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RECALL: Potential Presence of Metal Affects Popular Green Tripe Dog Treats

According to the FDA, 3,551 bags of green tripe dog treats were recalled because foreign metal objects could potentially be present. Green tripe is an edible stomach lining from animals like cows, sheep, and buffalo. While it may sound gross to us, it's a healthy, flavorful snack for dogs. Of course, it's only safe to eat if it doesn't have foreign metal in it.

white dog with blue eyes getting treat

Which Products were Recalled?

Barkworthies and Best Bully Sticks both sell green tripe treats that were affected by this recall. Both of these brands are made by TDBBS LLC. Below are the details of the affected products:

  • Barkworthies Green Tripe, 7oz Bag

    • UPC: 816807015686

    • Item #: 2015686

    • Lot Code: WO151768 and WO152373

    • Best-By Dates: Feb–Mar 2026

  • Best Bully Sticks Green Tripe, 2lb Bag

    • UPC: 816807016027

    • Item #: 1016027

    • Lot Code: WO152669, WO153321, and WO152107

    • Best-By Dates: Mar–Aug 2026

  • Best Bully Sticks Green Tripe, 5lb Bag

    • UPC: 816807016010

    • Item #: 1016010

    • Lot Code: WO151401, WO152319, and WO153179

    • Best-By Dates: Jan–Apr 2026

You can find this information on the back of the bag. The affected products were sold to retail stores nationwide and sent through mail orders. The recalled products have now been removed from store shelves.

No other products are currently affected by this recall. Luckily, no illnesses have been reported related to this recall at this time.

What to Do with the Recalled Products

If your dog consumed any of the recalled products, keep a close eye on their behaviors. Ingesting foreign metals can lead to illness, behavior issues, and more serious health problems. If you notice your dog displaying any unusual symptoms after eating these products, contact your vet right away. It's always better to be safe than sorry with your dog's health.

Stop feeding the recalled products to your dog immediately and throw them away. You can contact TDBBS LLC for information on refunds and any other questions you may have. You can email them at or call them at 877-483-5853 (Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm EST).

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