BREAKING NEWS: Major Brand Dog Treat Recall

J. M. Smucker Company of Orrvile, OH, is recalling two varieties of its popular Milo’s Kitchen dog treats due to elevated levels of beef thyroid hormone.

The recall was issued after the company received three complaints of illness following consumption of the treats. The more contaminated treats a dog eats, the worst the symptoms will be. Once the treats are discontinued and thyroid levels are returned to normal in the body, the symptoms should subside.

What Is Recalled?

Milo’s Kitchen Steak Grillers / Steak Grillers Recipe With Angus Steak
18 oz. Bag
UPC Code: 079100518227
Best by date: 11/15/18

18 oz. Bag
UPC Code: 079100518227
Best by date: 04/26/19

22 oz. Bag
UPC Code: 079100518234
Best by date: 04/26/19

10 oz. Bag
UPC Code: 079100527762
Best by date: 04/26/19

Milo’s Kitchen Grilled Burger Bites with Sweet Potato and Bacon
15 oz. Bag
UPC Code: 079100521265
Best by date: 11/19/18

Photo:Facebook/ Tammy Wozniak
Photo: Facebook/Tammy Wozniak

Symptoms Of Elevated Thyroid

– increased thirst and urination
– increased heart rate
– restlessness
– vomiting
– weight loss
– diarrhea
– rapid breathing

If you have fed any of the recalled product and your pet is showing any of the above symptoms, call your vet immediately.

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What To Do

If you have purchased this treat, stop feeding it immediately. Call Smucker on the number below for a full refund.

You can contact Smucker directly at 888-569-6767, Monday through Friday, between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM EST.

Click next for a complete list of recalls for 2018.


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