Recall

Phenobarbital 15 mg Tablets, USP by C.O. Truxton: Recall – Labeling Error on Declared Strength

  |   Recall

C.O. Truxton, Inc. is voluntarily recalling a lot of Phenobarbital Tablets, USP, 15 mg to the consumer level. The manufacturer received a confirmed complaint that a bottle labeled as 15 mg had 30 mg phenobarbital tablets instead. The product is packaged in 1000 count bottles, NDC 0463-6160-10, UPC 7 0463616010 6, lot number 70952A, expiration date 11/17. Consumers/distributors/retailers that have recalled product should stop using the product and return their product to their place of purchase. For more information, see the...

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Updated FDA reports on jerky pet treats

  |   Recall, Uncategorized

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) updated its ongoing investigation into illness and death in pets from eating jerky treats. Reported cases continue to decline with 200 reports received between September 2015 and December 2015. From the beginning of the investigation in 2007 through December 2015, reports have involved 6,200 dogs and include 1,140 canine deaths associated with eating chicken, duck, or sweet potato jerky treats, most of which involve products imported from China. There were also reports of...

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Bravo Pet Foods recalls pet food due to salmonella concerns

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Bravo Pet Foods is recalling select lots of Bravo Chicken Blend diet for dogs and cats due to concerns of the possible presence of Salmonella. The recall was initiated after routine testing revealed the presence of Salmonella contamination in a single package of Bravo Chicken Blend diet for dogs & cats (2 lb. chub only) made on 11/13/14 with a best used by date of 11/13/16. Additional products are being recalled out of caution. For more information and additional lot numbers, visit Bravo’s...

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Raw pet treats recalled

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced today that raw pet treats manufactured by Carnivore Meat Company, LLC have been voluntarily recalled because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Healthy cats and dogs rarely become sick from Listeria monocytogenes. In humans, however, Listeria is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever,...

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