Consumers who use the pet food aisle at PetShopping.com have been advised by a company that sells pet food to pet owners to check their bags for food items that could be contaminated.

The advice comes after PetSmart said last month that it was looking into a recall of pet food because of the risk of food poisoning.

In an interview with CNNMoney on Thursday, a spokeswoman for PetSmart told the network that PetSmart has made the recall of some pet food “an urgent priority.”

The PetSmart spokeswoman said PetShoppers is reviewing the information from PetSmart, which includes its food safety program and the information shared with other retailers.

PetShippers was not immediately available for comment.

The recalls follow reports last month from PetCare that PetShops pet food bags were contaminated with food borne pathogens, a risk that is being linked to a recent coronavirus outbreak in Europe.

PetFood.com says it’s working to make sure the affected pet food is safe to eat.

It says it has implemented a recall and “continues to work closely with the PetSmart food safety team to protect our pet food supply and its consumers.”

CNNMoney reached out to PetSmart for comment and will update this story when we receive it.