Milk-Bone Dog Treats

 There has been no Milk-Bone recall.

Milk Bone recall

Milk-Bone’s origins stretch back more than 100 years. The dog treats were first made in New York City in 1908 at the F.H. Bennett Biscuit Company. The company needed a larger manufacturing facility and moved to Buffalo, New York, in 1957 and still operates there today.

In the past few years, the brand has made low-calorie treats, trail mix and dental chews. It recently introduced Milk-Bone Brushing Chews, which claim to be just as effective as reducing tartar and bad breath as brushing a dog’s teeth twice a week.

Milk-Bone Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Milk-Bone Original, Milk-Bone Flavor Snacks, Milk-Bone GravyBones, Milk-Bone Healthy Favorites, Milk-Bone Brushing Chews, Milk-Bone Good Morning, Milk-Bone Healthy Favorites Chewy Treats, Milk-Bone MaroSnacks, Milk-Bone Trail Mix
Cost: $
Company: Big Heart Pet Brands
Headquarters: One Maritime Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94111
Contact info: 1-800-252-7022, email, website

Has Milk-Bone Ever Been Recalled?

No. Milk-Bone brand dog treats have never been recalled, according to our research. The company did withdraw 2 sizes of biscuits (Lot #12071K) from distribution in 2011, but the items were said to have posed no safety risk (the biscuits had not completely dried after baking). A withdrawal, as opposed to a full recall, indicates a minor violation that would not trigger any legal action from the FDA.

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16 Comments

  1. Chris
    June 16, 2016

    Does anyone know if there was a recall on Milk Bone Healthy Favorites Chicken Flavor?

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    1. Dave Baker
      June 16, 2016

      Hi Chris,

      No, there has never been a Milk-Bone recall, to our knowledge.

      Reply
  2. Billy Wood
    October 06, 2016

    our dog is getting diarrhea from these Milk Bone Soft and Chewy Chicken Flavor so we will stop buying them.

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    1. Melissa Smith
      October 07, 2016

      I’m sorry to hear that Billy – there is nothing worse than a sick pupper! I hope he or she feels better soon 🙁

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      1. Billy Wood
        October 08, 2016

        Thank you!! She seems to be feeling well but her digestive tract is not quite back to normal yet. Been trying vanilla yogurt along with chicken and rice for dinner and her normal Kibbles and Bits Small breed with 2 marrow bones for breakfast. I give her a half a serving of yogurt for breakfast and dinner just to help get her back on track. I think we need to stay away from anything that says soft and chewy.. 🙁 wish there was an alternative that she could eat because she really enjoys the flavor.

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        1. Melissa Smith
          October 08, 2016

          If I come across something I will definitely let you know. Keeping all my fingers crossed that she feels all better soon!

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  3. Tammy England Wolf
    October 08, 2016

    Billy Wood, my dachshund has experienced diarrhea too. I have found it helps to add a tablespoon of Libby’s canned pure pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mix) to his chicken and rice each meal which helps by absorbing excess water in his intestines.

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    1. Billy Wood
      October 18, 2016

      Thanks so much!! 🙂 on top of the chicken bones causing her issues it seems this current bag of Kibbles and Bits Small Breed was causing her diarrhea. I will email Kibbles and Bits about it along with the package information. Maybe it was her food all along and not the chicken bones? However, she has had diarrhea after the chicken bones several times in the past, but not to the point of lasting a week or more.

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      1. Sheila Delaney
        October 21, 2016

        OMG, Billy. Do not give your pup chicken bones. That can kill her.

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        1. Billy Wood
          October 21, 2016

          Oh we know the Chicken Bones are bad too… we will not be feeding those to here ever again.

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          1. Melissa Smith
            October 22, 2016

            Hi Billy! It’s best not to do chicken bones – they tend to splinter more so than other types of bones so they can cause damage once inside your pupper.

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            1. Billy Wood
              October 22, 2016

              Oh my goodness.. lol not actual chicken bones.. they are soft and chewy Milk Bone treats as my other posts here indicate. They make our dog have diarrhea. Now the Kibbles and Bits Small Breed was doing the same thing. We have been giving her marrow bones for treats by Milk Bone and feeding her Rachel Ray’s dry food now.

  4. Jo
    February 26, 2017

    Both of my dogs got explosive diarrhea from Milk Bone MaroSnacks that were given to them from the mail lady. It took a while to figure it out because
    Maggie got sick this past Thursday and Jake got sick Saturday. He pooped out half the treat, never digested it. Nasty treats from Milk Bone.

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    1. Melissa Smith
      February 27, 2017

      Oh that’s awful – I definitely recommend getting in touch with the manufacturer listed on the box if you think it’s the snacks. They need to know!

      Reply
  5. Debi Kelly
    March 30, 2017

    I can’t find the healthy favorites granola biscuits at my Walmart lately. Are they recalled?

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    1. Melissa Smith
      April 01, 2017

      Hi Debi! I haven’t heard of a recall with these. It may be that Walmart simply elected to stop carrying them. I’d start by calling Walmart and asking them if they’re just out or if they plan to carry them again 🙂

      Reply

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