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Dried Bull Penis Dog Treats Recalled over Salmonella Worry; Redbarn Brand Implicated

Redbarn Pet Products announced a voluntary recall that their Bully Stick dog treats “has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.”

The impacted product is Redbarn’s 7-inch Bully Stick three pack.

The recalled products were distributed in pet specialty retail stores. The affected product comes in a 2.4 ounce, green plastic bag marked with an expiration date of 112120ABC stamped on the side. The product UPC is #7 85184 25105 8.

The company was notified by the Colorado Department of Agriculture that a single sample collected from a retail location detected Salmonella.

Salmonella can affect animals eating the products, and there is risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products or any surfaces exposed to these products.

Consumers are encouraged to check the lot code to see if their product was affected. Pet owners who have this product matching this lot code in their homes are urged to discontinue use of the product. Consumers who purchased 7-inch Bully Stick multipacks with the affected lot code are urged to return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Consumers with questions may contact the company via email at info@redbarninc.com or by phone at 1-800-775-3849, M-F, 8am-5pm PST.

Read more about it here: Redbarn Pet Products Issues Voluntary Recall of Dog Chews

To report a problem with pet food visit the FDA.

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Mollie Morrissette

Mollie Morrissette, author of Poisoned Pets, is an animal food safety expert and advisor to AAFCO. Help support her work by making a donation today.

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  1. Feed my dog roxey gravy train and she ended up dying company needs to be shut down was like a family member to me died because of this negligence

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    • You and your vet must report this adverse event to the manufacturer, the FDA, and your State’s Department of Agriculture. It is critical that the FDA and your State receive your information to add to data they collect on problems associated with a pet food, to determine the frequency and severity of such events with a particular pet food or treat. Additionally, based on certain criteria, the FDA and the State will investigate the company that made the food and ask you for samples for testing.

      Find out how you and your vet can reporting a problem with a pet food to the FDA by visiting the FDA’s website here: http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/SafetyHealth/ReportaProblem/ucm182403.htm for information on how and where to report a problem you have had with a pet food or treat.
      Contact your State Department of Agriculture to report a problem with a pet food. To find your state feed control official, visit http://www.aafco.org/Regulatory/State-Information for information and resources on your State’s department of agriculture, contact information and a link to the State’s official website.

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