Wellness Announces Voluntary Recall of Small Breed Adult Health Dry Dog Food

WellPet LLC has announced a voluntary withdrawal of certain bags of Wellness Small Breed Adult Health Dry dog food. This recall is due to higher than normal moisture levels, which runs the risk of growing mold.

The following notice was posted by Wellness Natural Pet Foods’ Facebook page. It contains the information you’ll need to check if you feed your dog this food. Please check your label carefully to see if you’re affected by this recall.

At Wellness, your complete satisfaction is always our top priority. Only the best tasting, most nutritious food will do for our furry family members. With that in mind we want to let you know that we have discovered that a small amount of our 12lb Small Breed Adult Health Dry Dog Food with the “Best By” date of August 18, 2013 did not meet our high standards. A small batch of the product with this specific date code was found to be higher in moisture than our recipe calls for. High moisture may cause food to mold before its expiration date, but poses no health risk.

We want you and your pet to be completely satisfied, so we are asking those who may have this limited supply of food to contact us for a replacement. No other dates, bag sizes or recipes are affected. Thanks for your support of Wellness, and we apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions, please call us at 1-800-225-0904. We’ll be open at 8am eastern on Wednesday morning.


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