How Do I Find Out About Dog Food Recalls?

Recalls

What does a dog food recall involve?

If a dog food is recalled, either the company who manufactured the food or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have elected to remove the product from the market.

How do I find out about dog food recalls?

The FDA is a great resource for information about pet food recalls, and they keep a list of almost all pet food recalls.

What is Purina doing to ensure product safety?

At Purina, the safety of your dog’s food is our top priority. Our quality control procedures are some of the strictest in the entire dog food industry, and our highly-trained experts monitor the quality and safety of the dog foods we produce, from the first ingredients that arrive at our facilities to the final packaging.

Want to learn more about our commitment to safety? Click here to read more about the steps we take to monitor the quality and safety of your dog’s food.

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