FDA Recall of Dog Food and Pet Treats to date for February, 2018
|Date||Brand Name||Product Description||Reason/ Problem||Company|
Potential Salmonella contamination
|Smokehouse Pet Products, Inc.|
|02/09/2018||Redbarn||Dog Chews||Potentially contaminated with Salmonella||Redbarn Pet Products|
|02/08/2018||Smokehouse||Dog treats||Potential Salmonella||Smokehouse Pet Products, Inc.|
|02/13/2018||ZooLogics and more||ZooLogics Duck with Vegetable Meals for Dogs, ZooLogics Chicken with Vegetable Meals for Dogs and more||Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes||Arrow Reliance Inc. dba Darwin’s Natural|
|02/08/2018||Raws for Paws||Ground turkey pet food||Potential Salmonella||Raws for Paws|
People who think their pets have become ill after consuming contaminated raw pet food should contact their veterinarians. Veterinarians who wish to have dogs tested for Salmonella may do so through the Vet-LIRN Network if the pet is from a household with a person infected with Salmonella.
The FDA encourages consumers to report complaints about this and other pet food products electronically through the Safety Reporting Portal or by calling their state’s FDA Consumer Complaint Coordinators.