2010-10-12-Recall! Blue Buffalo-Disproportionate Vitamin D levels

Release Date: Tuesday, October 12 , 2010

The Blue Buffalo Co. issued a voluntary recall for three of its dry dog food products that may contain excessive amounts of Vitamin D, which could cause Hypercalcemia in dogs.

The following dog foods were recalled by Blue Buffalo: Wilderness Chicken in 4.5-pound, 11-pound and 24-pound bags, marked with “best by” dates JUL1211B, JUL1311B, JUL2611Z, JUL2711Z and JUL2811Z; Basics Salmon in 11-pound and 24-pound bags, marked with “best by” dates AUG2111B and AUG2211B; and Large Breed Adult Chicken in 30-pound bags, marked with “best by” dates SEP 22 11 P, SEP 23 11 P, and OCT 26 11 P.

The affected products were sold nationwide at pet stores, retailers and wholesale outlets. Consumers are asked to return any unused product for a refund. According to the company, 36 dogs nationwide were reported having symptoms consistent with too much Vitamin D in their systems after being fed these recipes.


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