Mars Petcare US is voluntarily recalling 315 bags of PEDIGREE® Adult Complete Nutrition Grilled Steak & Vegetable Flavor Dry Dog Food, specifically in the 44 lb. bag size. This recall is due to the potential presence of loose metal pieces in the bag. 

Yes, you read that correctly, 315 bags. Unfortunately, those 315 bags are spread out over four states. This is affecting stores in Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana.

Details:

Product Name: PEDIGREE® Adult Complete Nutrition Grilled Steak & Vegetable Flavor Dry Dog Food
Bag Size: 44 lb
Best By Date: March 4, 2025
Lot Code: 410B2TXT02
Distribution: Sold by Walmart in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas
Identification: The Best By Date and Lot Code can are located on the bottom seal of the back of the bag.

Pedigree recall images from Petsmart.com - Canva
Pedigree recall images from Petsmart.com - Canva
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The presence of loose metal pieces poses a potential health hazard to pets. Pet owners who believe their pets have consumed the affected product should monitor for unusual behavior and contact a veterinarian if they have any concerns.

To date, there have been no reports of pet injury or illness related to this product. Customers who have purchased the affected product should discontinue its use immediately. For returns or inquiries, please contact Mars Petcare US consumer care at 1-800-525-5273 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Central Standard Time (CST) Monday through Friday, and 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CST) on Saturday and Sunday, or visit PEDIGREE® Product Update.

No other PEDIGREE® or Mars Petcare US products are affected by this recall. Mars Petcare US is collaborating with Walmart in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas to ensure that all affected products are removed from inventory and are no longer available for sale.

Contact Information:
For more information or to initiate a return, contact Mars Petcare US consumer care at 1-800-525-5273. For more details, go to Pedigree.com.

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