Recall on Pet Treats
Several cat food and cat treat brands from Arthur Dogswell might contain an
Catswell Treat Recall
Catswell cat treats with a "Best Before" date of Jan. 28, 2015, are being
pulled from shelves.
Dogswell and Catswell jerky treats made with chicken or duck and bearing a
"Best Before" date of Jan. 28, 2015, or earlier are being withdrawn because
they may contain trace amounts of an antibiotic residue not approved for use
in the United States.
The dog and cat treats should not pose a health risk to pets or people,
according to the manufacturer, Los Angeles-based Arthur Dogswell LLC.
The company reported Friday that the New York State Department of
Agriculture and Markets discovered the antibiotic during routine product
sampling. The antibiotic is accepted for use in poultry in other parts of
the world, the company added.
The withdrawn dog and cat food products include Chicken Breast and Duck
Breast jerky under the Breathies, Happy Heart, Happy Hips, Mellow Mut, Shape
Up, Veggie Life, Vitality and Vitakitty brands. Chicken Breast and Duck
Breast jerky with a "Best Before" date of Jan. 29, 2015, and later are not
The date is stamped in black ink on the back of the package on the bottom
"We encourage our customers to reach out to us with any questions about this
withdrawal," said company spokesman Brad Armistead. "It is important for
consumers to know that all Dogswell and Catswell products remaining on the
market are safe for dogs and cats to consume and enjoy as directed.
"Since January, the company has been using state-of-the-art testing
procedures to ensure that our chicken and duck products do not contain these
unapproved antibiotics," Armistead added.
Dog and cat owners may request a refund by calling 888-559-8833 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Pacific time Monday through
Eukanuba and Iams Pet Food Recall for Salmonella
Procter & Gamble Co. has recalled several types of dry pet food because the
products may be contaminated with salmonella.
The company released a warning on Wednesday that one-tenth of 1 percent of
its annual production of dry pet food may be affected, including dry cat and
dog food sold under the Eukanuba and Iams brands.
Salmonella can affect animals eating the products as well as humans who
handle it, especially if they haven't washed their hands after coming in
contact with the contaminated product.
The recalled food was sent to retailers across the United States and
produced during a 10-day period at a single manufacturing plant. No other
dry pet food, canned wet food, treats or supplements have been affected.
Consumers who purchased one of the potentially contaminated products should
stop using it, throw it away and contact P&G at 800-208-0172, iams.com
Natura Pet Recalls Pet Food For Salmonella
Natura Pet is recalling several brands of pet food for possible contamination with Salmonella, the company announced today. The recall includes both dog and cat food sold under the brand names Innova, EVO, Healthwise and California Natural. To see complete list of recalled products go to
UPDATE APRIL 21, 2013
Recall has expanded to include all of the company's dry pet food and treat products with expiration dates through March 24, 2014. Karma brand products where also in the lastest recall. Go to the following website for full recall
Diggin' Your Dog Recalls Strippin' Chicks Pet Treats Distributed in Colorado and Nevada Due to Possible Salmonella Hazard
March 7, 2013- Diggin' Your Dog announced today that they are voluntarily withdrawing one lot of its Strippin' Chicks Pet Treats produced on 8-30-12 because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The sample was obtained in Colorado and the company has accounted for its distribution in Colorado of this lot.
The lot being voluntarily withdrawn is: Strippin' Chicks Pet Treats 5 oz Bag. Lot Code 250322 Use By Date: 2-23-14
For any questions or more information, contact Diggin' Your Dog by phone at 775-742-7295 Mon- Fri 8:30AM- 4:00PM or Email [email protected]
Nestle Purina PetCare Company to voluntarily withdraw Waggin' Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brand dog treat products
St. Louis, Missouri, January 9, 2013... Nestle Purina PetCare Company and its wholly owned subsidiary Waggin' Train, LLC today announced it is voluntarily withdrawing its Waggin' Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brand dog treats sold in the United States until further notice.
The Company is taking this action after leaning this week that the New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets found trace amounts of antibiotic residue in samples of Waggin' Train and Canyon Creek Ranch chicken jerky products. These antibiotics are approved for the use in poultry in China and other major countries, including European Union member states, but are not among those approved in the U.S. Antibiotics are commonly used globally, including in the United States, when raising animals for human consumptions. Waggin' Train and Caynon Creek Ranch products are safe to feed as directed. However, due to regulatory inconsistencies among countries, the presence of antibiotic residue is technically an adulteration in the Unites States. This finding does not pose a safety risk to pets.
Nestle Purina PetCare Office of Consumer Affairs at 1-800-982-0704
Media Contact: Keith Schopp at 314-982-2577