— Hill’s Pet Nutrition voluntary recalls 62 bags of food sent to three states last month.
— The voluntary recall by Pet Center Inc. covers treats sold in four states.
— Seven products in the company’s raw food line are being recalled over concerns about Listeria.
— The "all natural" effort hits a roadblock.
— Heads-up, dog people: The treats contain residue of an antibiotic that's not approved for use in the United States.
— Once again, products from the brands Innova, EVO, California Natural, Healthwaise, Karma, and Mother Nature are pulled from shelves.
— A brand is added to an expanded list of California Natural, Healthwise, Evo, and Innova products.
— Salmonella fears affect dry food under the labels California Natural, Healthwise, Evo, and Innova.
— The Minnesota Department of Agriculture detects salmonella in a batch of the product.
— The move is not related to the ongoing jerky-treat scandal. Milo's Kitchen also recalls jerky treats.
— The dog-treat manufacturer recalls its bully stick chews nationwide.
— In unrelated recalls, Wellness and Charlee Bear both take products off store shelves over Salmonella fears.
— The recall now includes pig ears and dog treats. Also recalled is Yoghund peanut-butter frozen yogurt for dogs.
— One batch of AvoDerm is pulled off the market over Salmonella fears. Also, three manufacturers recall thyroid meds.
— Diamond Pet Foods announced on Friday yet another expansion of the Salmonella-related voluntary recalls of some varieties of its pet food.
— Diamond Pet Foods expands its voluntary recall after salmonella found in Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul Adult Light formula dry dog food -- racking up two recalls within a single month.
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