Milk Bone Mini Recall

Milk Bones… Youve seen them dominating your local grocerys pet food aisle. They are easily the most popular dog treat on the market. And if youre not careful, feeding your pup loads of these unhealthy snacks can result in an unhealthy pet.

If thats not enough proof for you, according to a study by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention 53.9% of dogs in the US are overweight.

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Our pups deserve better! Thats why we at Gaines Family Farmstead are committed to healthy, natural dog treats that your pup will love.

Our sweet potato dog treats contain one ingredient… sweet potatoes! No additives, no chemicals, no risk. Be sure to try a bag for your pup. If they dont love it, return the bag for a 100% refund, no questions asked. Shop the story

Have You Had a Problem With Milk-Bone?

  • See our reporting page for contact info.
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  • How Do I Make a Claim for the Milk Bones Recall?

    First, make sure you have the following details:

  • The product name
  • The lot number
  • Where you purchased the product
  • Date of purchase
  • Purchase price
  • Armed with this information, you can call the company or visit their website to make your claim.

    Who is Eligible for the Milk Bones Recall?

    Any retailer, distributor, or pet owner with Milk Bones Dog Biscuit 10lb (UPC 24000-92502), code #90967, and lot code 12071k in their stock is eligible for the recall.


    Are there any recalls on Milk Bone dog treats?

    There has been no Milk-Bone recall. Milk-Bone’s origins stretch back more than 100 years.

    Can Milk Bones make my dog sick?

    The short answer is: Dogs can eat Milk-Bone without any issue. These dog biscuits have been around for over 100 years, so if you feed them to your dog in moderation (like other treats), Milk-Bone shouldn’t have adverse health effects on your dog.

    Is there a recall on dog food 2022?

    Upset Stomach – With Milk Bone allergies, your dog may show gastrointestinal upset first, such as diarrhea and vomiting. In some cases, the signs of allergy may not even be noticed at all.