Dog Food Recalls
Most people view their dogs as cherished family members and will do all they can to keep them healthy and well. Choosing a reliable brand of dog food is key to helping a dog to thrive and stay in peak condition. You can read our detailed Brand Guide to find out more about different brands and make an informed choice about which is the best food for your dog.
Occasionally manufacturers experience quality issues with a particular batch, type or line of dog food. In this situation the affected brand will issue a product recall, advising customers to return or discard affected items. Recalls might be due to problems with the quality or quantity of a specific ingredient, or due to some kind of error or mistake in the manufacturing process. Pet food manufacturers tend to act quickly in the event of a necessary recall to minimize the risk to pets and to rectify the problem as soon as possible.
At DogFoodRatings.net we publish details of the latest recalls to make it easier for our visitors to hear about any recalls, so that you can be aware of any issues when buying your dog’s food and can make an informed decision to switch to a different brand if necessary.
May 2016 Blue Buffalo Dog Food Recall May 2016 – Blue Buffalo recalls a batch of Life Protection Formula Fish and Sweet Potato Recipe for Dogs. Dog food brand Blue Buffalo is recalling a single batch of its Life Protection Formula Fish and Sweet Potato Recipe for Dogs because of excessive moisture levels and potential… [ Continue Reading; ]
March 2016 Fromm Dog Food Recall March 2016 – Fromm Family Pet Food is recalling three types of Gold canned dog food. Wisconsin-based Fromm Family Pet Food has announced on its website a voluntary recall of 12oz cans of its new Gold Pates because the products “do not contain recommended levels of vitamins and minerals”… [ Continue Reading; ]
March 2016 Purina Dog Food Recall March 2016 – Purina issues a recall of wet dog food products. The pet food company Purina has recalled a number of wet dog food products because they “may not contain the recommended levels of added vitamins and minerals”. It is a voluntary recall as a precautionary measure. The… [ Continue Reading; ]