BREAKING NEWS: Leading Brand Issues Pet Food Recall

Breaking NEWS:  Just Released! National Pet Food Distributor has issued a recall due to the contamination of salmonella.

A salmonella infection may cause fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, bloody stools, lethargy and even death for your pet. Humans can also be at risk if they handle salmonella-contaminated products.

Darwin’s Natural Pet Products, of Tukwila, Washington is issuing a voluntary recall of some of their selections of dog food.  They believe there is a chance that some of their products are contaminated with salmonella.

Specific Products Recalled:

Natural Selections Turkey Meals for Dogs Net wt 2 lbs Lot #39937

Manufacture date 08/24/17

Natural Selections Duck Meals for Dogs Net wt 2 lbs Lot #40487

Manufacture date 09/29/17

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If you have these products, discard of them where pets can not get to them.

What Does A Voluntary Recall Of This Product Mean?

A voluntary recall is a precautionary measure taken to discard products due to the elevated levels of salmonella.  To be on the safe side, the company is suggesting that you safely throw the possibly affected products away.  Make sure to discard it where your pet can not get to it and eat it.  Make sure to wash your hands with hot soapy water if you have handled the product.

Gary Tashjina, the company’s president issued a statement that the company has not had any reports of human nor pet infections.  However, he is instating a voluntary recall out of “an abundance of caution.”

How To Get A Refund

Write down the lot number with the date and time of manufacture.  Also, write down the quantity and any remaining food that you had to throw away.  Then contact Darwin’s Natural Pet Products at [email protected] to claim your refund.

If your pet is showing signs of salmonella infection, contact your veterinarian immediately.

Pets with infections may be lethargic and have diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, fever, and vomiting.

Some pets will have only decreased appetite, fever, and abdominal pain.

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