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  • in reply to: serious concerns about blue buffalo #89911 Report Abuse
    laura t
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    they did ultrasound, but thank you for your concern! I truly appreciate your help. Had I not read these posts I would of thought I was the only one pestering the vet with annoying requests for the ultrasound not the x ray. haha

    in reply to: serious concerns about blue buffalo #89909 Report Abuse
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    Thank you everyone. I will do the chicken and rice for a while and if all calms down just add the new food to the chicken slowly. Wow, what we won’t do for our pups!

    in reply to: serious concerns about blue buffalo #89908 Report Abuse
    laura t
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    Thank you, He has been to the vet. No blockage. He kept down the chicken and rice last night. But we can’t afford that every night. And wanted to switch over.

    in reply to: serious concerns about blue buffalo #89904 Report Abuse
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    I just figured people that went through similar issues could tell me how to switch over, i didn’t want to bother the vet again and I work in an area that phone calls are not allowed. So I tried this forum because I am concerned and need a consensus of what people that have been through the process have done.

    in reply to: serious concerns about blue buffalo #89903 Report Abuse
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    He has been to the vet. And we have gone through the whole verification process. His vomiting only happens when this food is reintroduced. He is drinking a lot of water is not dehydrated. Just throws up the food about 5 minutes after eating it.

    in reply to: serious concerns about blue buffalo #89900 Report Abuse
    laura t
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    Hi everyone. I am late to the game learning about Blue Buffalo and was told it was reputable. However our beautiful Charcoal Lab who has been eating the large breed puppy formula has never had a solid poop. And the last 2 weeks has been throwing up the food. I passed it off for a while because he likes to explore and I am constantly picking things out of his mouth. But the last 3 days have been horrible with throwing up his food. I went online to investigate… and found the consumer affairs reports. SIGH!!! I have been causing this all along. So I wanted to use a new food. My question is… normally you slowly introduce new food. Seems silly to mix something that is already upsetting his tummy with the new food… but don’t want to make things worse. How did people switch over to their new food?

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