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Several dog foods are recalled of possibly toxic levels of vitamin D



By: Kate Gibson | CBS News
March 21, 2019

Hill's Pet Nutrition expands its nationwide canned dog food recall with potentially toxic levels of vitamin D. It took action after saying that it had received "a limited number of pet disease complaints" related to additional products.

Enlargement is the result of the same vitamin blend received from a US supplier that caused its previous recall at the end of January, said Hills, a unit of Colgate-Palmolive. Hills' original recall involved 675,000 cases – or 13.5 million cans – and led to an unknown number of pet diseases and deaths.

"We believe that hundreds if not thousands of pets have died or become seriously ill due to eating Hills foods with toxic levels of vitamin D," Nyran Rose Rasche, a Chicago-based lawyer with Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel filed a class case against Hill last month.

Caitlin Gibson, a feature reporter at The Washington Post in early February, tweeted that her dog was dead after using Hills Prescription Food and had shown symptoms of D poisoning.


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