Blue Buffalo Recalls Dog Food Due to Potential Metal Fragments

Posted by Paige Cerulli
Blue Buffalo dog food

Blue Buffalo has recalled a variety of its canned dog food due to possible aluminum fragment contamination. 

If you feed your dog Blue Buffalo dog food, there's an important recall that you should be aware of. On February 13, 2017, Blue Buffalo recalled a limited amount of wet dog food cans. The affected cans are the Homestyle Recipe Healthy Weight and the Chicken Dinner with Garden Vegetables 12.5-ounce cans for dogs. They have an expiration date of August 3, 2019, and a UPC code of 8-40243-10017-0.

No other foods are affected.

Dog German shepherd eating or drinking from bowl

The recalled cans potentially contain aluminum fragments. If you have these recalled cans, you can return them to the retailer for a full refund, or you can call 866-800-2917 for additional information.

According to a statement released by Blue Buffalo:

"No other Blue Buffalo products are involved, and we have not received any reports of illness or injury as a result of the problems giving rise to this recall."

The full statement is available here.

No matter what brand of food you feed your pet, it's always a good idea to subscribe to the manufacturer's email newsletter, as well as to follow them on social media. We'll always bring you the latest information on important pet food recalls, but following the manufacturer directly can also help to keep you up to date on any important information.

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