Diamond Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling Diamond Naturals Lamb Meal & Rice. This is being done as a precautionary measure, as the product has the potential to be contaminated with salmonella. No illnesses have been reported and no other Diamond manufactured products are affected.
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Hartz Mountain Corporation is recalling 7,056 one-ounce containers of fish food from four specific lots because they may be contaminated with Salmonella, after a random sample testing conducted by the company detected Salmonella in lots of 1 oz. Wardley Advanced Nutrition Perfect Protein Tropical Flake Fish Food.
Nestle Purina PetCare Company is voluntarily recalling a limited number of 3.5- and 7-pound bags of its Purina ONE Vibrant Maturity 7+ Dry Cat Food from a single production run and shipped to customers in 12 states in December 2010. Some bags of the product have been found to be contaminated with Salmonella. Only Purina ONE Vibrant Maturity 7+ Dry Cat Food with both the “Best By” date and the production code shown are included in this voluntary recall.
Bravo! is voluntarily recalling select boxes of Bravo! Pig Ears Chews because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The products affected by this recall includes only Bravo! 50-count bulk Oven-Roasted Pig Ears Product Code: 75-121 Lot #12-06-10.
Primal Pet Foods has initiated a voluntary recall of their Feline Chicken & Salmon Formula with a “Best By” date code of 043112-17 because this product may be contaminated with Salmonella. The only product affected is limited to Feline Chicken & Salmon Formula with a “Best By” date code of 043112-17. No other Primal Pet Foods products are affected.
Boss Pet Products, Inc. announced that it is recalling its Diggers Natural Treat Pig Ear pet treats because the products have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. Boss Pet has been notified by one of its suppliers, Keys Manufacturing Company, Inc., that a batch of Keys’ pig ear treats tested positive for Salmonella.
WASHINGTON (AP) — An Illinois company is recalling pet chews made of pig’s ears because they could be contaminated with salmonella.
One illness, to a dog in Missouri, has been linked to the chews, called Pig Ears for Pet Treats. The product is being recalled by the Keys Manufacturing Co. Inc. of Paris, Ill.
Cincinnati-based United Pet Group has issued a voluntary recall of approximately 1.2 million Marineland aquarium heaters because of fire and laceration hazards.
Qualitest Pharmaceuticals has issued a voluntary recall of human Phenobarbital tablets sometimes used by DVMs as an extralabel use for treating seizures. The tablets are actually another drug, mislabeled as Phenobarbital, according to the FDA.
The pharmaceutical company issued the recall on Feb. 5 for several lots of Phenobarbital, and Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen tablets because of a label mix-up between the two drugs. Some of the Phenobarbital tablets were incorrectly labeled as Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen. Three cases of adverse effects in dogs have already been reported.
The affected lots were distributed nationwide to retail and wholesale pharmacies between Sept. 21 and Dec. 29, 2010 and include:
- Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets, USP 10mg / 500mg, NDC 0603-3888-20, 60 count, Lot Numbers T150G10B, T120J10E and T023M10A; and
- Phenobarbital Tablets, USP 32.4 mg, NDC 0603-5166-32, 1000 count, Lot Numbers T150G10B, T120J10E and T023M10A.
Veterinarians who purchased the affected lots should contact Qualitest at (800) 444-4011 for reimbursement.
Jones Natural Chews Co. has announced a recall of 2,705 boxes of pig ears, citing possible Salmonella contamination.
The pig ears were distributed in Connecticut, Iowa, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maine, Missouri, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wisconsin between Sept. 15 and Nov. 2, 2010.