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The best way to check for pet treat recalls is to check with the United States Food and Drug Administration. It maintains a searchable current listing of all recalled pet foods and treats on its website, fda.gov. More »

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Oma’s Pride Purr Brand, Nutrisca, Pet International Inc. and Primal Pet Food have all experienced pet food recalls in 2015 as of April 2015. Salmonella contamination was the reason for all the recalled products with the ... More »

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CatChannel.com publishes current information about cat food recalls and alerts. This website has a list of pet food recalls with the date, recall reason, manufacturer response and a phone number or website that directs c... More »

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