Question: Has Iams Dog Food Ever Been Recalled?

Question: Has Iams Dog Food Ever Been Recalled?

Unfortunately, the opposite is true – Iams has been affected by quite a few recalls over the past decade or so, though half of them were for cat products rather than dog products.

In June 2010, the FDA issued a recall for Iams ProActive Health canned cat and kitten food due to low levels of thiamine.

Is Iams dog food on recall?

In 2011, Iams voluntarily recalled a small production of dry dog food because aflatoxin levels were shown to be above the acceptable limit. In 2010, some Iams cat food was recalled because of low levels of thiamine, as well as salmonella exposure. In 2007, Iams was part of the Menu Foods nationwide food recall.

What dog food has been recalled 2019?

After receiving a pet owner complaint about a dog with vitamin D toxicity that ate a Hill’s canned dog food, Hill’s Pet Nutrition notified the FDA on January 31, 2019, that it was recalling more than 20 types of canned dog food due to potentially toxic levels of vitamin D.

Is Iams a bad dog food?

Iams Dog Food

While chicken is the main source of protein for Iams, it also contains chicken by-product meal. It also includes corn meal and whole grain sorghum. Another potentially dangerous ingredient used in the formula is dried beat pulp. It’s used as a sugar filler and can cause weight gain.

Is Eukanuba dog food being discontinued?

I was told the vet clinic “cannot order anymore Iams Eukanuba diets. They’ve been told that the brand will be discontinued as of December 31st.” Mars Petcare purchased the North America Iams/Eukanuba Pet Food brands along with the Natura Pet Food brands from Procter & Gamble in April of 2014 for $2.9 billion.
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