In a lawsuit alleging Dynamic Pet Products LLC and Frick’s Meat Products Inc. deceptively marketed their Real Ham Bone for Dogs Products, a settlement has been reached.
According to the Lawsuit, “Defendants represent in their advertising and marketing materials that the Real Ham Bone for Dogs is a safe and appropriate product for dogs. These representations are false and misleading because the product is extremely hazardous to dogs.”
The plaintiff claimed that the Real Ham Bone Products created “needle-like shards” that could puncture the dogs intestinal tract, potentially being fatal. In addition, the plaintiff stated, “As a result of consuming this product, numerous dogs have experienced vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, internal bleeding, infection, and death.”
Class Members of the Real Ham Bone for Dogs settlement include anyone who purchased the Real Ham Bone product or who sustained a pet injury/property damage from the use of the product between Jan. 1, 2011 and May 12, 2017.
A potential Award includes:
- Up to $2,500 for documented veterinary bills and expenses for pet injury or death caused by the Real Ham Bone for Dogs product and up to $3 per Ram Ham Bone product purchased. Class
- Members who submit a proof of purchase along with their Claim Form can claim up to 10 bones, for a total of $30. Consumers who bought Real Ham Bone for Dogs products during the Class period can claim up to four bones without a receipt, for a total of $12.
Deadline to file a claim: 9/9/17
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Michael Taylor, et al. v. Dynamic Pet Products LLC, et al., Case No. 1616-CV11531, in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri at Independence