Pet Food Recall
Help save pets
The National Pet Foundation has raised over $452,000 for animal assistance in the hurricane affected areas between 2005-2006. In regards to "lost pets" from the hurricane, approximately 87% of the pets housed by the National Pet Foundation's facilities have been reacquainted with their
owners. An additional 11% have been given for adoption to loving families.
The pet food recall has expanded every day throughout the last few weeks. The FDA is currently monitoring all pet foods that may be tainted. If you would like to get an update in your email as soon as new information is out Click Here.
We will notify you as soon as new brands are reported in the recall. Latest news:
Nov 14th - Pet Edge Toothpaste (more info)
Oct 4th - Hartz Vitamins with Salmonella (more info)
Sept 19th - Bravo Food Salmonella fears (more info)
Sept 14th - Jerky Treats bring new threats (more info)
August 22 - Various products recalled (more info)
July 21st - Natural Balance Recalls
June 6th - Ol'Roy has Salmonella
May 17th - Recall of "Lick Your Chops"
May 12th - Royal Canin adds 15 items
May 11th - Natural Ultramix recalled
May 4th - SmartPak extends recall
May 3rd - Over 200 items recalled by MenuFoods
April 30th - Sierra Products/Harmony Farms listed
April 27th - Natural Balance recalled
April 27th - Chenango Valley Foods on list
April 27th - Diamond Pet Foods added
April 26th - American Nutrition and Blue Buffalo added
April 26th - SmartPak Canine Recalled
April 19th - Blue Buffalo and Royal Canin added
April 18th - Wilbur-Ellis makes recall
April 17th - Natural Balance, Natural Life, and more
April 12th - Science Diet extends list
April 10th - Menu Foods Recalls 9 more brands
April 5th - Over 15 brands add more products
April 2nd - Dingo recalled
March 31st - Del Monte Dog treats added
March 30th - Alpo pet food recalled
New updates are coming out every day. Subscribe to the "Recall Email Update List" to get additional recall information within the hour it is reported.
We at the National Pet Foundation seek to better the lives of animals, primarily in a domestic setting. In doing so, we not only promote the well being of the animal kingdom, but the well-being of mankind, as well. We accomplish this through knowledge, education, and resources to improve the quality of life of most domesticated animals. Our
goal is not to instigate an extremist division of animal and man, but to promote a co-dependence and mutual respect of all living things within the circle of nature and life.
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