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I have a 5 year old miniature schnauzer. She has had trouble with “schnauzer bumps” all her life. I’ve tried everything to help keep the bumps under control. I finally decided to try changing her food. I fed her several different brands of dog food and then I finally fed her Blue Wilderness (chicken). No more “schnauzer bumps”!! It took several weeks, but her back is now clear.

See how the ingredients in BLUE Wilderness® compare to other dog food brands.

There are many ingredients that are considered less than desirable by pet parents who want to feed their dog or cat with the same care as a family member. Surprisingly, when you look at dog food and cat food labels, you’ll see some of these ingredients in many of the leading pet food brands – but not in BLUE.

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Take the True BLUE Test and see how the ingredients in your dog or cat food brand compare to the ones in BLUE. Blue Buffalo isn’t the best food money can buy. I think you should look up a true holistic pet food store and go there to do some research. I feed my dogs ZIgnature- it’s a limited ingrediant dog food. Fromm is a great brand also. If you want even better Evo or Orijen is a great way to go if you can’t afford raw.

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Blue Wilderness is a high-protein, low-carbohydrate food that contains a higher concentration of the delicious chicken you know your dog will love, plus it's formulated to meet the specific needs of small breed dogs. Inspired by the diet of wolves, true omnivores whose endurance is legendary, Blue Wilderness Small Breed is specially formulated by animal nutritionists in a unique small-bite kibble perfect for smaller jaws that is specially shaped to promote tartar removal. High-quality ingredients for a high performance diet. Deboned chicken, chicken meal and turkey meal supply the protein your small breed dog needs to support an active lifestyle. Sweet potatoes, oatmeal and potatoes provide healthy complex carbohydrates for lasting endurance. Cranberries, blueberries and carrots support antioxidant enrichment. A sensible alternative to raw diets that doesn't require additional supplementation to ensure it is nutritionally complete. Contains no corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors or flavors, preservatives, chicken or poultry by-product meals. Contains exclusive LifeSource Bits that have a precise blend of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants selected by holistic veterinarians and animal nutritionists. These include ingredients that have been shown to help strengthen your dog's immune system and protect him from the negative impact of environmental toxins. And, unlike other brands that add vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, LifeSource Bits are "cold–formed" to preserve their full potency. Ideal for outdoor dogs and their active lifestyle.

Top 1,638 Complaints and Reviews about Blue Buffalo Pet Foods


I was appalled when I found this site! I was looking to lodge a complaint against Blue Buffalo when I found it. I am so glad I did. I have noticed my dog lethargic after switching to this brand can food (limited ingredient) and have even worse news about their dental bones. I had not put 2 and 2 together and now will take my dog off of everything "Blue"!! My complaint was because I just got off the phone with "customer service" and was told to go to the store to get credit when I learned that their treats "health bars" which state on the top of the FRONT of the bag "NO CHICKEN/POULTRY BY PRODUCT MEALS, NO CORN, WHEAT OR SOY, NO ARTIFICIAL PRESERVATIVES, NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS'' and found out too late, that listed in the ingredients in small print on the BACK of the bag is CHICKEN MEAL. Smith – consumeraffairs. com is a complaint site. Therefore, complaints is what you will see. It is not a site where satisfiied customers give unbiased reviews. Rather it is Blue Buffalo or another brand if a person reads carefully is it often clear that problems were the fault of the owner, such as no transition from a previous food to the new, overfeeding, giving a dog who has only had table food full bowls of kibble, feeding from a bag that has been open for 3 months and stored in a garage or shed during the heat of summer, having a dog that has had frequent urination and consumed large quantities of water before the new food but “suddenly” has kidney failure after being fed the new food . . .