Meli - 4-year-old domestic medium-hair, tortie femaleFlorence - 1-year/4-month-old domestic short-hair, black femaleJude - 2-year-old domestic short-hair, black-and-white maleMax - 4-year-old domestic short-hair, black maleBennie - 2-year-old domestic short-hair mix, black maleBonzai - 2-year-old Egyptian Mau, gray tab-and-orange femaleClyde - 3-year-old Korat mix, gray maleVroom - 2-year-old domestic long-hair, white-and-cream malecassie - 4-year-old domestic medium-hair, orange-and-white femaleTora - 4-year-old domestic short-hair, black female
Buddy - 1-year/2-month-old rottweiler mix, brown-&-black maleTully - 11-month-old border collie mix, black-and-white maleOscar - 3-year-old St. Bernard rough-coated mix, tricolor maleRudy - 4-year-old beagle, tricolor maleGypsy - 5-month-old Australian Shepherd mix, black bicolor-and-tan femaleCora -3-year-old smooth-coated border collie mix, gold-and-white femaleDixie - 1-year-old pointer mix, white-and-red femaleTillie - 4-month-old Queensland Heeler mix, red bicolor-and-white femaleBunny - 8-month-old lab/pointer mix, brindle-and-brown merle femaleDexter - 11-month-old border collie/lab mix, white-and-black maleBeatrice - 5-year-old English Coonhound mix, tan-and-white female
Diamond Pet Foods has recalled some brands of dry dog and cat food manufactured between Dec. 9, 2011, and April 7 due to potential salmonella contamination. While the company's website says the food was not distributed to Colorado, it is possible the food may have been further distributed through pet food channels, it stated. Numerous brands were affected, including Kirkland Signature, Canidae, Taste of the Wild and Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul. For more brands and production codes to watch out for, go to www.diamondpetrecall.com.