ST. LOUIS, Mo. - More dog food recalls are coming in. This time the maker of Alpo warns some it's food may not be safe to eat.
Alpo's parent company, Nestle Purina Petcare, is now also warning some of its wet dog food may do more harm than good.
Nestle Purina is voluntarily recalling all sizes and varieties of its Alpo Prime Cuts in Gravy wet dog food.
However, none of the company's dry pet foods are affected.
Nestle Purina said some of the wet food was tainted by wheat gluten found to contain the chemical Melamine. And that's something that shouldn't be in food products.
The recalled cans have specific date codes consumers can look up.
Here are the four digit codes containing tainted food # 7037 through 7053, followed by the plant code 1159.
Those codes follow a "Best Before February 2009" date.