Royal Canin recalls some dry foods

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Royal Canin recalls some dry foods

Post by The Porter Cat » Sun, 22 Apr 2007 06:14:27



April 19, 2007

Dear Royal Canin USA Customer,

It is with sincere regret that I inform you of a new and unfortunate
development with some of our pet food products.

Although we have no confirmed cases of illness in pets, we have decided to
voluntarily remove the following dry pet food products that contain rice
protein concentrate due to the presence of a melamine derivative.

ROYAL CANIN SENSIBLE CHOICE? (available in pet specialty stores nationwide)

- Chicken Meal & Rice Formula Senior
- Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Puppy
- Lamb Meal & Rice Formula ***
- Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Senior
- Rice & Catfish Meal Formula ***

ROYAL CANIN VETERINARY DIETT (available only in veterinary clinics)

- Canine Early Cardiac EC 22T
- Canine Skin Support SS21T
- Feline Hypoallergenic HP23T\

ALL PRODUCTS WITH AN EXPIRATION DATE OF APRIL 19TH, 2008 ARE MADE WITHOUT
CHINESE SOURCED VEGETABLE PROTEINS AND ARE SAFE.

We are taking this proactive stance to voluntarily recall these products to
avoid any confusion for our customers about which Royal Canin USA products
are safe and which products may be affected.

Pet owners should immediately stop feeding their pets the Royal Canin USA
dry pet food products listed above. Pet owners should consult with a
veterinarian if they are concerned about the health of their pet. No other
Royal Canin diets are affected by this recall and CONTINUE TO BE safe for
pets to eat.

In addition, Royal Canin USA will no longer use any Chinese suppliers for
any of our vegetable proteins.

This decision to recall some of our dry pet food products is driven by our
philosophy that the "Pet Comes First". The safety and nutritional quality of
our pet food is Royal Canin USA's top priority. Pet owners who have
questions about this recall and other Royal Canin USA products should call
1-800-592-6687 or (800) 513-0041.

On behalf of the entire Royal Canin family, our hearts go out to the pet
owners and everyone in the pet community who have been affected by all of
the recent recalls. We are as passionate about the health and happiness of
our customers' pets as we are of our own, so we are committed to taking the
steps necessary to ensure this never happens again.

Sincerely,

Olivier Amice
President and CEO
Royal Canin USA

To contact Royal Canin USA, please call
(800) 592-6687 or (800) 513-0041 for immediate assistance.

 
 
 

Royal Canin recalls some dry foods

Post by Cory » Sun, 22 Apr 2007 15:55:46


Um, yeah, about this recall business...

I found this online late yesterday... and it makes my skin crawl...

"Melamine in pet food may not be accidental"

http://www.moonsgarden.com/(The article comes from USA TODAY's online
edition, FTR)

--- Cory



Quote:
> April 19, 2007

> Dear Royal Canin USA Customer,

> It is with sincere regret that I inform you of a new and unfortunate
> development with some of our pet food products.

> Although we have no confirmed cases of illness in pets, we have decided to
> voluntarily remove the following dry pet food products that contain rice
> protein concentrate due to the presence of a melamine derivative.

> ROYAL CANIN SENSIBLE CHOICE? (available in pet specialty stores nationwide)

> - Chicken Meal & Rice Formula Senior
> - Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Puppy
> - Lamb Meal & Rice Formula ***
> - Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Senior
> - Rice & Catfish Meal Formula ***

> ROYAL CANIN VETERINARY DIETT (available only in veterinary clinics)

> - Canine Early Cardiac EC 22T
> - Canine Skin Support SS21T
> - Feline Hypoallergenic HP23T\

> ALL PRODUCTS WITH AN EXPIRATION DATE OF APRIL 19TH, 2008 ARE MADE WITHOUT
> CHINESE SOURCED VEGETABLE PROTEINS AND ARE SAFE.

> We are taking this proactive stance to voluntarily recall these products to
> avoid any confusion for our customers about which Royal Canin USA products
> are safe and which products may be affected.

> Pet owners should immediately stop feeding their pets the Royal Canin USA
> dry pet food products listed above. Pet owners should consult with a
> veterinarian if they are concerned about the health of their pet. No other
> Royal Canin diets are affected by this recall and CONTINUE TO BE safe for
> pets to eat.

> In addition, Royal Canin USA will no longer use any Chinese suppliers for
> any of our vegetable proteins.

> This decision to recall some of our dry pet food products is driven by our
> philosophy that the "Pet Comes First". The safety and nutritional quality of
> our pet food is Royal Canin USA's top priority. Pet owners who have
> questions about this recall and other Royal Canin USA products should call
> 1-800-592-6687 or (800) 513-0041.

> On behalf of the entire Royal Canin family, our hearts go out to the pet
> owners and everyone in the pet community who have been affected by all of
> the recent recalls. We are as passionate about the health and happiness of
> our customers' pets as we are of our own, so we are committed to taking the
> steps necessary to ensure this never happens again.

> Sincerely,

> Olivier Amice
> President and CEO
> Royal Canin USA

> To contact Royal Canin USA, please call
> (800) 592-6687 or (800) 513-0041 for immediate assistance.