Blue Buffalo Wilderness Canned Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Canned Dog Food - an independent review, star rating and recall history by the editors of The Dog Food Advisor.
I changed both my cat and dog to the Blue Buffalo because of its 5 star review and consumer promises. 3 months later my perfectly healthy dog developed a bad urinary tract infection, with very bad diarrhea and a nasty skin infection. Since seeing my vet, it was determined to be the food that was causing this. After only 2 days of changing the food, the urinary problem has cleared up, along with antibiotics. 3 weeks now of being off the "BLUE WILDERNESS SALMON" and she is back to her old self. I was recommended this food because it's grain-free and very expensive so I assumed it was a good choice, although
Great website, as I have a dog that does sports, I am always concerned about making sure that he is getting a high quality food. I have had him on Evo, which has done well with, but since they were bought out, I have concerns that they will start to cut corners. I was also concerned about the very high protein levels, that, that might cause some kidney issues. So I am switching to Blue Buffalo Wilderness – your reviews look great, but there are some red flagged items. Am I better to keep him on Evo? His sports are flyball and agility and if you can beleive it, he is a French Bulldog.
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I read several reviews before writing this COMPLAINT. My lab became very ill several weeks ago - chronic diarrhea, lethargic, weight loss, dehydrated and the list goes on. Spent close to $2,000 in vet bills for tests, X-rays, ultrasound, hospital stay and medicine. Would not eat. The ultrasound revealed that his intestines were inflamed and his blood proteins were very low. Tried plain boiled chicken and rice. Realized after he ate the Blue Buffalo Senior Chicken and Brown Rice he immediately went outside and was horribly sick. Spoke with vet and immediately stopped feeding the dog food; however, I was still giving him Blue Wilderness treats. I put my 2 dogs on Blue Buffalo wilderness based on this review. This food almost killed both my dogs. It caused severe diarrhea in both my dogs and a bleeding ulcer in one of them. He was within hours of dying. He is now on a 2 week course of omeprazole to treat the ulcer and still cannot tolerate any dog food. We have to feed him cottage cheese. I wrote to Blue buffalo as well. I would NEVER give this food to any dog.New to the site. I used this site to choose blue wilderness for my lab/golden mix. Recently I have read A LOT of negative reviews about blue buffalo the last 2 months. Of all the things I read, none were about the wilderness food. My dog likes the food but I may try something else just in case everything I read is true. What are your thoughts? Seems like something changed and quality control went into the tank. Blue Buffalo Wilderness has made my four dogs extremely ill. I am so distressed, my four dogs have been eating Blue Buffalo for almost a year. Recently, they have all started showing distressing symptoms… they have become lethargic, eating grass and vomiting daily, diarrhea, and EXCESSIVE thirst. I can’t keep their water bowls full, their drinking of water has doubled in the past month. I connected it to their food (the only thing they all had in common) and stopped immediately, returning all bags and cans of Blue Buffalo back to the store. I started them on cooked rice and chicken (made by me in my own kitchen) and after only two days, they are already doing better. No one has vomited since they stopped eating the Blue Buffalo. They are all seeing the vet tomorrow for bloodwork as this excessive thirst could a kidney issue. They have even lost weight while eating this toxic food. I cannot believe the company has not pulled this food off the shelves. Go to consumer reviews, there are over 248 complaints about the same symptoms dogs are having and some have already died. I contacted the company, with no response. I will switch my dogs to Merrick or Fromm, both seem to be made by the original family company. Blue Buffalo was sold recently and obviously may be getting their products from China… just my guess. Never again will I touch a Blue Buffalo product and am hoping my dogs have not been permanently damaged. I feel so guilty that I fed them this toxic food.