Mequon, Wisconsin-Fromm Family Foods has announced a voluntary recall of approximately 5,500 Fromm Shredded Can Starter dog foods due to a possible excess of vitamin D.
Dogs taking high levels of vitamin D may experience symptoms such as vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling, and weight loss. Vitamin D, when taken at very high levels, can cause serious health problems in dogs, including kidney dysfunction. Anyone whose dog exhibits any of these symptoms after eating the recalled food should contact a veterinarian.
The recalled dog food is distributed at nearby pet stores across the United States and is packaged in 12 ounces. A box with an “best before date” of 08/2024.
The products concerned are:
4-star pulled beef with sauce
Dog food, 12 boxes per case, 11877, UPC 7270511876, best before 082024
4-star pulled chicken with sauce starter
Dog food, 12 boxes per case, 11881, UPC 7270511880, best before 082024
4-star sliced pork on a starter in sauce
Dog food, 12 boxes per case, 11879, UPC 7270511878, best before 082024
4-star grated turkey on a starter in sauce
Dog food, 12 boxes per case, 11883, UPC 7270511882, preferably before 082024
No other product is affected by this recall. The manufacturers took additional steps to avoid the repeated mistakes that caused the recall.
Fromm Family Foods Recalls Dog Food Breeds That Have Been Shredded Due To Excess Vitamin D. Product Collection
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