Make sure the treat your dog is receiving isn't associated with a recent recall before giving it to them.

TDBBS LLC is voluntarily recalling more than 3,500 packages of Green Tripe dog treats because of a possible metal contamination, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

As to the firm notification on the FDA website, the recalled product was shipped between February and May 2024 and affects 3,551 bags. The bags were offered for sale in retail establishments in New Jersey as well as other states. Also, the bags may be purchased online.

The Green Tripe Barkworthies Brand, 7 oz bag with a Feb–March 2026 best buy date; the Green Tripe Best Bully Sticks Brand, 2 lb. bag with a March–Aug 2026 best buy date; and the Green Tripe, Best Bully Sticks Brand, 5 lb. bag with a Jan–April 2026 best buy date are among the potentially contaminated dog treats, according to the company's announcement.

The firm states that although there haven't been any complaints of pet illnesses or injuries, there's a chance that these treats include metal items, which might be harmful to your dog's health.

If their dogs ate the goodie, owners are advising them to keep an eye out for any symptoms of sickness and strange behavior. Next, give a veterinarian a call.

To return a product or with problems, email or call 877-483-5853. Discard the impacted goodies.

Products Involved in July 2022 Dog Treat Recall

The following dog treats are part of a July 2022 recall due to the treats being tainted with salmonella. Anyone with any of these products is urged to contact Stormberg at immediately with all pertinent product information. Additionally, consumers can call Stormberg Monday through Saturday from 3:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at 919-947-6011.

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