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If your dog has seemed lethargic lately and you've been giving it supplements, you may want to hold off on the next dose until you're sure the product isn't part of a Food and Drug Administration recall. Stratford Care USA has recalled Omega-3 supplements for elevated levels of vitamin A.

Though a necessary nutrient for dogs, too much vitamin A can cause toxicity. Symptoms can include general malaise, anorexia, nausea, peeling skin, weakness, tremors, convulsions, paralysis, and death. Stratford Care is recalling 62 brands of the product, some of which sell on Chewy and Amazon, after receiving a "serious adverse event" from one consumer after their dogs’ exhibited signs of vitamin A toxicity after consuming the supplement. No other incidents have been reported.

How to Know If Your Pet's Supplements Have Been Recalled

Does it come in a white plastic bottle of 60 soft gels with one of these lot numbers and dates printed on the bottom: “lot 31133 EXP 04/13/23” or “lot 30837 EXP 10/26/22”? And does the product have one of these private label brand names?

  • All Creatures Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels 
  • All Paws Animal Clinic, Royal Palm Beach — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • All Veterinary Supply Inc. — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Animal Care Hospital — Omega-3 Fatty Acid Max Strength Soft Gels
  • Animal Medical Center — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Animal Medical Clinic — Omega V3 Softgels
  • Animal Medical Clinic, Melbourne Beach — Omega V3 Softgels
  • Barnes Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Bottle Tree Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • Brentwood Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Brookwood Veterinary Clinic — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • Cherokee Trail Veterinary Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Cleveland Park Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • Clinton Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Clyde's Animal Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Coastal Animal Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Columbia Hospital For Animals — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Compassion Veterinary Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Crown Heights Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Doc Ladue's — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Dogwood Veterinary Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Doral Centre Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Eagle's Landing Veterinary Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Eagles Landing Veterinary Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Jungle Pet — Skin+Coat Omega-3 Soft Gels
  • Lake Dow Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • LaVale Veterinary Hospital — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • LVH Veterinary — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Mount Orab Veterinary Clinic — Dr. Hayes's Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • MVH Mann Veterinary Hospital — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • My Pet Hospital — Omega-3 Soft Gels
  • North Shore Animal League America — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Northwest Tennessee Veterinary Services — Omega-V3 Softgels 
  • NPC Northgate Pet Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels 
  • Oak Tree Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Orlando Vets — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Patterson Veterinary Hospital — Mason — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • Perry Animal Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Pet Health Solutions — Omega Caps
  • Pleasant Plains Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Prospect Heights Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Seiler Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • SensoVet Animal Health Wellness — Advanced Omega-3 Softgel
  • Smyth County Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • SPCA of North Brevard — Omega-V3 Soft Gels 
  • Stateline Animal Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Stratford Animal Health — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Summerfields Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • The Pet Clinic of Urbana — Omega-V3 Softgel
  • Twin Maples — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • University Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • University Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Valdosta Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Venice Pines Veterinary Clinic — Omega-V3 Soft Gels
  • Vet4Bulldog — V4B Bully Fish oil omega-3 EFA
  • Viking Community Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Waggin' Wheel Vet Clinic — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Wellsboro Small Animal Hospital Veterinary Medical Center — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Westbrook Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Wickham Road Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels
  • Wilton Manors Animal Hospital — Omega-V3 Softgels

If you think your supplements might be part of the recall, contact Stratford Care USA at 877-498-2002, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern time, or by email for questions or assistance in getting a refund.

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Another recall pet owners should be aware of involves Purina Pro Plan pet food. Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EL Elemental in 8- and 20-pound bags has been found to have elevated levels of vitamin D. The March 10 action is an expansion of a previous recall (both old and new codes are shown):


Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EL Elemental


  • 38100 19190 (8 pounds)
  • 38100 19192 (20 pounds)

Product codes (first eight characters equal to):

  • 2213 1082 (new)
  • 2214 1082 (new)
  • 2249 1082
  • 2250 1082
  • 2276 1082
  • 2277 1082
  • 2290 1082
  • 2360 1082
  • 2361 1082

If you have products with these codes, throw them away immediately.

For more information, contact Nestle Purina at 800-345-5678, Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central time, or by email via a form on Purina's website for questions or assistance in getting a refund.

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