- Several brands of dog food recalled over toxic levels of vitamin D, FDA says
- Some dog food has toxic levels of vitamin D, FDA warns
Several brands of dog food recalled over toxic levels of vitamin D, FDA says
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Several popular brands of dog food have up to 70 times the safe levels of vitamin D and could kill dogs who eat them, the Food and Drug Administration warned Monday. The makers of at least 11 different labels or brands of dog food are recalling their products and people need to check before feeding any dry food to their dogs, the FDA said. Vitamin D at toxic levels can cause kidney failure and death. Pet owners whose dogs have been eating the recalled brands and are showing these symptoms should contact their veterinarians. All the brands buy their products from the same manufacturer. The affected products, which include grain-free, chicken, lamb, rice and other flavors, come in various sizes.
Some dog food has toxic levels of vitamin D, FDA warns