At least eight brands of dry dog foods are being recalled after the FDA said the food could contain toxic levels of vitamin D. In an alert issued Monday, the FDA urged owners to stop using the recalled products.

Excess vitamin D can cause vomiting, appetite loss, increased urination, excessive drooling and weight loss. Toxic levels of the vitamin can cause kidney failure and death.

For a full list of recalled pet foods, visit the FDA website.

Earlier this year,  four companies recalled pet food over salmonella fears.