On July 3, 2019 Pet Supplies Plus published a press release to the FDA website announcing a recall of its bulk ear products sold to dog owners as treats. The company was concerned that the treats might be infected with salmonella. As a trade publication explained “Salmonella can not only affect animals that eat the product, but also pose a risk to humans who handle, especially if they have not washed their hands”. To date no one has fallen ill from contact with the company’s products but 45 people in 13 states have been diagnosed with Salmonella-related illness from bulk ear products. Three different public and non-traded BDCS have $17mn in exposure to Pet Supplies Plus, in the form of both debt and equity, which began only in IVQ 2018, and is valued at cost. We cannot determine as yet what impact – if any – this recall might have on the company’s business and prospects.