Monday, October 20, 2008

Hartz and Wal-Mart Recall Rawhide Treats

FDA released a recall notice this evening covering the Hartz Mountain recall that we reported on yesterday.

To reiterate: Hartz has recalled one production lot of Hartz Chicken-Basted Rawhide Chips due to the possibility that one or more bags of the dog treats may be contaminated with Salmonella.

The recalled Rawhide Chips were packaged in 2-pound bags, marked with lot code JC23282, and UPC number 3270096463. The recalled product was supplied to Wal-Mart stores. Wal-Mart has posted a recall notice on its web site, and Hartz has taken steps to have the product withdrawn from retail stores and distribution centers.

Dog owners who purchased these treats are requested to discontinue their use and to discard them in a safe manner. Consumers can contact Hartz toll-free at 1-800-275-1414 for more information on this recall, or to arrange for reimbursement for the recalled treats.


  1. Hi! It's US! :) Someone alerted us to the Walmart Rawhide recall and I did a quick Google search. Your post came up! I clicked on it, thought "Wow, that looks like a Labradoodle!", read the rest of the post and saw that it was your site! Talk about it being a small world! Raegan and I hope that you guys are well!!

  2. Hi Lauren & Raegan. Nice to hear from you!

    We're all doing great. We're back in San Diego (for good) and enjoying the temperate climate. Hope all's well with you.



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