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Premium Edge, Diamond Naturals and 4health Dry Cat Food Formulas Voluntarily Recalled

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  1. […] Diamond Pet food limited dry cat food recall, low levels of thiamine Brands affected: Premium Edge Finicky Adult Cat Formula dry cat food, Premium Edge Senior Cat Hairball Management Formula dry cat food,Premium Edge Kitten Formula dry cat food, Diamond Naturals Kitten Formula dry cat food and 4health All Life Stages Cat Formula dry cat food. complete details here:…se-3.10.13.pdf my source: Premium Edge, Diamond Naturals and 4health Dry Cat Food Formulas Voluntarily Recalled […]

  2. Bonnie

    Diamond really should just go out of business- they constantly have one issue or another that kills and Maims our animals.

    1. sarah

      Thank you Diamond Naturals for issuing recalls when there is something wrong with your products. It is disturbing that there have been so many complaints against Blue Diamond (300 complaints) and Nutro (1300 complaints) without ANY recall or warning to their customers; as well as jerky treats (300+ complaints) made in China, still no recall on those deadly products! I always try to listen to my pets if there is something wrong with their food because I can trust their behavior more than I can trust ANY dog food companies. My dogs have never had a problem with Diamond Naturals, however I am on the west coast where there have been no recalls from your California plant.

      1. Concerned

        Sarah, Just because it’s on the Internet doesn’t mean it’s true. The testing of products needs to be done before the product ever leaves the manufacturer’s facility, not after it is consumers’ hands. It’s good that Diamond caught their mistake, but if adequate testing was done before shipping it out, pets wouldn’t have been at risk. Look at the expiration dates on the recalled products. This food was made months ago. Why did it take so long to find out there was an issue? Makes one wonder how many things have never been caught and consumers have fed the foods to their pets.

  3. Peter

    Given what we know about Diamond, the assertion that “At Diamond Pet Foods, we have a process where we continuously test our products…” does not resonate with any sense of truth.

  4. Concerned

    If “we continuously test our products” could just happen BEFORE the product is shipped out to consumers, there would be a lot less heartache for both the consumers and Diamond. Great that they did discover there was an issue, but please Diamond, practice better quality control.

  5. Caroline Snyder

    In humans, it takes several months of zero intake to produce these same deficiency symptoms. It also emphasisies the importance of feeding your pets from several sources rather than being a cheapskate and just buying one large “economy” bag of one dried product. ie buying wet AND dry food of different varieties, together with some raw feeding (my kitties will eat chicken necks for example) is way better than “mono-feeding”. A nutritional deficiency or excess will be countered by feeding several food types over, say, a two month period.

    I do give this company points for recalling foods when it sees a problem. More than can be said for the purveyors of these toxic jerky treats!

  6. Ellie

    How on earth would anyone know that their animal was suffering from a vitamin deficiency? The effects of something like that would not show up for quite a while and of course the vet would think that is not the issue since the animal is eating a “balanced diet of kibble.” Pet owners are at the mercy of these pet food companies. Who knows if they are telling the truth or not? No one is really watching to make sure!

  7. Michael

    I just switched to 4 health two months ago …and my loving cat Daisy girl died a month after that …which she was only 3 years and 7 months old …..don’t know what caused it ….very very sad ……cry a lot theses days …..I wonder if it was the cat food ….she would purr everytime i would feed her the old cat food and she stopped doing that after I switched brands ….makes me wonder …….and now I have bought two bags from tractor supply and they smell sour ….cats don’t want to eat it

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