This is not a recall as such but just something that our readers should be very aware of.
The retailer Giant Tiger as pulled a certain brand of dog treats from their store shelves after a dear family pet died from choking on this product.
The pet in question was a 4 year old female shih tzu named Lexi. She belonged to a family Miscouche, P.E.I.
Lexi was chewing on a Big Chew treat purchased at Giant Tiger when she choked to death. How horrible!
Please be advised that this product is being removed from store shelves until further safety testing can be done.
If you would like more information on this story, visit CBC here. There you will find a photo product packaging.
There is a Giant Tiger Phone Scam circulating throughout Canada!!
This scam telephone call will inform you that you have won a large prize from Giant Tiger. This is not a legitimate call and Giant Tiger wants you to know that they are in no way affiliated with this.
Here is what it reads on their Facebook page
Alert! We want you to be aware of a phone scam where people are contacted and told that they have won a large prize from Giant Tiger. This is a scam and if you receive a phone call of this nature you should hang up immediately. If you have received a phone call of this nature you are encouraged to contact the RCMP Anti-Fraud Line, 1-888-495-8501. For more information on reporting and recognizing fraudulent activity check out the RCMP Anti-Fraud Line website”
Please share so all your friends know as well.
Giant Tiger Price Matches
If you look at the bottom of your flyer: You will see they will price match any competitor advertised price ( except for clearance sales, managers specials, Buy 2 Get 1 Free etc. They also reserve the right to reduce limit.
Are you wanting to see how many stores are near you: Here’s where you can search to find the one’s closest to you.
Giant Tiger is a proudly Canadian chain of stores.
They are stocked with home, fashions, groceries and all of every day’s needs at low prices.
They first opened up in Ottawa Ontario back in 1961, and they now have more than 200 stores across 8 provinces, and opening up more all the time.
Other names of Giant Tiger are Tigre Géant, GTXpress, Scott’s Discount and Chez Tante Marie.