Dog food possibly tainted with Euthanasia Drug recalled

FRESNO, Calif. -- The JM Smucker company is recalling four dog food brands after a drug used to euthanize animals was found in some canned food.

The move comes after a warning from the FDA that low levels of the drug Pentobarbital were detected in cans of gravy train dog food. The drug is most commonly used as a sedative, anesthetic or to euthanize animals.

The voluntary recall includes specific shipments of Gravy Train, Kibbles 'N Bits, Ol' Roy and Skippy canned dog food.

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JM Smucker released a statement saying the contamination was traced to a single supplier at one manufacturing facility. Customers who already purchased the products can call the company for a refund or replacement product.