Smartpak recall

SmartPak Canine Voluntarily Recalls LiveSmart Adult Lamb and Brown Rice Formula Contact:
Paal Gisholt 774 773-1100
800 461-8898

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Plymouth, MA – May 3, 2007 –On 5/02/07, SmartPak Canine executed a voluntary nationwide recall on all lots of LiveSmart Adult Lamb and Brown Rice food. This product tested positive for presence of melamine in a test received earlier in the day. Continue reading Smartpak recall

ASPCA, pet food recall list

The ASPCA is maintaining a list of daily updates for pet food recalls.
(For the “Menu foods” recall and for other contamination, e.g. (salmonella.)

May 2, 2007 Menu Foods update: more pet foods added to list:

AVMA site for recall updates: and articles on ‘what to do’ if your pet is affected.

The 102 foods recalled in Spring 2007 and their links:

Continue reading ASPCA, pet food recall list

FDA site for pet food recall

You can search at this link to the FDA for pet foods recalled.

You can search by any of the following, or a combination of them:

– Brand Name (Example: Americas Choice, Authority)
– UPC Code (Example: 54807-59114)
– Product Description (Example: SL Beef/Gravy 24×5.5oz)
– Container (Example: Pouch)
– Any combination of: container, brand name, description, size (Example: Pouch Menu Beef/Gravy 24×5.5oz)<

Food recall; Drs Foster & Smith update

Pet Food Recall Notice UpdatesFor Immediate Release: 4/26/07
Chenango Valley Press Release Contact Name: Dennis J. Bobita
Phone: (610) 821-0608Chenango Valley Pet Foods Issues Voluntarily Nationwide Recall of Certain Pet Foods

Chenango Valley Pet Foods is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and voluntarily recalling pet foods manufactured with a certain shipment of rice protein concentrate. The company was informed by Wilbur-Ellis that the rice protein concentrate shipped to Chenango Valley Pet Foods may be contaminated with melamine, Continue reading Food recall; Drs Foster & Smith update

Lab services ; possible answer to pet deaths

News Release: April 27, 2007

Lab Services Uncovers Possible Answer to Pet Deaths

Scientists at the University of Guelph have made a chemical discovery that may explain how pets in the United States and Canada were affected by chemical contaminants discovered in recently recalled pet food products. Continue reading Lab services ; possible answer to pet deaths