There is no official word yet on whether the recall will affect other brands.
It seems likely that the recall is only temporary, and that a full recall is not likely until the animals are re-homed.
As of the time of this writing, a total of 13 brands have recalled dog food for the problem, including: K2, K9, K-9, Yuba and Cesar.
This is a big one, because there are several thousand K-line dogs and puppies in the US.
The American Kennel Club estimates that there are roughly 2.6 million dogs and dogs in the United States.
A recall of the K-lines could have a very large impact on this population.
That is not good news for anyone who has a dog or puppies.
A recent study found that people who are prone to dog bite wounds are more likely to be hospitalized than those who do not.
The researchers suggest that a recall could have an adverse impact on dog owners, and it may be necessary to get them a new breed.
So far, there have been no reports of injuries or deaths from dogs being rehomed by K-dogs.