Hill’s pet food company announced a voluntary recall of some specific canned dog foods on January 31st. They have recently expanded that recall to include a few additional canned dog foods. The issue with the affected foods stemmed from a vitamin premix containing elevated levels of vitamin D; however, this mix was only used in specific canned products. Some animals eating the affected diets were developing symptoms of Hypervitaminosis D which include lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, inappetence, and increased thirst/urination. These symptoms resolved when the diet was discontinued. No dry food, cat food, or treats are affected by this recall. If your dog is eating one of the diets listed we recommend that you discontinue feeding the diet and contact our hospital or Hill’s directly with any questions. If your dog is showing symptoms of Hypervitaminosis D and is eating one of the affected diets, Hill’s is covering all costs for diagnostic testing and treatment. Please consult the tables below to see if your dog is eating one of the recalled canned diets. If you would like to read more about the recall from Hill’s or if you need to contact their consumer affairs personnel please click the button below.