— Two lots of the rawhide sticks sold at PetSmart are subject to the recall by JAKKS Pacific.
— The recall now affects 15-pound and 55-pound bags of dry dog food sold in seven states.
— The limited recall affects certain 15-pound bags sold in Dollar General Stores in four states.
— Bags of Hubbard Life, Joy Combo, and QC Plus for both dogs and cats are recalled by the company.
— Nearly 30 products are pulled from shelves by Procter and Gamble Co. for dogs as well as cats.
— The specialty food manufacturer pulls frozen products off store shelves along the East Coast.
— This recall now includes ALL dry foods by California Natural, EVO, Healthwise, Innova, and Karma.
— No illnesses have been reported, but dog owners should be on alert.
— However, the recall is not linked to the ongoing concern over Chinese-made jerky treats
— Claudia’s recalls two Hound Cakes; the FDA warns against Nature’s Deli Chicken Jerky Dog Treats.
— In unrelated recalls, Wellness and Charlee Bear both take products off store shelves over Salmonella fears.
— Nationwide recall affects bags of Oven Baked Biscuits with Real Chicken.
— Salmonella is found in the popular dog snack consisting of dried bull penises.
— One batch of AvoDerm is pulled off the market over Salmonella fears. Also, three manufacturers recall thyroid meds.
— Citing mold, the premium dog-food maker removes products from shelves.
— The recall train continues, as Nature's Variety voluntarily pulls Prairie kibble from store shelves.
— This year's pet-food recall roller-coaster just keeps on reeling -- now with a new canned-foods recall from Mars Petcare US.
— On the heels of an ever-growing Salmonella-related recall, Diamond Pet Foods now faces a lawsuit: the first of many?
— No dogs are sick yet, and we hope it stays that way, so check your labels!
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