ALERT: Dog Owners: Join Blue Buffalo Dog Food Class Action Lawsuit

ALERT: Dog Owners: Join Blue Buffalo Dog Food Class Action Lawsuit
Pet Lovers, dog owners… did you buy Blue Buffalo Dog Food? Did your dog become sickened and/or suffer illness while eating Blue Buffalo Dog Food? If you are one of the thousands of pet owners whose beloved dog became sick or experienced a health decline while eating Blue Buffalo Dog Food you may have a legal claim. Now Pet owners have an opportunity to join this Dog Food Class Action Lawsuit for FREE!

Have you bought a Blue Buffalo dog food product at any time during the last four years?

Anyone who purchased any of their products in the last four years may have a legal claim against the makers of the product under state and federal consumer protection laws.

The makers of may have violated these laws by making deceptive claims about the contents of their dog food products, including representing that they are healthy and nutritious. If you purchased any Blue Buffalo dog food product in the last four years, fill out the form on this page to see if you have a claim. We also urge you to share this investigation with friends and family who may have purchased one of their products.

Overview: Blue Buffalo Dog Food

State and federal consumer protection laws prevent the makers of consumer products from marketing, advertising, or labeling products in a false or deceptive manner. For years, the makers of Blue Buffalo dog food products have marketed and labeled their dog food products as healthy, nutritious, and consistent with dogs’ dietary needs. Blue Buffalo products are more expensive than many other pet foods, but the makers of Blue Buffalo claim that the extra cost is justified because their products are healthy and nutritious for dogs and/or consistent with their dietary needs. These claims are deceptive because all Blue Buffalo dog food products contain high levels of ingredients that are neither healthy for dogs nor consistent with their dietary needs. Accordingly, Blue Buffalo’s claims that its dog food products are healthy and nutritious for dogs are deceptive and may be unlawful. If you purchased any Blue Buffalo dog food product in the last four years, you may have a claim for damages against the company that makes and markets these products. Please fill out the claim form on this page to learn more. Dr. Carol Osborne is an author and world-renowned integrative veterinarian of twenty plus years. After graduating from the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Carol completed a prestigious internship at the Columbus Zoo. Shortly afterward, she launched a very successful private practice and became founder and director of the non-profit organization, the American Pet Institute. Dr. Carol offers traditional veterinary care for dogs and cats with a softer, natural touch. Her approach highlights the importance of nutrition and utilizing holistic avenues in combination with traditional treatments. Currently, she offers holistic therapies and traditional veterinary medical care for dogs and cats at the Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Call our Office Today at (866) 372-2765 or complete this Form to Email our Office.

3 thoughts on “ALERT: Dog Owners: Join Blue Buffalo Dog Food Class Action Lawsuit

  1. Ozzy Reynoso says:

    Do I have a case if it was possible that my dog passed away from lead poisoning because of Blue Buffalo This happen a week ago she has been cremated at the time I wasn’t thinking to ask why she passed I just wanted her back and I was grieving of death and if this was the reason I lost my best friend…..

  2. Jen Guse says:

    Hello-my dog has been vomiting and had diarrhea over the past month. He has been eating Blue Diamond food for the past 3 months. I took him to the vet and they diagnosed him with a campylobacter infection but she’s currently on anabiotic’s for. Are there still problems with this food that you are aware of?

  3. Bethany says:

    We are currently experiencing serious health issues in several of our cats. We lost one 3 years ago, another to 2 weeks ago, and have another sick right now! We have switched from Blue buffalo sensitive stomach to Dick van pattens Naturals. We have some of the old cat food to be tested for lead or any toxins that may lead to or cause diabetes, and/or extreme weight loss. Please help! This is cat food not dog food though. Please let me know any info? Thank you!

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