Simply Nourish Recalls Dog Food – Elevated levels of Vitamin D

Simply Nourish Recalls Dog Food – Elevated levels of Vitamin D

On August 13, 2021, Simply Nourish involuntarily recalls a total of 4 dog food brands but a total of 8 products due to elevated levels of Vitamin D.

On what contrary beliefs are, Vitamin D is very good for humans and pets alike. However, too much Vitamin D may result in Vitamin D poisoning, a condition that can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and intestinal pain.

The impacted products affect only the products mentioned below.

What is being Recalled?

Product NameNet WeightUPCBest by range
Simply Nourish Frozen Chicken & Veggies2lb7372579226211/10/2022-1/12/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Chicken & Veggies4.5lb7372579226411/10/2022-1/12/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Beef & Barley2lb7372579226611/10/2022-1/12/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Beef & Barley4.5lb7372579226711/10/2022-1/12/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Turkey & Sweet Potato2lb7372579226011/10/2022-1/12/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Turkey & Sweet Potato4.5lb7372579226311/10/2022-1/12/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Pork & Veggies2lb737257920798/26/2022-1/13/2023
Simply Nourish Frozen Pork & Veggies4.5lb737257920788/26/2022-1/13/2023

I urge you, please check your pet foods. Aflatoxin is transmittable into humans.

If you have brought one of the following pet food listed above. Please take actions appropriately. Do not risk your pet health.

Take them to the vet as soon as possible for a check up. The worse thing is to have underlying problems surface when it’s beyond redemption.

Currently, this is still an ongoing investigation and they may have more pet foods that may be recalled.

Fayie will keep you updated through our Complete List of Recall Pet Food

Otherwise, please follow FDA’s site for the official source of Pet Outbreaks information.

Currently as of date, no pet or human deaths has been reported.

Find below, if your package looks like this please contact your seller & disposable of it immediately.

What is Vitamin D Poisoning?

Vitamin D poisoning occurs when a dog’s body contains too much vitamin D because they’ve ingested substances that contain it, such as rodent poison or human supplements. If not treated quickly and correctly, the condition can be fatal. Vets recommend that dogs not be given vitamin D supplementation without consulting a vet first.

Vitamin D poisoning symptoms include

  • Increased thirst
  • Loss of appetite
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea (which can sometimes contain blood)
  • Increased urination
  • Weakness
  • Lethargy
  • Kidney failure
  • Death

If you experience these symptoms after having contact with this product or an animal that has eaten this product, you should contact your healthcare provider.

If your pet has consumed the recalled product and is experiencing these issues, please contact your veterinarian.

It is also possible for pets who may be infected with Vitamin D Poisoning, to be viewed as healthy with little to no symptoms.

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