Blue Buffalo Dog Food

Blue Buffalo dog food was not created by a large company that wanted yet another way to turn a profit. Instead, this dog food was created by people who truly love animals, and understand that pets are an important part of the family.

Named for an Airedale named Blue, this company strives to provide the absolute best possible formula in all of its foods and treats.

When Blue suffered through his last bout with cancer, his human parents began doing some research. They were a bit surprised to see the rate at which the number of cases of canine cancer was growing.

Understanding the toxins that pets (and people) are exposed to each day is a likely contributor to the phenomenon, they set out to create food that was not only nutritionally sound, but that could offer a measure of protection against the toxins and help pets be able to live longer and healthier lives.

While many of the dog foods available in a grocery store contains artificial colors, flavors and preservatives, none of those items are ever used in any of the Blue Buffalo formulas.

Have you ever taken the time to read a dog food label? Look at the ingredients. Some formulas contain 20 or more ingredients.

Here’s a hint: If you need a dictionary to be able to understand the ingredient list on a dog food label, it might not be the healthiest choice for your pet.

Blue Buffalo dog food contains only the best ingredients such as real meat (never meat by products), fruits, vegetable and whole grains. In fact, meat is the first ingredient in every single formula. That means that the majority of what is in the bag or the can is meat. Below is a description of some Blue Buffalo products.

Blue Life Protection

The Life Protection line of dry dog food comes in chicken and brown rice, lamb and oatmeal and chicken and oatmeal. There are formulas for large breeds and small breeds as well.

Blue Wilderness

Do you have an especially active dog? Does he participate in sporting events, or just seem to run all day long? If so, this is the perfect food choice. It was specially designed with active dogs in mind. The high protein, low carb formula helps to keep his energy level up so that he can continue to do all of those activities that he loves so much.

BLUE Basic

This line of Blue Buffalo was created for those pets who tend to have food allergies or a sensitive stomach. With just a few ingredients in each type of Blue Basic, your dog will likely be able to enjoy this nutritious food with no adverse affects.

Canned Food

Blue Buffalo has a line of canned dog food that is just as nutritious as their dry formulas and is made to the same high standards and with the same top quality ingredients. There are three lines of canned food. Homestyle Recipe includes such flavors as turkey meatloaf, lamb dinner and beef dinner.

Blue’s Stew offers Country Chicken, Hearty Beef, Tasty Turkey and Irish Lamb. The Family Favorites includes Chicken Pot Pie, Backyard BBQ, Thanksgiving Feast and Turducken.


Of course a bunch of pet lovers like the folks at Blue Buffalo are going to include treats in their product line.

Blue Health Bars are made with the same high quality ingredients as the food and your dogs will love them. Also, the texture of the treats helps to clean your dog’s teeth.

Blue Buffalo food offers you the chance to provide your dog with highly nutritious food made with only the finest ingredients. It costs more than grocery store dog food, but can help your dog live a longer and healthier life.

Human food that is good for dogs.

We try to keep our dogs on their canine diets but sometimes we just can’t resist slipping them an occasional human morsel. If you’d like to reward your pet with a table scrap, make sure that you choose people foods that are safe for canine tummies.

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