Hill’s Pet Nutrition (a Colgate-Palmolive company) recently EXPANDED its recall of canned dog food that may contain toxic levels of vitamin D, which can be fatal for dogs who eat them, the Food and Drug Administration said according to FOX31 DENVER.
“The recall was expanded after the FDA requested that Hill’s test samples of foods it had produced that were not part of the original recall,” the FDA wrote on its website.
VIEW full list of Hill’s recalled products.
- FDA Alerts Pet Owners and Veterinarians About Potentially Toxic Levels of Vitamin D in 33 Varieties of Hill’s Canned Dog Food in Expanded Recall (3.21.19)
- Veterinarians Want Transparency From Hill’s About Vitamin D Recall – VIN NEWS SERVICE (3.15.19)
- Hill’s Aims To Repair Reputation Amid Vitamin D-Related Recall – VIN NEWS SERVICE (2.15.19)