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Blue Buffalo/Wilderness food issues

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Jan 30, 2018 6:49 pm

A lot of people still feed this food to fennecs(and other foxes), so be warned. Ikigai came eating the puppy kibble but I quickly switched him to Instinct Ultimate Chicken, canine, though eventually took him off kibble all together. I've been feeding the puppy (Since only a big bag was available) to his roaches though to not waste it but now I think I'll toss it, not on the list but why chance it, lead would get passed on to the bugs and then to him if in the food, such junk, grr.

"This time the law suit was filed due to evidence documenting the fact that several of Blue Buffalo’s dry dog foods contained toxic levels of lead. Lead tainted dog foods included Blue Wilderness Chicken Recipe for Small Breed Adult Dogs, Blue Freedom Grain-Free Chicken Recipe for Small Breed Adult Dogs, and Blue Basics Grain-Free Turkey & Potato Recipe for Adult Dogs."

https://www.chagrinfallspetclinic.com/2 ... -law-suit/
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Re: Blue Buffalo/Wilderness food issues

Postby pat » Tue Jan 30, 2018 8:25 pm

I use to use blue buffalo, from what I remember, they moved the manufacture to china.... Juska posts foods that are not good.

I use very little dry food for all my animals. the one I have now is taste of the wild. so far, I guess, it is OK.
Merrick is good I think, more expensive. my dogs, foxes and raccoons are more apt to eat a little of that. but, I generally cook chicken for them.
it is easier for me to buy the chicken breasts from sams club, cook it, then freeze excess for later.

however, sybil gets a little dog food, but, she gets purina. she eats more of other foods. guess a bears stomach is more durable than foxes icon-smile
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Re: Blue Buffalo/Wilderness food issues

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:42 pm

Beaker was on Taste of the wild lamb before I decided to get a fennec then I switched him to instinct so if the fennec stole it'd be okay for him. Which he did sometimes at first so I picked it up at night so he'd not fill up on it but then he quit wanting it and was picking it out of his meals. I didn't want him on it forever anyway so that worked out, at first he wouldn't eat without some added. Guess he liked the crunch.
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Re: Blue Buffalo/Wilderness food issues

Postby pat » Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:25 pm

TamanduaGirl wrote:Beaker was on Taste of the wild lamb before I decided to get a fennec then I switched him to instinct so if the fennec stole it'd be okay for him. Which he did sometimes at first so I picked it up at night so he'd not fill up on it but then he quit wanting it and was picking it out of his meals. I didn't want him on it forever anyway so that worked out, at first he wouldn't eat without some added. Guess he liked the crunch.


a food dish that is not theirs, always taste better :lol:
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