The Northwest Farm Food Cooperative has issued a recall on its frozen raw cat food due to Salmonella poisoning. Although this recall isn’t for dog food, we know that some pups happily help themselves to their feline roommate’s noms. If this food is in your home, it could pose a danger to every member of your family.
This recall affects a small group of products sold from Northwest Farm Food Cooperative’s facility at 1370 S. Anacortes Street in Burlington, Washington.
These products were sold in 50 pound blocks and cases of six 10 pound chubs. They have the product code Jul12015B. There is no UPC code.
Animals affected by Salmonella can have diarrhea, vomiting and/or fever, as well as lethargy. Contact your veterinarian if your dog has consumed this product and has any of these symptoms.
This is the sixth pet food company to recall products due to potential Salmonella or Listeria contamination. Other companies include Stella and Chewy’s, Nature’s Variety, The Carnivore Meat Company, Bravo Pet Foods and The Natural Dog Company. You can learn more about those recalls here.
For more information on the Northwest Farm Food Cooperative recall, visit the FDA’s website.