Costco Dog Chicken Jerky Recall 2020

Petful has been researching U.S. dog food recalls for several years now, and we’ve compiled the following list. Is your dog food on our list? Recalls are listed in order from newest to oldest. (Looking for cat food recalls? Go here.)

Dog Food Recall 2022 — Full List

All 2022 dog food recalls are listed in the table below.

Click the links in the table below to see the specific, important details about each recall.

FDA Investigating Irradiation As Possible Cause

The FDA has announced it will begin testing the affected products to determine if irradiation may have contributed to some of the treat related issues.

That’s because companies like Nestle Purina PetCare have confirmed they are using irradiation to sterilize the affected treats.

In a related story published in 2009, the Australian government is reported to have banned the use of this process following reports of paralysis and death in cats after consuming irradiated cat food.

Although the following list is incomplete, many of the products are sold in the US by Nestle Purina and Del Monte including:

Reports of serious illness in dogs associated with the consumption of Chinese-made chicken jerky treats continue to be filed by pet owners.Canyon Creek Chicken Jerky Treats Yet the exact cause of these illnesses still remains a mystery.

However, the FDA stated in its latest official bulletin:

However, according to a recent article posted by, FDA documents obtained by the publisher suggest a possible link to three popular chicken jerky products and their big name producers:


What chicken jerky treats have been recalled?

The recalled products are Beg & Barker Chicken Breast Strips Dog Treat, Billo’s Best Friend Chicken Breast Strips Dog Treat and Green Coast Pets Chicken Crisps Dog Treat.

What dog food is on recall right now 2022?

July 6, 2022 — Primal Pet Foods is recalling a single lot of Raw Frozen Primal Patties for Dogs Beef Formula due to potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria.

Are chicken jerky treats safe for dogs?

In November 2011, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finally issued an official warning to pet owners that chicken jerky food products imported from China may cause a Fanconi-like syndrome in dogs who routinely consume them or in cases where treats make up a large part of a dog’s diet.

Are jerky treats making dogs sick?

Signs that have been reported in association with JPT may occur within hours to days of feeding the jerky treat products are decreased appetite, decreased activity, vomiting, diarrhea (sometimes with blood or mucus), increased water consumption and/or increased urination.