Charlee Bear and Wellness Dog Products Recalled Due To Health Risk

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Concerned about potential Salmonella contamination, Charlee Bear Products is voluntarily recalling some of its Protein Crunch Bar treats for dogs. A finished product sample tested positive for Salmonella. At this time, there are no reported cases of animal or human illness associated with these products.

The following products are being recalled:

Charlee Bear Protein Crunch Bars - Chicken Recipe with Carrots
5.5 oz packages; UPC Code: 8710890000
Lot number 19812; Best by date: 07-16-2015
Lot number 19912; Best by date: 07-17-2015
Lot number 20012; Best by date: 07-18-2015
Lot number 20212; Best by date: 07-20-2015

Charlee Bear Protein Crunch Bars - Chicken Recipe with Sweet Potatoes
5.5 oz packages; UPC Code: 8710890001
Lot number 20112; Best by date: 07-19-2015

Lot codes can be found on the back panel below the UPC Code. These recalled products were distributed around the U.S. in September and October.

If you purchased any of these products, you can return them for a full refund. Questions can be submitted by email to info@charleebear.com or by phone at 1-800-396-8893.

Signs of Salmonella Infection

  • decreased appetite
  • fever
  • abdominal pain
  • lethargy
  • diarrhea, bloody diarrhea
  • vomiting
If your dog has eaten these recalled products and has symptoms of Salmonella infection, contact your veterinarian immediately.

People who touch products contaminated with Salmonella can also become infected. If you have handled the recalled products and have symptoms of Salmonella, contact your physician immediately.

Additionally, PetMD reported that Wellness is recalling one of their dog food products as well. The pet food manufacturer recently recalled all 12-lb bags of Small Breed Adult Health Dry Dog Food with the best buy date of August 18th, 2013. The company is concerned about the high moisture level found in some bags, which can lead to mold growing on the food before its expiration date.

Current Pet Jerky Death Toll: 360 Dogs, 1 Cat:

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bev

i'd rather give my puppy (8 yr old) natural food with a dash of cottage cheese, vitamins mixed in, it took him a while to eat the dry food but i tend to entice kobie with perhaps a slice of turkey or some salmon, he loves it and he is a healthy, spry "youngster", he has been certified to be a therapy dog and we have made it our mission to make others smile! God bless all those beautiful pets that suffered because of a manufacturer's greed and lack of humane interest!

November 07 2012 at 12:02 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
mdennish

Where were the products made?

November 06 2012 at 6:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
lively wife

There's a reason I don't buy "name brand" animal products any more...Between salmonella and the other myriad problems that name brands have produced in the past, I switched to an all natural, meat and vegetable based dog food. My dogs are happier, healthier, and more energetic, and THEIR FOOD DOESN'T MAKE THEM ILL!!!

November 06 2012 at 5:44 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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