Recently, numerous recalls have swept the nation. There is now another recall for two different brands of dog foods after a potentially deadly contamination was just discovered.
According to reports, the latest recall involves at least two types of raw dog food from OC Raw Dog that have been noted for possible contamination. Apparently New Jersey’s Department of Agriculture discovered listeria in a sample of the raw pet food product, and as a result, approximately 1,560 pounds of the brand’s chicken, fish and produce raw frozen canine formula have now been recalled.
There are currently four specific types of food being questioned:
3-pound Meaty Rox bags
4-pound Slider Bags
6.5-pound Doggie Dozen Patty Bags
7-pound Meaty Rox Bags
If you believe you have purchased any of these products you should not feed them to your dog! Instead, check the back lower left corner of the packaging for a sticker with lot No. 3652 and expiration date of Oct. 11, 2018. If it matches your food, throw it away and contact your local pet food supplier for a refund!
"Pets infected with Listeria will exhibit flu-like symptoms. Affected animals can experience lethargy, loss of appetite, fever, vomiting, poor coordination and diarrhea. If left untreated, the infection can lead to brain swelling, which is often fatal," reported People.
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