Consumers should keep a close eye on pet food manufacturers and retailers who may be under the microscope, according to a new guide published by Pet Nutrition Network, a pet food advocacy group.
Pet Nutrition network has published a list of pet food recalls it says are linked to ingredients in dog food, with more being added every day.
Consumers should check with their pet food companies for a list or recall, according the guide.
The company says it is working to identify other pet food ingredients that have been linked to outbreaks.
The new guidelines say manufacturers and suppliers of pet foods should be aware of the following potential pet food recall risks: The ingredients in pet food may contain allergens.
For example, pet food made with wheat flour, which is commonly found in pet foods, may contain wheat germ and cornstarch, according in the guidelines.
Pets should not eat foods that have a recall label.
For more information on pet foods and recalls, visit the Pet Nutrition website.
Pet Nutrition Network has published an updated list of recalls linked to dog food ingredients.
The list includes pet food and feed made by the Pet Food Association, which represents companies like Wal-Mart, Kroger and Target.
The Pet Food Industry Association said in a statement it is monitoring the Pet Health Recall Report.
In response to the Pet Safety Alliance and Pet Nutrition Group’s report, Pet Nutrition said it had been conducting a comprehensive investigation of recalls since March.
The group said in an email that its work was focused on the safety of pet owners and pets and that the Pet Nutritional Recall Report is only an indication of recalls that have occurred in pet health care facilities.
Pet Nutrition said the company is taking the report seriously and has started working with the FDA to investigate recalls.
The Pet Nutrition Guide, which has been updated in 2018, does not include the results of the PetHealth recall.
The watchdog group has reported more than 3,600 pet recalls over the past 10 years.