A pet food recall has been ordered by a NSW Government official after a pet food label on sale at the Pet Shop was found to contain a dangerous substance.

A total of 10,000 pet food products were recalled and are being re-tested.

The Pet Shop, in the Central Coast suburb of Wairarapa, is located in the inner west suburb of Bendigo.

A spokeswoman for the NSW Department of Primary Industries said the recall is now in the hands of the state’s food safety regulator.

The pet food was recalled due to “an unusual ingredient” found in one of the pet food bottles, the spokeswoman said.”

It is being monitored closely and will be re-approved in the coming weeks,” she said.

The pet food was recalled due to “an unusual ingredient” found in one of the pet food bottles, the spokeswoman said.

She said that the company was investigating the source of the ingredients and if any were adulterated.

“This has been confirmed as a dangerous and potentially harmful substance and we have taken immediate action to ensure there is no repeat of this,” she added.

Ms Tait said the company had been in contact with its suppliers, and that it was “confident” that the product contained the correct ingredient.

“As we are now in contact and we are confident that the ingredients that were used in the pet foods are safe and will continue to be safe,” she told ABC News.

“It’s an incredibly complex situation and we’re taking all the information we have to help us manage this.”

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