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Canidae Pet Food Ingredients Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Canidae Corporation, about some of its pet food products. The complaint alleged that some of the products’ marketing and labeling had violated state laws and consumer protection statutes by creating the impression that they were free from any detectable levels of chicken or soy. However, the complaint claimed  Read more

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Manna Pro Products Rabbit Food Corn Content Settlement

Manna Pro Products, LLC will provide a settlement fund of $62,500 in customer refunds and an additional amount for other fees and costs in order to settle a class action about its Select Series Pro Formula Rabbit Food. According to the complaint, the company claimed that the rabbit food did not contain corn, but certain  Read more

Manna Pro Select Series Pro Formula Rabbit Food

Midwestern Pet Foods Products Sickened and Killed Dogs Class Action

Midwestern Pet Foods, Inc. makes a number of pet foods, under the brand names of Sportmix, Pro Pac, and Nunn Better. Unfortunately, the complaint alleges that Midwestern pet foods have been sold containing “mold, toxins, and/or aflatoxins that caused injury and harm” to animals.  Read more

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Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Settlement

The defendants in this case—Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Co., Nutripack, LLC, Against the Grain Pet Foods, and Sher Services Co.—are paying a little more than a half a million dollars to settle a class action centering around three of their products; Evanger’s Hunk of Beef, Evanger’s Braised Beef, and Against the Grain pulled Beef  Read more

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Milo’s Kitchen Dog Treats Missouri Settlement

Milo’s Kitchen, Big Heart Pet Brands, and JM Smucker are settling a Missouri class action concerning Milo’s Kitchen Chicken Jerky and Chicken Grillers dog treats. The complaint alleged that Milo’s advertised the products as being “wholesome” and “quality” products, when in reality they were made with substandard ingredients and contained possibly harmful contaminants.  Read more

Hill’s Science Diet, Prescription Diet Excessive Vitamin D Class Action

Hill’s Pet Nutrition makes a great deal of its scientific foundations and safety standards, and it charges more for its pet foods. But the complaint for this class action alleges that certain products contained excessive amounts of vitamin D that sickened or killed a number of dogs. The complaint alleges breaches of warranties, among other  Read more

Can of Hill's Prescription Diet Digestive Care Dog Food—Chicken & Vegetable Stew

Hill’s Dog Food Toxic Levels of Vitamin D California Class Action

Humans may take vitamin D supplements, but too much vitamin D can kill a dog. The complaint for this class action alleges that Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. allowed toxic levels of vitamin D in its dog food, sickening and even causing the death of dogs that ate it.   Read more

Can of Hill's Prescription Diet Digestive Care Dog Food—Chicken & Vegetable Stew

Big Heart Pet Brands Nature’s Recipe “Natural” Pet Foods Class Action

Big Heart Pet Brands, Inc. advertises its Nature’s Recipe dog and cat food as being “all natural.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that the pet food contains a number of synthetic substances, including sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP), synthetic vitamins and minerals, citric acid, and lactic acid.  Read more

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Acana and Orijen Pet Food Heavy Metals and Toxins Class Action

If you love your pet as a member of your family, the last thing you want is to feed it something that’s harmful for it. The complaint for this class action alleges that Champion Petfoods USA, Inc. has allowed heavy metals and toxins in its dog food.  Read more

Package of Champion's Orijen Six Fish Dog Food

Orijen and Acana Pet Foods Contamination with Toxic Substances Class Action

Champion Petfoods USA, Inc. makes the Orijen and Acana brands of pet food, which it claims are “biologically ‘appropriate’ pet food—as close to what animals would eat in nature as possible” which it makes “using fresh, natural ingredients.” Yet the complaint for this class action claims that the pet foods are contaminated by various toxic  Read more

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