If you own any of these 10 dog food brands make sure to throw them out immediately!
Recently the FDA has bought a lot of attention around a random sampling of many of the most popular dog food brands that resulted in major recalls.
Many of these random samples showed high levels of molds, tokens, and even salmonella.
Just to be clear, there are no pet food products that have required premarket approval by the FDA. However, there are regulations that pet food must be produced in sanitary conditions, contain no harmful substances, and be truthfully labeled.
The FDA recently brought attention to a voluntary dog food recall that involves multiple popular brands, all of which have been recalled after random testing revealed unacceptably high levels of a risk toxin.
We will be updating the list with many others, so please make sure to do your own research as well on your specific brands.. But here are some of the 10 recent recalled dog foods.
Family pet is one of the Sunshine associations. It potentially has too much aflatoxin that can be harmful to pets, even it might lead to death if it is consumed in large quantities.
This product just recently recalled! FDA reports to recalled Family pet in September 2020
Heartland is also under Sunshine association just like family pet. It also potentially has too much aflatoxin that can be harmful to pets, even it might lead to death if it is consumed in large quantities.
This product was recalled at the same time with Family pet, it was in September 2020.
Not only under the same association with Sunshine Mills, Paws Happy Life, Family Pet, and Heartland Farms recalled in the same month, September 2020, due to the discovery of the potential elevated levels of aflatoxin.
Natures Menu product was recalled in August 2020, due the discovery of the potential of salmonella contamination.
Even though there were no reports caused by this product, after runned research about it, this product positively contains salmonella.
Icelandic+ recalled this year, on march 2020 to be exact. According to the FDA, this was recalled due to Clostridium botulinum that can be found in fish that are larger than 5 inches.
This toxin can cause many diseases including death.