Solid Gold Recalls Two Batches Of Dog Food



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Solid Gold Recalls Two Batches of Dog FoodSolid Gold Recalls Two Batches of Dog Foodvet, veterinary news, dog food recall, solid gold recall, dog food, dog healthSolid Gold Health Products for Pets Inc. recalled two batches of dry dog food in another salmonella-related action.Solid Gold Health Products for Pets Inc. recalled two batches of dry dog food in another salmonella-related action.Posted: May 8, 2012, 8:30p.m. ESTnewsline, recallSolid Gold recalled one batch of Solid Gold WolfCub Large Breed Puppy Food and one batch of Solid Gold WolfKing Large Breed Adult Dog.
Solid Gold Recalls Two Batches of Dog Food
Solid Gold recalls dog food due to salmonella-related causes.
In another salmonella-related action, Solid Gold Health Products for Pets Inc. of El Cajon, Calif., recalled two batches of dry dog food that had been manufactured at Diamond Pet Foods’ facility in Gaston, S.C.

Solid Gold recalled one batch of Solid Gold WolfCub Large Breed Puppy Food and one batch of Solid Gold WolfKing Large Breed Adult Dog. Both batches feature a “best before” date of December 30, 2012, and an “X” in the 11th digit of the production code.

The recalled WolfCub food came in 4-pound (UPC 093766750005), 15-pound (UPC 093766750012) and 33-pound (UPC 093766750029) bags.

The recalled WolfKing food came in 4-pound (UPC 093766750050), 15-pound (UPC 093766750067) and 28.5-pound (UPC 093766750081) bags.

Other Solid Gold recipes, sizes and brands are not affected by the recall, the company reported.

The company urged pet owners with questions or seeking replacement product to call it at 800-364-4863, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. Pacific time.

Solid Gold recalled the products, which were distributed in the U.S. and Canada, because they had been made at the facility that had been linked to Salmonella contamination. <HOME>http://www.veterinarypracticenews.com/images/article-images/solid-gold-recall-225px.jpg6/15/2012 1:48 PM
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