Dog Supplement Cetyl M Recalled For Salmonella Risks
It was sold online and nationwide in retail stores and through veterinarians.
Cetyl M, which is given to dogs with joint problems, such as arthritis, contains a flavoring that has an ingredient that has tested positive for salmonella.
The ingredient, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, is put in soups, dips and other food to add a savory taste.
A spokeswoman for Response Products said the company adds flavoring to Cetyl M so that owners can give the supplement to their dogs as treats.
No cases of illness have been recorded.