Recalled Catfood and Dogfood List of Brands

This page is in regard to the recalled cat food and dog food products from Menu Foods due to problem with kidney failure in pets. For information about the Greenies Recall click here, and for information about the Diamond Pet Food Aflatoxin Recall click here.

NEW UPDATES!!! Click for Full List of Dog Food Recalls as of April 19th.
NEW UPDATES!!! Click for Full List of Cat Food Recalls as of April 19th.

A List of the Brands of Dog and Cat Pet Food Recalled by Menu Foods

NOTE: Added as of April 3rd:
Del Monte, Nestle Purina PetCare Company, and Hill’s Pet Nutrition
Because the Hill’s Pet Nutrition includes a dry prescription dogfood product, pet owners are advised not to trust ANY mass produced pet food product, wet or dry. There are recipes online for making your own dogfood from human-grade food products. We suggest you take this route.


Recalled Dog Food Brands Recalled Cat Food Brands
  1. Americas Choice, Preferred Pets
  2. Authority
  3. Award
  4. Best Choice
  5. Big Bet
  6. Big Red
  7. Bloom
  8. Wegmans Bruiser
  9. Cadillac
  10. Companion
  11. Demoulas Market Basket
  12. Eukanuba
  13. Food Lion
  14. Giant Companion
  15. Great Choice
  16. Hannaford
  17. Hill Country Fare
  18. Hy-Vee
  19. Iams
  20. Laura Lynn
  21. Loving Meals
  22. Meijers Main Choice
  23. Mighty Dog Pouch
  24. Mixables
  25. Nutriplan
  26. Nutro Max
  27. Nutro Natural Choice
  28. Nutro Ultra
  29. Nutro
  30. Ol’Roy Canada
  31. Ol’Roy US
  32. Paws
  33. Pet Essentials
  34. Pet Pride – Good n Meaty
  35. Presidents Choice
  36. Price Chopper
  37. Priority Canada
  38. Priority US
  39. Publix
  40. Roche Brothers
  41. Save-A-Lot
  42. Schnucks
  43. Shep Dog
  44. Springsfield Prize
  45. Sprout
  46. Stater Brothers
  47. Stop & Shop Companion
  48. Tops Companion
  49. Weis Total Pet
  50. Western Family US
  51. White Rose
  52. Winn Dixie
  53. Your Pet

  1. Americas Choice, Preferred Pets
  2. Authority
  3. Best Choice
  4. Companion
  5. Compliments
  6. Demoulas Market Basket
  7. Eukanuba
  8. Fine Feline Cat
  9. Food Lion
  10. Foodtown
  11. Giant Companion
  12. Hannaford
  13. Hill Country Fare
  14. Hy-Vee
  15. Iams
  16. Laura Lynn
  17. Li’l Red
  18. Loving Meals
  19. Meijer’s Main Choice
  20. Nutriplan
  21. Nutro Max Gourmet Classics
  22. Nutro Natural Choice
  23. Paws
  24. Pet Pride
  25. Presidents Choice
  26. Price Chopper
  27. Priority US
  28. Save-A-Lot
  29. Schnucks
  30. Science Diet Feline Savory Cuts Cans
  31. Sophistacat
  32. Special Kitty Canada
  33. Special Kitty US
  34. Springfield Prize
  35. Sprout
  36. Stop & Shop Companion
  37. Tops Companion
  38. Wegmans
  39. Weis Total Pet
  40. Western Family US
  41. White Rose
  42. Winn Dixie

US Recall News does not maintain a complete list of catfood or dogfood recalls. The list of recalled wet and/or canned pet food products on this page may not be comprehensive. Consumers and pet owners are advised to contact at 1-866-895-2708 for more information about specific dog food recalls or cat food recalls. This list was compiled from the recalled dog and cat food list at the Menu Foods website. Clicking on the link to each brand will take you to Menu foods, where you can obtain more information about specific batch numbers and date ranges for this major pet food recall.

Pet owners may consider taking legal action if their dog or cat was harmed due to one of these brands of recalled pet food products. This page may contain advertisements to personal injury lawyers who handle pet cases.

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Everett Sizemore is the owner and Editor of US Recall News: http://www.usrecallnews.com. He is dedicated to educating people about consumer safety, social activism and corporate responsibility by bringing information to Americans about the products they use every day.

There are 8 comments. Add yours.

  1. Anonymous

    Beavis, my beautiful cat, just died from kidney failure. I have 4 other cats and they are not eating like they used to. I feel that the food I have fed them is responsible for Beavis’ death. Does anyone feel as I do that this might have been on purpose since animals are so badly treated in China. They have even killed dogs for the fur they put on clothing that is shipped to America. I hope I am wrong about this but it makes me wonder. I also wonder if this is a test run for other poisonings later.

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  2. Anonymous

    Just a quick response to the introduction – unfortunately, poison does apparently end up in baby food on occasion. In Colorado they are trying to track down infant formula that killed one child and left another with disabilities – a grief stricken mother pleas for information in a spot aired regulary for the last couple of weeks. Anyway – quick dog foof recipe I got once from a vet:
    (equal parts) ground beef rinsed and drained, brown rice, and low fat cottage cheese. Good luck to pet owners everywhere.

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  3. Anonymous

    My Lhasa Apso is currently very ill and we feed her Nutro Natural Choice Dry Dog Food,Lamb and Rice.
    I will not feed her dog food anymore, I’d rather feed her table scraps though I will prepare her meals as do I for my wife and I.

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  4. Anonymous

    This is so wide spread throughout so many brands my paraniod side has to wonder if this could be tarorist, testing the waters to attack our food supply. Our poor pets are the ginny pigs of what could be an even worse fate!!! God help us all if this is the case. God Bless everyone who has lost a beloved pet. Many people have you in their prayers!

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  5. Anonymous

    I am lucky so far that my cat is still healthy and I am deeply saddened to hear of so many precious pets that have been hurt by this. Now maybe some action will be taken to insure that our pets receive safe and healthy food. Pet food manufacturers must realize how important our pets are to us. For me. my cat is my best friend. I will do anything to be sure he is healthy. He is the other half of my life. We must push for action to insure that this kind of thing can never happen again. Our pets depend on us to take good care of them. They are the ones that make life worth living. Please keep the list of affected foods up to date.

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  6. Disgusted!!!!

    WHO IS BEING HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS MASS BLUNDER???? WHY AREN’T THESE PET FOODS UP TO STANDARD AND WHY ARE COMPANIES ALLOWED TO PUT GARBAGE AND FILTH INTO PET FOODS AND BE ALLOWED TO CALL IT “GOURMET” THUS FOOLING THE PUBLIC. MANY OF MY DOGS IN THE PAST HAVE DIED AS A RESULT OF MOUTH AND THROAT CANCERS. I WONDER WHY WHEN PET FOOD MANUFACTURERS ARE ALLOWED TO SELL US VILE GOO AND LABEL IT AS FOOD. ALL OF THIS IS ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING. I’LL NEVER BUY DOG OR CAT FOOD AGAIN. I’LL COOK FOOD FOR MY PETS. MAYBE THEN THEY CAN LIVE LONG AND HEALTHY LIVES. ALL OF YOU CAN KEEP YOUR TAINTED SO-CALLED FOODS AND EAT THEM YOURSELVES! BON APPETITE!!!!!!

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  7. Anonymous

    I had a cat that just recently died from kidney failure that was being fed a couple of these brands of food.

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