It has been reported that there is a recall on Alpo canned dog food due to the presence of aflatoxins, which is a naturally occurring mold found in grains. The recall was initiated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and involves specific lots of Alpo canned dog food sold in the United States. Affected lots include those with “best by” dates between June 2020 and August 2020.
The presence of aflatoxins in Alpo canned dog food can cause serious health issues for pets, including liver damage and even death. The FDA recommends that pet owners should check their cans of Alpo canned dog food to see if it is part of the affected lots. If it is, they should stop feeding it to their pets immediately.
The FDA has advised pet owners who have purchased affected Alpo canned dog food to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. They also advise that pet owners should contact their veterinarian if their pet has eaten any of these products as they may require medical care.
Alpo has also recommended that customers contact them directly for further information about the recall or for assistance in obtaining a refund for affected products.
Yes, there is a recall on certain lots of Alpo canned dog food due to the presence of aflatoxins. Pet owners should check their cans to see if they are part of the affected lots, and if so, should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. They should also contact their veterinarian if their pet has eaten any of these products as they may require medical care.