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RECALL ALERT: VETiONX Supplements Recalled Due to Bacterial Contamination

Certain packages of two varieties of VETiONX homeopathic supplements for pets have been recalled after reports of a foul smell and the potential for bacterial contamination in some bottles.

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VETiONX of Grand Rapids, Michigan initiated a recall via a letter to customers on September 20, 2017 of two varieties of their homeopathic pet supplements: Arthro-iONX – Joint & Mobility Pain Formula and DIA-iONX – Blood Sugar Imbalance, both of which began shipping on July 26 2017.

The following items are being recalled:

Arthro-iONX – Joint & Mobility Pain Formula
4 Fluid Ounce Bottle
UPC: 891129002514
Lot# 040717A
Exp: 12/19

DIA-IONX – Blood Sugar Imbalance
4 Fluid Ounce Bottle
UPC: 891129002675
Lot# 022017F
Exp: 7/19

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In a letter to customers, VETiONX wrote:

This recall has been initiated due to bacterial contamination and foul smell in some bottles. We have not received any health complaints; however, use of this product is not recommended.

We began shipping [these products] on 7/26/2017.

Immediately examine your product and determine if your product is subject to recall. If you have further distributed this product to your customers, please identify your customers and notify them at once of this product recall. Please include a copy of this letter with your customer notification. If you still have any impacted products subject to recall, you may either: 1) return them to our facility or 2) destroy them by pouring down the drain and discarding empty bottles in the trash.

Any questions or concerns should be directed to VETiONX customer service via the following:
Email: customerservice@vetionx.com
Phone: 1-866-977-0888.

 

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Peggy wilson

    Sep 25, 2017 at 2:22 pm

    I tried calling because my dog each time I gave this to her she became lethargic and wouldn’t eat and started to lose weight. I had to take her to the vet and he gave her a drug to coat her stomach and then antibiotics and she got better but was starting to limp so I gave her the promaxol again and she’s started not feeling well again. So I have stopped this again.

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