection, USP and 0.9% Sodium Chloride Injection, USP
    Due to the presence of particulate matter
  • 10/04/2019
    MoorMan’s®, ShowTec®
    Lamb Creep DC
    Product may contain high levels of copper
  • 09/24/2019
    TDBBS
    Pig ear pet treat
    Salmonella contamination
  • 09/23/2019
    Gramco
    Hog Grower Pellets
    Contains levels of vomitoxin (a mycotoxin)
  • 09/20/2019
    Ultralyx
    Ultralyx 24-16-5
    Elevated levels of non-protein nitrogen (NPN).
  • 09/12/2019
    KRS Global Biotechnology
    Animal Sterile Drug Products
    Lack of sterility assurance
  • 09/06/2019
    Hospira Inc.
    Bacteriostatic Water for Injection
    Potential Lack of Sterility Assurance
  • 09/03/2019
    Berkley & Jensen
    Pig Ears
    Potential to be contaminated with Salmonella
  • 08/27/2019
    Brutus & Barnaby
    Pig ears
    Potential to be contaminated with Salmonella
  • 08/22/2019
    Dechra Veterinary Products
    Veterinary ophthalmic drug products
    Due to concerns of QA controls in the manufacturing facility
  • 08/16/2019
    Chef Toby
    Pig ears
    Potential to be contaminated with Salmonella
  • 08/15/2019
    Texas Tripe
    Raw frozen pet food
    Potential to be contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes
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