Eukanuba: Has the Dog Food Brand Issued a Recall?

A German Shepherd with a dog food bowl, Eukanuba dog food has not faced a recall in 2024.
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Pet owners have grown increasingly vigilant about the quality and safety of the food they provide to their beloved companions. Among the myriad of dog food brands in the market, Eukanuba has garnered a loyal following. However, amidst concerns over pet food recalls, it is natural to wonder: Has Eukanuba, the renowned dog food brand, issued a recall in 2024?

We will explore the facts surrounding the issue to provide pet parents with clarity and assurance regarding the Eukanuba brand.

Has Eukanuba recalled its dog food in 2024?

Thankfully, Eukanuba isn’t among the pet food brands subject to recall in 2024. As of now, all Eukanuba products remain safe for your furry companion to consume.

Given that neither the company nor the FDA has issued any voluntary recall notices or official reports, pet owners can rest assured. Therefore, they can continue to feed their dogs their preferred Eukanuba products without concern.

However, we advise visiting the Food and Drug Administration website for updated information.

When was the last Eukanuba dog food recall?

Eukanuba dog food has faced a recall twice. The pet food brand’s then parent company, Procter and Gamble, issued a voluntary recall for certain Eukanuba dog food products in July 2010. This recall took place due to potential contamination with Salmonella bacteria.

Similarly, in August 2013, the company declared a voluntary recall of particular batches of Eukanuba dry food. Again, the cause was the potential risk of contamination with Salmonella.

As per the company’s statement, there were no reported cases of Salmonella-related illnesses linked to these specific product batches. The affected items were manufactured within a 10-day period at a single production facility. P&G’s routine testing revealed that certain products produced during this period carried the risk of Salmonella contamination.

Dogs infected with Salmonella may exhibit symptoms such as lethargy, diarrhea (potentially bloody), fever, and vomiting. Moreover, some may experience a reduced appetite and abdominal discomfort. So, if your furry friend has these symptoms, contact your vet immediately.

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