Good Buddy Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

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 No Good Buddy recalls to date.

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Brand Name: Good Buddy
Related Brands: 
OrganixPristine and Natural Ultramix
Product Lines:
All Americans USA-Raised Beef Recipe, All Americans USA-Raised Chicken Recipe, Grain Free Dental Chews Little Bones, Grain Free Dental Chews Medium Bones, Jerky Strips Real Chicken Recipe, Jerky Strips Real Salmon Recipe, Prime Patties Real Beef Recipe, Prime Patties Real Turkey Recipe, Sausage Cuts Real Beef Recipe, Rawhide Bone With Natural Chicken Flavor
Castor & Pollux Natural PetWorks
P.O. Box 9800, Amarillo, TX 79105
[email protected]

Good Buddy Company Overview

Shelley Gunton and her husband, Brian Connolly, founded Castor & Pollux pet food 20 years ago. They introduced a natural line in 2000 and were acquired by Merrick Pet Care, Inc. in 2012. Castor & Pollux manufactures natural and organic products for dogs and cats.

In the summer of 2015, Merrick was acquired by Nestlé Purina PetCare. The company also makes pet food products under the brand lines Organix, Pristine, and Natural Ultramix.

Has There Ever Been a Good Buddy Recall?

No. There has never been a Good Buddy recall. The Castor & Pollux Good Buddy dog treats brand has never been recalled, although the company’s Natural Ultramix brand line has had one recall (in 2007).

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