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Loving Pets, Whole Hearted dog treats recalled for Salmonella

Dogs and their owners are at risk of contracting Salmonella infections from eating and handling treats sold under the Loving Pets and Whole Hearted brands, according to a recall notice posted Wednesday by the FDA. Loving Pets of Cranbury, NJ, initiated the recall after routine food safety testing revealed Salmonella contamination of an ingredient from a… Continue Reading

Salix Expands Recall of Dog Treats for Potential Salmonella Contamination

Salix Animal Health LLC of Deerfield, FL, has expanded its recall of “Good ‘n’ Fun – Beefhide Chicken Sticks” because the product may be contaminated with Salmonella. Sampling conducted by the Georgia Department of Agriculture confirmed the presence of Salmonella in an additional lot of this product. In an abundance of caution, Salix Animal Health is expanding… Continue Reading

Wisconsin Firm Recalls Raw Pet Treats for Listeria Contamination

Carnivore Meat Company of Green Bay, WI, has recalled two limited batches of Vital Essentials Frozen Beef Tripe Patties and Frozen Beef Tripe Nibblets after the product tested positive for Listeria. No other product manufactured by Carnivore is involved in this recall. The lots involved are: Vital Essentials Frozen Beef Tripe Patties, UPC 33211 00809, Lot #… Continue Reading

Colorado Company Recalls Small Amount of Dog Treats for Salmonella Risk

Boulder Dog Food Company LLC of Boulder, CO, is recalling its Chicken Sprinkles (3 oz.) with a “Best By” date of “05/04/16”, a Lot Number of “998”, and a UPC Code of 899883001231 because it has the potential of being contaminated with Salmonella. The product is in a clear poly bag, and the UPC Code is located in… Continue Reading

Pet International Recalls Dog Treats Due to Salmonella Risk

Pet International of Miami, FL, is recalling 1,500 units of 6” Beef Trachea Pet Treat because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. Salmonella can affect animals (e.g., dogs) eating the products, and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having… Continue Reading