Another pet food manufacturer has recalled its dog food for elevated levels of vitamin D. ELM Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling its Elm Chicken and Chickpea Recipe dog food in conjunction with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The recalled dog food consists of multiple UC codes that were manufactured between the dates of Feb. 25, 2018, and Oct. 31, 2018. The affected dog food products include:

  • The Elm Chicken and Chickpea Recipe packaged in three-pound bags with a UPC code of 0-70155-22507-8 and a Best Buy date of TD2 26 FEB 2019 , TE1 30 APR 2019 , TD1 5 SEP 2019 or TD2 5 SEP 2019.  
  • The Elm Chicken and Chickpea Recipe packaged in 28-pound bags with a UPC code of 0-70155-22513-9 and a Best Buy date of TB3 6 APR 2019 , TA1 2 JULY 2019 , or TI1 2 JULY 2019.
  • Naturals Chicken Recipe packaged in 40-pound bags with a UPC code of 0-70155-22522-9 and a Best Buy date of TB3 14 Sep 2019 , TA2 22 Sep 2019 or TB2 11 Oct 2019.

The affected dog food is packaged in a yellow bag and has the Elm Pet Foods Tag on the front of the package. The bags also have a silhouette of a chicken at the bottom of the front side of the package. Lot codes are located at the back of the bag at the bottom center on the three-pound bags and in the center of the back of the 28-pound bags. The 40 pounds have lot number that can be found at the bottom right of the back of the package.

The recalled lots codes were distributed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, according to the company.

ELM Pet Foods is urging consumers that have purchased the recalled dog food to stop feeding it to their dogs immediately. They should dispose of the dog food or return it to the retailer where they purchased it for a full refund. A full refund can also be obtained by calling the company at 1-800-705-2111. Consumers with questions can call ELM Pet Foods from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Emails to the company can be sent to

Elevated levels of vitamin D can cause vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling, and weight loss in dogs. It can also lead to more serious health issues including renal failure. Contact a veterinarian if your dog is displaying any of these symptoms.

No other ELM Pet Foods products were affected by the recall, the company said.