Dogs love to munch on a tasty treat, but if you load up on store-bought stuff then it's time to check your treat stock. Find out the latest dog treats to hit the recall list.

Recall Alert: Dog Treats Recalled Due To Possible Salmonella Contamination


Dogs love to munch on a tasty treat, but if you load up on store-bought stuff then it’s time to check your treat stock. The dog treat company Smokehouse Pet Products, Inc is recalling their all-natural beef dog treats after inspectors found Salmonella

During routine sampling and testing, the Colorado Department Of Agriculture revealed Salmonella in two 4-ounce packages of “Beefy Munchies.” As of the publication of this article, no illnesses were reported. With that said, a recall notice from the Food and Drug Administration is urging pet parents to stop giving these snacks to their pups. 

Feed These Dog Treats? Here’s What To Lookout For

The recalled “Beefy Munchies” were distributed in Washington, Michigan, North Carolina and Colorado and sold at various retailers. If you have these treats and worried they may be contaminated, the FDA says to look for bags marked with:

  • UPC 78565857957
  • Lot number 449294.

Additionally, the recalled treats have best used by date of 10/25/19 stamped on the back.

What To Do If You Have These Recalled Dog Treats

Consumers who have purchased “Beefy Munchies” should stop using them immediately and may return any unused treats for a full refund. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact Smokehouse Pet Products, Inc. at 1-877-699-7387. They’re open Monday-Friday 7 am-3:30 pm PST.

Feature image via Smokehouse Pet Products, Inc.