Pig Ears Dog Treat Sold at Target Stores Recalled Due to Potential Health Risk

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If you have recently bought a pig ear from Target for your pooch, you might want to take it back. According to AnnArbor.com, Kasel Associated Industries of Denver is recalling its Boots and Barkley Roasted American Pig Ears and Boots and Barkley Variety Pack Dog Treats that are sold at Target stores because they may be contaminated with Salmonella.

If you still have the package, here is what to look for: The 12-pack pig ears were sold in a clear plastic bag with a UPC bar code read 647263899158. The Variety Pack (32 oz.) was also sold a in clear plastic bag marked with UPC bar code 490830400086.

Both products have the lot number BESTBY 13SEP2014DEN. They tested positive for the Salmonella bacteria after being analyzed by the Colorado Department Of Agriculture.

Unfortunately, this isn't the first recall by Kasel industries. Just a few weeks ago, they recalled specific lots of their bully sticks.

Consumers who purchased the recalled pig ears should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. Customers with questions may contact Kasel Associated Industries at 800-218-4417.

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Lucie Smythe

Take a sweet potato, peel it and slice it into strips. Place strips on a baking sheet and bake @ 250 for about 2 hours. Great dogs treats, my dogs LOVE them.

October 19 2012 at 11:50 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
G.A. Whitehead

After the last indecent we have had enough with problematic dog treats. I bought a food dehydrator, and I am now making my own. We now are getting more bang for our buck. It's cheaper to give them fresh lean meats that are cut into strip and dried. It's also safer, the quality is high. A large bag of chicken treats cost $15. 5 pounds of fresh chicken breast when on sale cost $5. A rump roast cut into strip cost about $8-10, and makes a ton of dog treats. This is safe and fresh, and cheap. The dehydrator is the best $30.00 I ever spent.

October 19 2012 at 2:22 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
puppymomdaun

THANKFULLY THAT BRAND IS TOO EXPENSIVE FOR MY PUPPIES!

October 18 2012 at 3:22 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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