Wexler Wallace is currently investigating claims that multiple varieties of the Bravo Packing, Inc.’s (Bravo) Performance Dog frozen raw pet food is contaminated with contagious and potentially fatal to pets and humans salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes (L. mono) bacteria. If you purchased any of the contaminated product, contact Wexler Wallace to discuss filing a Performance Dog food lawsuit.
On September 12, 2019, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall of Performance Dog raw pet food, a popular brand produced and sold at premium price by pet food retailers throughout the United States, warning consumers to immediately discard – under safe conditions – the Performance Dog food they purchased. This came after testing revealed that samples contained salmonella and L. Mono. The FDA is strongly advising consumers to not feed their pets any Performance Dog frozen raw pet food produced on or after July 22, 2019.
The Performance Dog raw pet food contamination was reportedly discovered by the FDA during a routine inspection of Bravo’s manufacturing facility in Carneys Point, New Jersey. Samples of Performance Dog raw pet food tested positive for both Salmonella and L. mono.
Unfortunately, this is the second recall of Bravo’s Performance Dog frozen raw pet food products due to salmonella contamination in just over a year.
Wexler Wallace has significant depth and well-known experience in managing to successful conclusion pet food contamination cases. The Firm takes instances of tainted pet food seriously and is investigating the facts surrounding of Performance Dog raw pet food contamination. If you are a purchaser of any Performance Dog raw pet food since 2017, please contact us today at at 312-346-2222 or submit the contact form on this page to speak with an attorney regarding a Performance Dog food lawsuit. You may have a claim.