SAN ANTONIO – Evanger's is recalling five lots of dog food because it may contain pentobarbital, a drug that is used to euthanize animals, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
The Illinois company is pulling 12-ounce cans of Hunk of Beef dog food that was manufactured the week of June 6 through June 13. At least one dog has died and four others have been sickened.
The company continues to investigate, but said in a statement it feels a supplier let them down.
For more information on the recall, visit http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm539900.htm.
Home Depot has recalled approximately 2 million patio swivel chairs. The base can break under normal use, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The recall involves Hampton Bay Anselmo, Calabria and Dana Point chairs, as well as Martha Stewart Living's Cardona, Grand Bank and Wellington chairs. They were sold from January 2007 to February 2016 in two-piece or seven-piece sets.
Consumers should contact the manufacturer through www.casuallivingoutdoors.com.
Lowe's is also recalling 315,000 bar chairs because the legs can detach.
The recall involves Allen+Roth Safford model and Garden Treasures Lakeview models sold from November 2008 through August 2016. The company has received hundreds of reports of the chairs breaking and injuries including head injuries and broken ribs.
Consumer should contact the manufacturer, 3i Corporation, at www.lakeview-safford.com.
IKEA has also recalled more than 33,000 beach chairs because they can collapse. Six people have reported fingertip amputations as a result. Mysingso is the name of the model. Consumers can return the chair to the store for a replacement or refund.
For more information: www.cpsc.gov.