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Check Your Cabinets! Pet Food Recall Because of Salmonella!

On December 10th, the FDA announced that Bravo has voluntarily recalled select varieties of raw food blends. In a routine test, the Colorado State Department of Agriculture discovered the Salmonella in a 2-pound container of Bravo Chicken Blend diet. Bravo is recalling three additional items that were manufactured on the same day in order to best protect pets.

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No pets have been reported ill as of yet, but if you feed your pet Bravo, check to see whether your product is recalled. If it is, you can return to the store you bought it at and submit the Bravo Recall Claim Form (the actual form comes after Bravo's letter and press release, on page 4).

The FDA reports that Salmonella can cause decreased appetite and abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and more. Pets can be infected and without apparent symptoms, and unintentionally transmit the disease to humans. If you think your pet has eaten recalled food, or is suffering from these symptoms, you should definitely contact your veterinarian.

Photo: FDA

Photo: FDA


Products being recalled:

Food: Bravo Blend Chicken diet for dogs and cats – chub

Size: 2 lb.(32oz.) chub

Use By Date: 11-13-16

Item number: 21-102

UPC: 829546211028

Food: Bravo Blend Chicken diet for dogs and cats – chub

Size: 5 lb. (90 oz.) chub

Use By Date: 11-13-16

Item number: 21-105

UPC: 829546211059

Food: Bravo Blend Turkey diet for dogs and cats – patties

Size: 5 lb. bag of 8 oz. patties

Use By Date: 11-13-16

Item number: 31-508

UPC: 8829546315085

Food: Bravo Balance Turkey diet for dogs – patties

Size: 3 lb. bag of 4 oz. patties

Use By Date: 11-13-16

Item number: 31-401

UPC: 829546314019

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Photo: FDA

Photo: FDA

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Nikki Burns lives quietly in Western Washington, enjoying the company of a delightful family, three rescued cats, good friends, persistent rain, and very tall trees.