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Date Brand Name Product Description Reason/ Problem Company Details / Photo Recall Type
01/30/2015 Big Bark   Beef Jerky Treats   Salmonella Grill-Phoria LLC Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 69, 220, 183, 495
01/23/2015 Cox Veterinary Laboratory   Gastroade Xtra   Unapproved new animal drug Cox Veterinary Laboratory, Inc. Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 183, 495
01/20/2015 J.J. Fuds   Pet food, Chicken Tender Chunks   Listeria monocytogenes J.J. Fuds, Inc. Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 69, 183, 495
01/16/2015 Oma's Purr   Cat food   Salmonella Oma's Pride Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 183, 495, 69
12/31/2014 Jump Your Bones   Pet treats   Salmonella Jump Your Bones, Inc. Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 69, 495, 183
12/24/2014 Barkworthies   Chicken Vittles dog chews   Salmonella Barkworthies Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 495, 183
12/12/2014 Gastrotec   Combination of Omeprazole and Misoprostol in a paste   Not approved for use as an animal drug Tristar Equine Marketing, LLC. Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 183, 495, 208
12/10/2014 Burkmann Feeds   Poultry feed   Contaminated with Monensin Sodium Burkmann Feeds Select to View Firm Press Release Select to View Image of Product Label 454, 69, 495, 183

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