Tuffy’s Pet Food recalling 1,600 cases of dog food for elevated levels of vitamin D

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LANSING, Michigan (WILX) – Tuffy’s Pet Food is voluntarily recalling approximately 1,600 cases of dog food that have been distributed in the United States

The recall concerns the brand’s 12.5 ounce Pure Vita Salmon Entrée dog food. The company is concerned about possible elevated levels of vitamin D, which can cause health problems in dogs.

The recalled packages have either the batch number 0629101N1 with the best before date June 29, 2023 or the batch number 0901101N1 with the best before date September 1, 2023.

The company says the recall is being made out of caution and there have been no reports of health issues.

Experts say that too much vitamin D can cause kidney dysfunction in dogs. Customers can return the recalled packages to the store for a refund.

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