Party Animal Dog Food of April 2017

Party Animal Dog Food receives the Advisor’s second-highest tier rating of 4 stars.
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Party Animal, Inc. has announced it is recalling specific lots of two varieties of its Cocolicious canned dog foods because they have each tested positive for the euthanasia drug, pentobarbital.
Judging by its ingredients alone, Party Animal Dog Food looks like an above-average dry product.
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I want to introduce you to a real “Party Animal”, my dog Sushi. Sushi is a 12-1/2 year old Akita that was a horrible eater until I tried Party Animal over two years ago. I had tried every premium brand of pet food out before coming across Party Animal. Most of them she would just walk away from after a few bites, or push her food bowl all around the house and then walk away. She loved Party Animal from the start! Her appetite has improved and she is going strong at 12-1/2 years old! It’s an amazing change, and I attribute the wonderful quality of your food to her increased appetite. When strangers meet Sushi they cannot get over how good she looks and always think Sushi is much younger than she is. After all, it’s important for a girl to keep her looks, and your wonderful food with all the tasty choices is a big part of why Sushi looks so good! Party Animal canned dog food earns the Advisor’s second-highest tier rating of 4.5 stars.
Photo provided by FlickrBoth of my dogs, Red and Maude, really enjoy Party Animal Canned Dog Food.
Photo provided by FlickrIke just loves his Party Animal dog food. Watch for him on American Idol!
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Party Animal Inc. said on Monday that lab testing of its beef and turkey and beef and chicken dog food found , a euthanasia drug used on animals and humans, in the food. The dog food in question had been manufactured and distributed in 2015, the company . It requested customers and retailers to return cans from Lot No. 0136E15204 04, best by July 2019 and Lot No. 0134E15 237 13, best by August 2019.Yet another pet product recall has been issued, this time for Party Animal's Cocolicious canned food - an organic meat-based diet for dogs. Two lots tested positive for pentobarbital, a drug used to euthanize cats, dogs, and horses:Products labeled USDA organic are required to contain 95-100% certified organic ingredients. Products labeled made with organic ingredients must contain a minimum of 70% certified organic ingredients. The certifying agency symbol may be used on the packaging, however, the USDA symbol may not be used under the “made with organic ingredients” rule. Party Animal™ dry dog food is formulated under the “made with organic ingredients” classification.According to a statement, the company Party Animal received word from a retailer in Texas of the contamination after a customer presented two cans of dog food that tested positive for pentobarbital, a drug used for euthanasia mostly of dogs, cats, and horses.The affected products are Party Animal's 13-ounce-can Cocolicious Beef & Turkey dog food (Lot #0136E15204 04, best by July 2019) and 13-ounce-can Cocolicious Chicken & Beef dog food (Lot #0134E15 237 13, best by August 2019). The items were manufactured and distributed in 2015.Two varieties of Party Animal canned dog food may be contaminated with pentobarbital, according to a test report from Texas A&M University released this week.