Blue Buffalo Dry Dog Food, Fish and Sweet Potato Recipe, 30-Pound Bag

  • Life Protection Formula
  • Wholesome Whole Grains
  • Healthy Garden Veggies

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Dogs love our tasty whitefish, and it provides them with essential amino acids they need every day. Wholesome Whole Grains: Hearty whole grains like brown rice, barley and oats supply the complex carbohydrates that your dog needs for energy. Healthy Garden Veggies: Whole carrots, sweet potatoes and garlic are three of the nutrient-rich vegetables that your puppy will get in every bite of BLUE…. More >>

Blue Buffalo Dry Dog Food, Fish and Sweet Potato Recipe, 30-Pound Bag

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3 Responses to “Blue Buffalo Dry Dog Food, Fish and Sweet Potato Recipe, 30-Pound Bag”

  • This food is disappointing. I was told by the salesperson that Blue Buffalo had less filler so less waste. My dane was on Natural Choice and we had great results with waste reduction and so did a friend but the Blue Buffalo salesperson caught me on this day that I decided it was time to end the food from the breeder. I told her my #1 would be waste, and #2 joint health.

    Our Newfie was on this for months and I mean months and she constantly went to the bathroom and in loose, large amounts. It was INSANE. I couldn’t take it anymore and put her on Natural Choice and WITH A FOOD CHANGE, the dog had 1 stool on the first day.

    So if you are looking for less waste, this is not the product for you.

    I am a busy stay at home mom of 2 and it is tough to go to the store, and their 30lbs bag is silly. Why not 35lbs like every other food?

    Yes, I fed the dog the proper amount and not more than instructed.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  • First off, if you compare the price of this by weight to regular food that is loaded with corn and rice, don’t. My dogs eat about 1/2 as much of this food because there is actual nutrition in this and not a bunch of filler. I slowly cycled this food into their old food, because it’s quite a change and if you don’t your dog could be making awful messes. Imagine not eating red meat for a month and then slamming a big ol’ steak.

    I went with the fish and potato because my doberman has some skin issues. The dry skin cleared up after a while. For some reason none of the dogs will eat the black bits in the food. There aren’t a lot of them, but I think it’s odd.

    The only thing I really don’t like about this food is the smell. If you don’t close the bag up tight it can smell very fishy around it, and your dogs breath will smell a little fishy after they eat it. Other than that the pooches seem happy.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • I have been feeding Blue Buffalo foods to my Golden Retriever, who is almost 3 years old, since I brought him home as a 7 week old puppy. As a veterinary technician, I am aware of many common health problems in the breed, allergies being one of them. Knowing that corn and other fillers can be the cause of allergies, I wanted a food that only used the best ingredients. I looked into many different brands that were reported to use quality ingredients. Blue Buffalo, it turned out, was the only such brand that was readily available in my area.

    The breeder had been feeding Eukanuba Puppy food, so I started “Bruce” on a mixture of the Eukanuba Puppy and the Blue Buffalo Puppy. He would actually pick out the Eukanuba and only eat the B.B. kibbles (one of my coworkers reports that her Dachshund puppy did the same when she switched him to B.B.). So, I ultimately gave up on trying to mix the foods and just fed straight B.B. He would, sometimes, pick out those “Lifesource Bits” and leave them scattered all over the floor but is now a voracious eater and is not picky at all.

    As he is now an adult, I have been feeding him a variety of the B.B. flavors. I started him with the B.B. Large Breed formula, then switched to the Fish and Sweet Potato, then the Lamb and so on. I am hoping that by rotating the formulas, I will be able to prevent or, at least, cut down on any food allergies and provide him with a healthy variety of nutrients. Since he quickly scarfs down any food I put down for him, I can’t see that he has any preference to flavor. He loves them all.

    I can report that, to date, “Bruce” has been an extremely healthy dog. His coat is thick and shiny, his eyes are clear, and he is a very solid 95 Lbs. Everyone that sees him oohs and aahs over how handsome he is. I know a lot of that is genetics but I’m sure Blue Buffalo had a little something to do with it, as well.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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