It’s the third Blue Buffalo recall of 2017. We know our dogs deserve better food, but we’re wondering why the rest of the pet food industry isn’t on the same page.
Dog food recall: BLUE Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe Red Meat Dinner
Date of recall: March 17, 2017
Recalled for: Naturally occuring levels of beef thyroid hormone
Recalled varieties (1):
BLUE Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe Red Meat Dinner Wet Food for Adult Dogs
Size: 12.5 ounce can
UPC Code: 840243101153
Best-By Date: June 7, 2019 (bottom of can)
This voluntary recall was released after a dog was reported sick after eating this Blue Buffalo dog food, and the FDA advised a recall. We’re disheartened to hear that, yet again, it takes a dog getting sick for companies to consider that artificial, low-quality ingredients should be removed from shelves.
If you know anyone who is feeding this food to their dog, please share the news to make sure no other dogs fall ill. The best way to protect ourselves and our dogs from harmful foods is by spreading awareness, and demanding that our four-legged best friends are fed as high of quality food as the rest of the family. You should never have to worry about your dog’s food poisoning them.
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