Dog Food Recall: Freshpet Voluntarily Recalls Food Due To Possible Salmonella Contamination

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The Freshpet brand’s “Select Fresh From the Kitchen Home cooked Chicken Recipe” is the latest dog food to be recalled due to potential salmonella contamination.

The Freshpet food comes in 4.5 pounds bags, and a number of Walmart and Target stores around the country carry it.

Salmonella can make both dogs and humans sick, so read on to check whether you might have purchased a contaminated bag of pet food.

You can work out whether you might have purchased a bag of contaminated pet food by looking for a sell-by date of 10/29/22 and a retail UPC code of 627975011673. You can find these numbers and information on the bottom of the bags of food.

The potentially contaminated bags of pet food are stocked by Walmart stores in the following states:

Target stores in the following locations might also stock the recalled bags of food:

At the time of writing, Freshpet claims that no dogs have actually fallen ill after eating food from this batch.

Even if your own dog hasn’t been eating Freshpet foods, you should still know the signs and symptoms of salmonella. Here are some basics:

Have you purchased any of the recalled Freshpet foods? Will you help spread the word about this recall to help other pets stay safe? Let us know in the comments below.

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