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    DOG TREATS RECALLED

    Saralaya
    Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:48 pm
    Forum Host
    (I feel like the dog treat Grinch sometimes.... but here's yet another one... this one is recalled...)

    http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm332004.htm

    Here is the copy in the clear from the FDA website:

    Claudia’s Canine Cuisine® Voluntarily Recalls it’s Dogcandy® Brand of Holiday Hound Cake (7.5 Oz.) and Blueberry Hound Cake (7.5 Oz) Manufactured for, Distributed, and Sold in Approximately 130 Petsmart Stores Because of The Possibility of Mold


    Contact:
    Consumer:
    501-851-0002
    Irma Harbour


    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 12, 2012 - The product in question is a single production run and packed in a 7.5 ounce paw print bag marked with a best by date of 08-2015. The best by date can be found on the ingredient label on the back of the package just above the UPC bar code. The UPC for the Blueberry Hound Cake is: 692614010058; The UPC for the Holiday Hound Cake is: 692614010041.

    The recall applies to 7.5 oz. bags of DogCandy® Holiday Hound Cake and Blueberry Hound Cake because the cakes have the potential to become moldy. These cakes were manufactured specifically for PetSmart Corporation and distributed to approximately 130 PetSmart stores in 36 states. No other products have been impacted.

    Selected stores in the following states carried the cakes: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.

    Mold was found on several cakes after they were delivered to the stores. Under investigation the company discovered that the cakes contained higher moisture content due to the product being packaged while still warm. The company has taken every precaution and implemented new additional procedures to correct the issue.

    Claudia’s Canine Cuisine® has not received any reports of illness associated with the affected product. If you purchased one of these cakes, please return it to your nearest PetSmart store for a full refund or send to Claudia's Canine Cuisine® 100 Four Paws Lane, Maumelle, Arkansas 72113 and indicate if you want a refund or a replacement product. All shipping fees will also be reimbursed.

    Consumers who have purchased any of the 7.5 oz. bags of DogCandy® Holiday Hound Cake and/or Blueberry Hound Cake should discontinue use of the product. Consumers with questions may contact Claudia’s Canine Cuisine® Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Central Standard Time) by calling 1-501-851-0002. You may also send an email to: info@claudiascaninecuisine.com
    Krislady
    Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:31 pm
    Forum Host
    You know what never gets recalled?

    Liver. Beef liver, chicken liver, real - most actual food never gets recalled. And it's probably better for them anyway. icon_confused.gif

    I made Jar some new treats a couple of weeks back - I've been collecting the livers in a container in the freezer every time I roast a chicken - pureed them, added some oat flour and a couple of eggs and baked it.

    Chicken liver brownies. He loves 'em.
    Saralaya
    Thu Dec 13, 2012 3:48 pm
    Forum Host
    Hmmmmm Chicken Liver Brownies..... I think my carnivore hubby might like them! Actually my kitties might like them.... do you have a recipe for those posted...and if not... would you?
    K9 Owned
    Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:58 pm
    Forum Host
    Krislady wrote:
    You know what never gets recalled?

    Liver. Beef liver, chicken liver, real - most actual food never gets recalled. And it's probably better for them anyway. icon_confused.gif

    I made Jar some new treats a couple of weeks back - I've been collecting the livers in a container in the freezer every time I roast a chicken - pureed them, added some oat flour and a couple of eggs and baked it.

    Chicken liver brownies. He loves 'em.

    I'm with you. It takes very little time and costs much less to make treats than to buy them. The peace of mind is priceless. I scored on a bag of chicken hearts last week. Washed them and put them on a baking sheet at 225 for about 3 hours until they were only slight spongy. My guys LOVE them!
    Krislady
    Fri Dec 14, 2012 6:53 am
    Forum Host
    Saralaya wrote:
    Hmmmmm Chicken Liver Brownies..... I think my carnivore hubby might like them! Actually my kitties might like them.... do you have a recipe for those posted...and if not... would you?


    I didn't have an actual recipe. icon_redface.gif

    Seriously, I dumped some oatmeal (a couple of cups, maybe?) in the food processor until it was basically flour, poured that into a bowl, dumped a pint container of defrosted chicken livers into the work bowl and pureed that, along with a couple of eggs, then I stirred that "eeew" mixture into the processed oats, added a little romano cheese for really no good reason, and dumped it into a greased 9-inch square pan no, wait a minute, I lined the pan with parchment because I didn't know if it would stick or be disgusting! - then I baked it at about 350, I think, until it was about the consistency of brownies. It was maybe 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick.

    Once it was cooled, I cut it into little cubes and froze in several baggies - I just pull one out of the freezer at a time.

    Next time I make it I'll pay more attention, though it does take a while to accumulate all those chicken livers. icon_wink.gif

    And yes, I know I can buy a container of them at the supermarket - they're $2, but where's the fun in that? icon_lol.gif
    Connie Lea
    Fri Dec 14, 2012 8:54 am
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    Ewwww yummy. I'm betting my dogs would love them though. I kind of quit making treats for my guys, but may have to go back to it. They do like them and the ones you buy are terribly expensive, not to mention not as good for them. I cook up huge batches of cooked dog food for them. They love it.
    K9 Owned
    Fri Dec 14, 2012 9:16 am
    Forum Host
    I don't buy any where near enough whole chickens to save the innards. Three livers a years won't work. icon_smile.gif The brownies you made sound very similar to ones I used to make for Chase except I used flax meal. They eventually asked me to stop taking them to training classes bc the other dogs would be all over me and my doggy crack. icon_smile.gif
    Saralaya
    Fri Dec 14, 2012 12:24 pm
    Forum Host
    Krislady wrote:
    Saralaya wrote:
    Hmmmmm Chicken Liver Brownies..... I think my carnivore hubby might like them! Actually my kitties might like them.... do you have a recipe for those posted...and if not... would you?


    I didn't have an actual recipe. icon_redface.gif

    Seriously, I dumped some oatmeal (a couple of cups, maybe?) in the food processor until it was basically flour, poured that into a bowl, dumped a pint container of defrosted chicken livers into the work bowl and pureed that, along with a couple of eggs, then I stirred that "eeew" mixture into the processed oats, added a little romano cheese for really no good reason, and dumped it into a greased 9-inch square pan no, wait a minute, I lined the pan with parchment because I didn't know if it would stick or be disgusting! - then I baked it at about 350, I think, until it was about the consistency of brownies. It was maybe 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick.

    Once it was cooled, I cut it into little cubes and froze in several baggies - I just pull one out of the freezer at a time.

    Next time I make it I'll pay more attention, though it does take a while to accumulate all those chicken livers. icon_wink.gif

    And yes, I know I can buy a container of them at the supermarket - they're $2, but where's the fun in that? icon_lol.gif


    Kris- NO apologies necessary.. Thanks! With the ratios I can figure out how to try it if I decide to make some for my guys!! That's what I needed....about how much oats....did you add them whole.... etc..is this is great! Thanks again. if I do it, I will let you guys know how they turned out and how the girls like them.
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