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Pet food recall!?

Pet food recall!? Topic: Pet food recall!?
June 26, 2019 / By Eve
Question: I know of the website www.menufoods.com which shows the list of recalled canned and pouched foods for dogs and cats. However, last night on the news the news people said that there is another recall of dog food and cat food, but this time it is dry food. But they didnt say which dry foods it was. Does anyone on here by chance know what dry foods are on the recalled list? I would like to let my friend know soon because I think that the food she feeds her kitties is one on the recall list. Thanks for you help in advance.
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Cody Cody | 6 days ago
Hills Science Diet formulated for diabetic cats is the dry food that is now on recall. The affected products: • Prescription Diet™ m/d™ Feline dry food, 4 pound bag, 52742 42770(all lot numbers) • Prescription Diet™ m/d™ Feline dry food, ten pound bag, 52742 42790(all lot numbers) The other food that was recently recalled is: Purina's recalled products include: 13.2-ounce and 22-ounce ALPO Prime Cuts cans and 6-, 8-, 12- and 24-can ALPO Prime Cuts Variety Packs. They have four-digit code dates of 7037 through 7053, followed by the plant code 1159. Those codes follow a ?Best Before Feb. 2009? date. This information should be checked on the bottom of the can or the top or side of the multi-pack cartons.
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Cody Originally Answered: Pet food recall!?
Hills Science Diet formulated for diabetic cats is the dry food that is now on recall. The affected products: • Prescription Diet™ m/d™ Feline dry food, 4 pound bag, 52742 42770(all lot numbers) • Prescription Diet™ m/d™ Feline dry food, ten pound bag, 52742 42790(all lot numbers) The other food that was recently recalled is: Purina's recalled products include: 13.2-ounce and 22-ounce ALPO Prime Cuts cans and 6-, 8-, 12- and 24-can ALPO Prime Cuts Variety Packs. They have four-digit code dates of 7037 through 7053, followed by the plant code 1159. Those codes follow a ?Best Before Feb. 2009? date. This information should be checked on the bottom of the can or the top or side of the multi-pack cartons.

Belphoebe Belphoebe
I know what it is. Pet nutrition Hills Prescription dietm/d feline dry cat food Science Diet. I am not sure which one because it just said Science Diet when I read the article. It did not say which one. If you need to find out what foods are good and find things that you can cook for you pet then go to hubpages.com. I have told other people about this and they were happy about this. Go check it out. .These are the foods that were pulled Voluntarly Alpo Prime cuts in gravey wet dog food with specific date codes and also Jerkey treats , gravey train, beef sticks pounce meaty morsels. . Purina does not send its cat food out of the US and they make it themselfs and I got a email about Purina and their dry food is ok.
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Adrianah Adrianah
Hills has voluntarily recalled MD wet and dry because it is the only food prescription food used by hills to containe wheat gluton.
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Terry Terry
I read today they were supposed to pull all brands of food made by the Nestle food company off the shelves. Melmane or something close to that name was being found in it.
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Terry Originally Answered: Moral Dilemma: What do I feed my dog? The food he likes but isn't that healthy, or the "good" food he hates.?
You could try some other healthy foods to see if there are some he would like. The reason most dogs like "unhealthy" foods is because the pet food companies spray grease on the outside to make them taste better. Yes, many of the dog foods are that bad. They include waste ingredients that can't be used in human food or ingredients from China or other places that have poor quality control. Some pets have died from pet foods that had tainted ingredients. For example, you can see on the FDA website how many times IAMs dog food has had recalls: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/ne... Don't give up on finding a healthy food that your dog will like. I had a very fussy dog who loved Flint River which is made in the US from with human-grade USDA inspected ingredients! They have never had any of their products recalled and the food is delivered directly from the company to the customer via UPS with free deliver. You might want to give it a try. The company website is: http://www.frrco.com/120820 They have samples you can order to try although they are a little hard to find on their website. To order samples click on "Order Now" and then click on "Distributor Supplies" to see the various packages of samples you can order. If none of those samples appeal to your dog, don't give up! You can get inexpensive or free samples of most of the healthier pet foods brands so I'm sure you can eventually find one that your dog likes.

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