Dog Food Recalls 2022: What Dog Food Is On Recall Right Now? [UPDATED]

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Wondering what dog food has been recalled today? This is the most up-to-date dog food recall list.

If you have a dog, you know how important it is to ensure they’re eating healthy food. Unfortunately, even the most reputable brands can sometimes have issues with their products. That’s why staying up-to-date on the latest recalls is always essential.

We monitor the market daily and update our lists whenever a dog food brand is recalled.

Here’s a look at the current dog food recalls for 2022 and past recall info going back many years. Let’s dive right in!

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What Is Dog Food Recall?

Recalls are actions taken to remove its product (s) from the market because it is dangerous when consumed due to toxic ingredients, contamination, or other safety reasons. Recalls may be conducted on the pet brand’s own initiative, FDA request, or FDA order under statutory authority.

Dog Food Recall List

Throughout the years, Canine Bible has been compiling a list of U.S. dog food recalls. Could your pet food be on this list? We list recalls from the newest to the oldest. 

Dog Food Recall List 2022

The table below lists all 2022 dog food recalls.

For more information about each recall, please click on the links in the table below.

DateBrand Name (s)Product NameFDA Recall Reason Description
7/12/2022Stormberg Foods LLCBeg & Barker, Billo’s Best Friend, and Green Coast PetsRecall due to a potential contamination of Salmonella found by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA & CS)
7/06/2022Primal Dog FoodPrimal Patties for Dogs Beef FormulaPotential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes in a lot distributed in Maryland, Georgia, Texas, and British Columbia
6/17/2022FreshpetFreshpet Select Fresh Kitchen Home Cooked RecipeFreshpet is recalling bags of dog food sold by retailers in a dozen states and Puerto Rico due to potential salmonella contamination.
3/16/2022Bravo Packing IncRaw Pet Food
Pet food contaminated with Salmonella, grossly unsanitary conditions facilities and the failure to follow CGMP regulations for animal food.
02/18/2022Numerous brand namesMultiple products
Potential Salmonella contamination and presence of rodent activity at the distribution center
01/04/2022Pure BeingAdvent Calendars For Cats & DogsPotential choking hazard

Dog Food Recall List 2021

The table below lists all 2021 dog food recalls.

For more information about each recall, please click on the links in the table below.

DateBrand Name(s)Product NameFDA Recall Reason
12/23/2021Woody's Pet Food DeliRaw Cornish Hen With SuplementsPotential Salmonella
12/09/2021AldiAdvent Calendars For Cats & DogsPotential choking hazard
12/01/2021LivaOne and BioLifePetProbiotics For Dogs & CatsPseudomonas aeruginosa
10/12/2021Nutri SourcePure Vita Salmon Entrée Dog FoodElevated Levels of Vitamin D
10/01/2021Fromm Four-Star NutritionalsShredded Entrée Canned Dog FoodElevated levels of Vitamin D
08/26/2021Top Quality Dog Food.comBeef HVMPotential Salmonella & Listeria monocytogenes contamination
08/13/2021Simply NourishFrozen Dog FoodDue to elevated levels of Vitamin D
07/29/2021Triumph, Evolve, Nature Farms, Elm and othersReboned Chicken & Brown Rice RecipeElevated Levels of Aflatoxin
06/13/2021FreshpetSmall Dog Bite Size Beef & EggPotential for Salmonella
06/03/2021Sportsman’s Pride, Sprout Sporting, Intimidator, FRM Gold SelectDog Food ProductsSalmonella contamination
03/27/2021Multiple brandsDog & Cat FoodPotential Salmonella Contamination
03/16/2021Bravo Packing, Inc.Performance Dog, Beef, Green Tripe, & BoneDue to Potential Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes
03/03/2021Bravo Packing, Inc.Frozen Raw Pet FoodPotential for Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes
01/11/2021Sportmix, Nunn Better, ProPac, and OthersDog & Cat Pet FoodAflatoxin Levels Exceed Acceptable Levels

Dog Food Recall List 2020

The table below lists all 2020 dog food recalls.

For more information about each recall, please click on the links in the table below.

DateBrand Name(s)Product NameFDA Recall Reason
12/30/2020SportmixDog & Cat FoodElevated levels of aflatoxin
11/13/2020Albright’sRaw Dog Food Chicken Recipe For DogsPotential to be contaminated with Salmonella
10/08/2020Champ, Field Trial, Good Dog, and OthersPet FoodMay Contain Aflatoxin
09/22/2020Billy+Margot Wild Kangaroo and Superfoods RecipeDog Food RecipeSalmonella
09/02/2020Family Pet, Heartland Farms, Paws Happy LifeDog BiscuitsElevated levels of aflatoxin
08/24/2020Nature’s MenuFood With A Blend Of Real Chicken & QuailSalmonella
04/10/2020Redbarn, Chewy Louie, Dentley's, and Good Lovin'Dog FoodPotential to be contaminated with Salmonella
04/08/2020Milo’s KitchenDog TreatsElevated Levels of Thyroid Hormone
04/07/2020Natural Selections and ZooLogicsFresh Raw MealsDue To Contamination Salmonella And Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia Coli O128
04/07/2020K9 NaturalPet FoodPotential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes
04/06/2020OC Raw DogChicken, Fish, & Produce Dog FoodListeria
04/06/2020TRUDOGFreezed Dried Raw Beef TopperSalmonella
03/27/2020Castor & Pollux, MerrickBeef Dog Treat VarietiesIngredient Level
03/25/2020Dave’s Pet Food95% Premium Beef CansDue to Potentially Elevated Levels of Thyroid Hormone
03/23/2020G & C Raw, moreGround LambPotential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes
03/19/2020Performance DogFrozen Raw Pet FoodPotential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
03/19/2020Steve's Real Food, QuestPet FoodDue to Possible Salmonella and L. Mono Contamination
03/19/2020G & C Raw, Kim’s Special, Pat’s CatRaw FoodListeria
03/16/2020Evolve, Sportsman's Pride, and TriumphDry Dog FoodPotentially Elevated Levels of Vitamin D
03/16/2020NutriscaChicken & Chickpea DryDue to Elevated Levels of Vitamin D
03/16/2020Natural LifeChicken & Potato DryPotentially Elevated Levels of Vitamin D
03/16/2020OrlandoChicken & ChickpeaPotentially Elevated Levels of Vitamin D
03/11/2020AboundChicken & Brown Rice RecipePotentially Elevated Levels of Vitamin D
03/11/2020Columbia River Natural Pet FoodsFrozen Meat ProductPotential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes
03/11/2020Columbia River Natural Pet FoodsFresh Frozen MeatsDue to Possible Salmonella and L. Mono Contamination
03/11/2020AboundChicken & Brown Rice RecipePotentially Elevated Levels of Vitamin D


What to Do If Your Dog Food Is Recalled?

If your dog’s food has been recalled, stop feeding it immediately. You may be able to obtain a refund by returning the food to the store where it was purchased. Alternatively, please dispose of the food in a way that prevents other animals from accessing it.

Consult your veterinarian if your dog has already eaten the recalled food to determine what actions you should take. It’s best to consult your veterinarian as soon as possible, even if your dog shows no signs of being ill. Your vet can determine what action should be taken based on why the food was recalled.

You should file a complaint with the FDA if you believe your dog became ill or died after eating a recalled food product. Contact your state’s FDA consumer complaint coordinator for more information or file a report online.

Try finding a similar food to replace the recalled food, or ask your veterinarian for recommendations if you cannot feed your dog his usual diet. Dogs may experience dietary distress when their diet changes abruptly, so be thoughtful about your approach.

How To Prevent Dog Food Recall

The only way to avoid feeding recalled dog food to your dog is to be up to date with the latest dog food recall news.

Bookmark this page, subscribe or enable browser notification to receive the latest recall alert on dog food. Monitor the FDA website for updates and check the expiration date on your dog’s food before feeding it to them.

Share this information with your dog owner friends, and family so that everyone with dogs can stay safe and informed.


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