A widely-available dog food has just issued a massive recall that affects both Missouri and Illinois. A press release details what pet owners need to look for to see if they have one of the products that needs to be returned.

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The FDA just announced that a recall that had recently been issued by Purina out of St. Louis has now been expanded even more. The FDA says that "potentially elevated levels of vitamin D in two additional product lots" from Purina could lead to serious health problems for dogs. They said that "Vitamin D toxicity may include vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, and excessive drooling to renal (kidney) dysfunction".

Purina out of St. Louis issued the following graphic to show what dog owners should look for if they have this product.

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The press release issued by Purina said that anyone who discovers they have this product with those label designations should do the following:

Please contact our team directly Monday - Saturday, 8am - 5pm CSTat 1-800-345-5678 or via email at https://www.purina.com/contact-us for questions or assistance in getting a refund.

Make sure to check out the full FDA recall warning for more details and potential updates to this huge pet food recall.

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