If your beloved pet suddenly stops eating their food, suddenly got sick, and you believe it’s the result of their food, you must do your due diligence and report this to the necessary agencies. If the food had a bad odor, foreign objects, or signs of mold, or off-color do not feed it!
Your dogs are good judges of their food, if they do not want to eat it suddenly, there is usually a reason. While we rely upon the Food and Drug Administration to regulate and check these foods, sometimes things can be missed and overlook, but they must be reported.
If your pet is Sick from Pet Food
If your pet is experiencing loss of appetite, vomiting or diarrhea immediately after using a possibly contained Blue Buffalo Food, please stop feeding the food, and Call your Vet for treatment
- Return the Food to the Pet Store (100% Money Back Guarantee)
- Report the event to Blue Buffalo (800) 919-2833
- Report the event to the FDA:
- Report to Consumer Affairs:
- Report to your Local Food and Drug Office
- Pet owners who believe their pet has had lead poising (Vomiting, Diarrhea, and or onset of Liver Failure, and has documentation from their Veterinarian) from the Blue Buffalo Dog Food and have interest in joining the class action lawsuit may contact the Law Firm Directly Robbins Arroyo LLP (619) 525-3990
Please save all your vet bills, so you can report as detailed of information as possible! You must save the UPC code from the bag, as well as dating, specific name, and identification information. Take pictures and document everything. When reporting to these agencies please be as detailed as possible in your reports, when the symptoms started, what happened, the treatment and food used.
If people start reporting these incidents companies can start to be held responsible for their actions.
Here are some other related articles on Blue Buffalo from Chagrin Falls Pet and Veterinary Clinic