Recall: Carolina Prime Dog Treats
February 22, 11:48 PM
by Mia Carter, Boston Pets Examiner

Dog owners beware! Your dog's treats may be recalled due to the peanut butter salmonella scare!

In recent months, dog owners were rattled by pet food recalls involving brands like Pedigree, Special Kitty and Ol' Roy. These salmonella cat and dog food recalls were limited to pet food that was manufactured at one specific Mars Petcare US factory in Pennsylvania.

But this more recent pet food recall is much more widespread. Recalled dog treats include many different brands, which were contaminated with salmonella tainted peanut butter.

Carolina Prime Dog Treats Are Recalled Due to Salmonella Scare

Several varieties of Carolina Prime Dog Treats may contain recalled salmonella-tainted peanut butter. As a result, a handful of Carolina Prime Dog Treats are recalled.

The following Carolina Prime treat varieties have been recalled:

Peanut Butter Hooves (2 pack) - Product Code 063725542000
Rawhide Bone Peanut Rawhide (4-inch) - Product Code 063725542003
Beef Shank Peanut Butter Dog Bone (6-inch) - Product Code 063725542007
Rawhide Bone Peanut Butter Rawhide (6-inch) - Product Code 063725542005
Healthy Hide Peanut Butter Beef Shank (6-inch) - Product Code 09109333479

These recalled dog treats are sold at major retailers including PetSmart.

It should be noted that the Healthy Hide Peanut Butter Beef Shank (6-inch) was not included in the list of recalled treats that was issued by PetSmart; it was included on the list of recalled treats issued by the manufacturer of Carolina Prime Dog Treats.

What Other Dog Foods or Pet Treats Are Recalled?

A handful of other dog treat brands are recalled due to the peanut butter salmonella scare. These recalled dog treat brands include Healthy Hide, Grreat Choice Dog Biscuits and Puppy Chow Snack Mix and Happy Tails Multi Flavor Dog Treats.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Salmonella in Dogs?

The most common symptoms of salmonella in dogs and other pets include:

Vomiting and Diarrhea (often with blood present)
Refusal to Dat and Drink
Where Can I Learn More About Pet Food Recalls?

For additional information on the what products have been recalled as a result of the peanut butter salmonella scare, visit the FDA's website or visit the Pet Food Recall Page to learn more about other recent pet food recalls.

In addition, check out Boston Pet Examiner Mia Carter's other articles on another peanut butter scare recall affecting pet foods, including the Healthy Hide Dog Treat Recall.
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