The dog food company is recalling some of its products that were sold in New York and New Jersey due to the potential for salmonella. The details were shared by the publication CBS New York.
On Friday November 13th, Albright's Raw Dog Food announced a voluntary recall of 67 boxes of Chicken Recipe for Dogs.
The food was sold as 2 lb (0,9 kg) frozen loaves with batch number C000185 and expiration date 19 May 2021.
The product sold from June 8 to August 27 in 10 states, including New York and New Jersey.
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So far, the company has received reports of only one animal case. Dogs infected with Salmonella may be lethargic and may have diarrhea, fever, vomiting, or abdominal pain.
Anyone who has bought the feed must return it and receive full compensation. Customers can call the company at 1-260-422-9440 from 8:00 am to 16:00 pm, Monday through Friday.