🐶 More than 3,500 bags of dog treats are being recalled, according to the FDA

🐶 They may be contaminated with metal

🐶 The treats were sold in New Jersey stores and nationwide


Before you give your dog a treat, check to make sure it’s not part of a recent recall.

According to the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA), TDBBS LLC is voluntarily recalling more than 3,500 bags of Green Tripe dog treats due to a potential metal contamination.

Green Trip Barkworthies (USFDA)
Green Trip Barkworthies (U.S. Food and Drug Administration)
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The recalled product, which affects 3,551 bags, was distributed between February to May 2024, according to a company announcement posted on the FDA's website. The bags were sold across the country, including in retail stores in New Jersey. The bags were also sold online.

Green Tripe Best Bully Sticks, 2 lb bag (USFDA)
Green Tripe Best Bully Sticks, 2 lb bag (U.S. Food and Drug Administration)
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According to company's announcement, the potentially contaminated dog treats include 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.

Dog treat recall (USFDA)
Dog treat recall (U.S Food and Drug Administration)
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While there have been no reports of pet injuries or illnesses to date, according to the company, the potential presence of metal objects could be in these treats, posing a health hazard to your dog.

Green Tripe Best Bully Sticks 5 lb bag (USFDA)
Green Tripe Best Bully Sticks 5 lb bag (U.S. Food and Drug Administration)
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Customers are being advised to monitor their dogs for any signs of illness and unusual behavior if they ate the treat. Then, contact a veterinarian.

Throw the affected treats away or contact TDBBS LLC for a product return or questions at support@bestbullysticks.com or at 877-483-5853.

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