It thought what a waste of money if a lot of the food is not eaten. Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) I am willing to pay more but only for healthy ingredients.Our dog was quite sickened by Blue Buffalo and it was from the food that was recalled. !My four-year-old American Staffordshire terrier a blue buffalo exclusively I bought it from Chewie.com he couldn’t control his bowels blood was coming out of his rear end until he got so weak he couldn’t stand up. Blue Buffalo provides nutritious recipes that include natural ingredients, high-quality meat, fish, or poultry, and fruit and vegetables. It takes me about 2 hours every couple of months to make my pets food and I store it in the freezer in wide mouth freezer jars. No issues with diarrhea or vomiting since. As long as Humanity’s ignorance and it’s generally male population’s desire to pretend that their Corgis (or any other obviously domestic dogs) are really wolves or the very least a wolf hybrids and want to buy Blue Buffalo to feed them ‘right and proper’, PetSmart, PetCo, Pet Club, and Tractor Supply WILL continue to sell it for premium prices. That is not true.Here are some resources that actually have merit for those of you that insist on reading for yourself.Please try to open your minds and stop buying into the crazy theories comparing your dogs to wolves. Last updated 12th May 2020 - previous update 3rd July 2019 + originally published 10th August 2018. If anyone knows the best way to start litigation, please give some direction. I fed my cats bb for the last decade (give or take a couple years, but I know my vet has documentation of it), and they both developed kidney disease unexpectedly.
I have been purchasing BB dog food basics for years and never really had problems. Again, we went to specialists and found she had an unexplained mass in her stomach. So yes they are completely in the wrong and lying about everything. Plus, she’s got great pictures which is a plus for visually minded people like me! Wanted to clarify that.I hope you and your vet reported this matter to the FDA:I wish we had vets in NM that can recommend beyond Hills Diet By-product food. But to me anyway, when I read “lamb” as an ingredient, it’s just too sad. Claim: Blue Buffalo Dental Bones pose a severe risk of injury or death to dogs, gravely injured a dog named Dallas, and led to the deaths of other dogs. It happened so quick from a healthy young male and then blood coming out of his rear end and so weak he couldn’t get up until finally I had to euthanize my buddy. Otherwise, I recommend buying a human-edible pet food made in a licensed human food facility.Do you know what is really interesting? That is called misbranding and it’s not legal.By products, no matter the of the source is listed, are NOT good for pets! She also has some dehydrated food that she uses if she is in a rush. We’ve thought about trying that to save some cash, but just haven’t yet. I agree that many of us in the U.S. have gone pretty nuts over pet nutrition. My cats eat Taste of the Wild which one loves and does well with and the other has a skin allergy that shows up. The trauma we went through watching them both go from healthy loving animals to death is something we will never get over. I don’t mind the fruits and veggies but not sure about the raw meat>Honst Kitchen – Kindly. Period. If your dog is doing well on his food, don’t change.All I have been hearing about lately is, raw chicken, bones and all. He was put on an IV because of the dehydration from throwing up, and he was given an anti nausea medication as well as antibiotics that only seemed to help for a little bit. Can you share this or would it possibly be a conflict?Well, I make my own (raw, organic) and I supplement their diet with human-edible pet food (dehydrated).My first & best Chihuahua died from Innova dog food!! We use the base and add in lean turkey, kefir and coconut oil. They are in the food because they are cheap, period. Most vets I have worked with seem to put very little thought into what they feed and recommend and, yes, Science Diet is often high on their list. Is that type food involved also?