Carnivora Dog Food Recall Alert: Frozen Raw Pet Food Contaminated October 19, 2021

Carnivora Dog Food Recall Alert: Frozen Raw Pet Food Contaminated

Dog Food Recall Alert Carnivora Frozen Raw Pet Food Contaminated

Carnivora Issues Dog Food Recall Alert

As of June 12, 2020, Carnivora has issued a voluntary recall for multiple types of their Fresh Frozen Patties for Dogs and Cats. The food is being recalled due to potential E. Coli contamination. If an individual handles an E. Coli-infected product, cross-contamination may lead to illness.

E. coli is a bacteria that can cause a serious, sometimes life-threatening illness. Though some people infected with E. coli do not get sick, they can still infect others.

Which Carnivora Products Are Under Recall?

The recalled products from Carnivora belong to their Fresh Frozen Patties line of foods for dogs and cats. The products were sold in 4-lb and 25-lb packages. The recall includes multiple types of patties.

To determine if your product is potentially contaminated, please see the complete list of affected foods below:

 

Product NameNet WeightUPCBest By Range
Carnivora Brand Whole Animal Chicken Dinner with Vegetables ‘n’ Fruit, Ultra Premium Fresh Frozen Patties for Dogs & Cats4 lb / 1820g bag68907662227113 01 20 / 006
15 02 20 / 042
20 01 20 / 006
20 02 20 / 042
Carnivora Brand Chicken Dinner with Vegetables ‘n’ Fruit25 lb / 11.36 kg Bulk Box6890766196773 01 20 / 006
15 02 20 / 042
20 01 20 / 006
20 02 20 / 042
Carnivora Brand Whole Animal Beef Dinner with Vegetables ‘n’ Fruit, Ultra Premium Fresh Frozen Patties for Dogs & Cats4 lb / 1820g Bag68907662237013 01 20 / 006
15 02 20 / 042
20 01 20 / 006
20 02 20 / 042
Carnivora Brand Beef Dinner with Vegetables ‘n’ Fruit25 lb / 11.36 kg Bulk Box68907662107613 01 20 / 006
15 02 20 / 042
20 01 20 / 006
20 02 20 / 042
Carnivora Brand Whole Animal Turkey Diet, Ultra Premium Fresh Frozen Patties for Dogs & Cats4 lb / 1820g Bag68907662397113 01 20 / 006
15 02 20 / 042
20 01 20 / 006
20 02 20 / 042
Carnivora Brand Turkey Diet25 lb / 11.36 kg Bulk Box68907662480013 01 20 / 006
15 02 20 / 042
20 01 20 / 006
20 02 20 / 042

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Why Was The Dog Food Recalled?

The Carnivora Frozen Patties were recalled due to potential contamination of E. Coli.

What Do I Do With The Food Now?

Due to potential E. Coli infections in dogs of any size and concern for human contraction, immediately stop feeding the recalled food to your dog. Please then return it to the original purchase location for a full refund.

What Do I Need To Know About E. Coli In Pets?

E. Coli in pets may come with various symptoms such as dehydration, depression, diarrhea, lack of appetite, rapid heart rate, weakness, and vomiting. If your pet is experiencing these symptoms after consuming the contaminated products, contact your veterinarian immediately.

If your animal has become infected but appears to be otherwise healthy, they can still be carriers of E. Coli. That means they can potentially infect other animals and humans they are around. So, you should always wash your hands after handling edible pet products such as food and treats to be safe.

How To Contact Carnivora

If consumers wish to contact the company with any questions or concerns, reach them at 1-888-665-0856 between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM CST, Monday – Friday. Or by email at carnivorarecall@carnivora.ca.

As a reminder, it is illegal to redistribute, sell or give away the tainted product. The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act provides strict guidelines that should be followed.

Canadians should report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.

This recall is also posted on the OECD Global Portal on the Product Recalls website. You can visit this site for more information on other international consumer product recalls.

For a list of dog food recall alerts, click here. 

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