Another Dog Food Recall

October 12, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

It is important especially since the Wilderness type of this dog food is the only Grain-free dog food you can get at major pet stores like PetSmart.

Amplify’d from www.medicalnewstoday.com

Possible Vitamin D Overdosed Dry Dog Food Recall By Blue Buffalo Company

Certain Blue Buffalo dry dog foods may have too much vitamin D in them, which could harm the pet’s health, so the company has issued a recall. The affected products include Wilderness Chicken, Large Breed Adult Chicken, and Basics Salmon – all marketed under the BLUE brand.
A dog with excess vitamin D may become lethargic, thirsty and drink lots of water, and urinate frequently. Pet owners who believe their dogs may have consumed these products are advised to check with a veterinarian.
  • Blue Wilderness Chicken Flavor dry dog food – 4.5 1b
    Best If Used By JUL2611Z
    Best If Used By JUL2711Z
    Best If Used By JUL2811Z
  • Blue Wilderness Chicken Flavor dry dog food – 11 lb
    Best If Used By JUL1211B
  • Blue Wilderness Chicken Flavor dry dog food – 24 1b
    Best If Used By JUL1211B
    Best If Used By JUL1311B
  • Blue Basics Limited Ingredient Formula Salmon and Potato Recipe dry dog food – 11 lb
    Best If Used By AUG2111B
    Best If Used By AUG2211B
  • Blue Basics Limited Ingredient Formula Salmon and Potato Recipe dry dog food – 24 lb
    Best If Used By AUG2111B
    Best If Used By SEP2311P
    Best If Used By OCT2611P
  • Blue Life Protection Formula Natural Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe Large Breed Adult dog food – 30 lb
    Best If Used By SEP2211P
    Best If Used By SEP2311P
    Best If Used By OCT2611P
More information is available at telephone number 1-877-523-9114 from 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.Read more at www.medicalnewstoday.com
 

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