OK I'm getting concerned now..Wheezie and Abbott have been on Blue puppy til they were 8 months then we switched to the Chicken and rice adult but quickly switched since bullies don't tolerate it well.They are currently on the Wilderness Salmon .We have had no real issues .But I was researching different foods and on the Consumer Affairs page it was lit up with negative reviews on Blue..Any input from anyone.. I believe it has a 5 star
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It looks like a good food. Why were people giving it negative reviews?
Blue is a solid food. What were people saying about it?
A friend of mine recently posted a video on Facebook..he found worms in a brand new bag of blue wilderness grain free bison..the video was pretty nasty and they didn't respond to him other than an apology by email
I'll have to go on and read the posts.. It happened about a month ago..I just sent him a message so I'll let you know the details when he gets back to me
I found this link, but it should be noted that this article was written 2 years ago, March 2013. Pet owners blame Blue Buffalo for their animals' illnesses; FDA expresses concern about continuing pet food issues
Blue has also been sued by purina too for comparing their foods. I think blue wilderness is a good food personally, but I still prefer Fromm well above it.
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Blue Wilderness is good.
Blue Buffalo has issued a voluntary recall of some of their products (including Wilderness) back in 2010. I always see this as a good sign that they are committed to quality when they recall voluntarily. I started feeding raw a few years ago, so I haven't paid attention to recalls since then.
Having worms on one bag of dog food is usually not a manufacturer's issue. If there is a worm problem with the manufacturer, it will not be present in only one bag - you'll have multiple reports of it. Usually, isolated incidences like this is caused by something in the supply chain - like the bag got snagged during shipment/storage that caused a tiny puncture that then caused moisture and pest to enter the bag ending up in worms.
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I used Blue Wilderness for my bullies awhile back… things were going well at first, and then they started having awful gas attacks and loose stools. It was the Blue Buffalo Wilderness… I assumed it was an allergy issue and I switched my bullies to Fromms. Never had a problem like that since...
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I had Bella and Dozer on Blue Buffalo Freedom Puppy when thet were puppys, Bella did well on it but not Dozer.
I've always read good things about it but the reviews some as early as this month were saying that their dogs had bloody stool and urine, lethargic etc. My thoughts were was it canned or dry and were there other issues going on.. One even said their dog died after eating it.Of course I know not everything online is the Gospel but I'm a bully parent and we may freak out sometimes