Brits sent urgent warning after dog food recalled amid fears it contains pieces of metal

Owners have been urged to return the affected products to stores to receive a refund

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Brits have been sent an urgent warning after a dog food product was recalled amid fears it could contain pieces of metal.

Encore, a dog food manufacturer, have recalled two separate batches of its beef selection gravy multipacks as well as a batch of beef steak with potatoes in gravy.

Those who have already purchased the items have been urged not to give their dogs the food.

While they have been told to return the batches to the store in exchange for a refund.

The Food Standards Agency said: "We urge customers who have bought this product not to feed it to their dog and return it to the store with or without a receipt from where it was bought for a full refund."

The batches that have been included in the recall are, the Encore Beef Selection in Gravy five-pack multipack with a best before date of December 9, 2024 and a batch code of LU1-343.

While the Encore Beef Selection in Gravy five-pack multipack with the best before date of October 29, 2024 and batch code of LU1-302 is also being recalled.

The third batch included is the Encore Beef Steak with Potatoes in Gravy individual tins with the best before date of December 2024 and batch code of LU1343D.

In a notice to all stores selling its products, Encore said: "Encore is recalling its multipack Beef Selection in Gravy because theBeef Steak with Potatoes in Gravy tin (156g) may contain small pieces of metal, which is sold only as part of a multipack.

"We urge customers who have bought this product not to feed it to their dog and to return the Multipack for a full refund with or without a receipt.

"We're sorry for any inconvenience this precautionary recall may cause.

"No other Encore products are affected by this recall."