Dog food recalled over potentially toxic levels of vitamin D

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Several brands of dog food have been recalled over potentially dangerous levels of vitamin D. 

At least eight brands of dry dog food could have the toxic levels of the vitamin, according to an alert issued by the FDA.

Owners are advised to stop using the recalled food.

The affected brands are: Natural Life Pet Products, Sunshine Mills Inc., Nutrisca, ANF, Lidl (Orlanda brand), Kroger, ELM Pet Foods, Inc. and Ahold Delhaize.

Click here for a full list of the recalled pet foods.

Excessive vitamin D can cause vomiting, appetitie loss, drooling, weight loss and increased unrination. Toxic levels can cause kidney failure and death.

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