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Amazon.com has 24-lbs Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free Natural Adult Dry Dog Food (Salmon) for $35.97 or $34.17 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks lemonhedo and Totspurs

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Amazon is selling salmon flavor blue Buffalo 24lb dog food. Normally 50. Cheaper with subscribe and save

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003P9X...cEb6ENKTYW

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Their message was appropriate. Anyone interested can easily Google DCM and see that the science is not settled but that there is reason for concern. The FDA did NOT say what you say they said. You are lying. I don't know if you are a troll, stupid, or misinformed. If you would have simply stuck with the FDA statements have indicated that the connection is not proven you would have been correct but you went well beyond the evidence and did exactly what the person who introduced the topic was trying to avoid.
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Grain free is a No-No. More studies are showing it is linked to Dilated Cardiomyopathy development in dogs.
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https://www.nbcnews.com/health/he...g-n1107791

Why take the chance with your dogs if the scientific community is suspicious?
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Blue Buffalo Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Dry Dog Food, Red Meat 22-lb https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CNTK...cEbQ2QNF9A is also $35. Also on Chewy for $33.59 if you do auto ship and save.

I bought the 5 max from Amazon first before seeing Chewy, I will probably get more from Chewy as well. Thanks op!
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In before someone brings up Blue Buffalo lawsuits
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Second ingredient is chicken meal, for those with dogs that are allergic/sensitive to poultry.
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Here are some other ones. Chewy should have them for the same prices too https://www.chewy.com/s?query=blu...%2Cc%3A288

Blue Buffalo Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Dry Dog Food
https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Buffa...B00CNTK2L8

Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Healthy Weight Dry Dog Food
https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Buffa...B005UV6RJ2

Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Large Breed Dry Dog Food
https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Buffa...B007794PBM

Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Senior Dry Dog Food
https://www.amazon.com/Buffalo-Wi...B009LQE7T4

Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Puppy Dry Dog Food
https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Buffa...01BDIPLEM/
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Used another discover point for an extra 20% off. Thanks OP!
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all grain free food gives our Frenchie the squirts. :/
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Grain free is a No-No. More studies are showing it is linked to Dilated Cardiomyopathy development in dogs.
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Grain free is a No-No. More studies are showing it is linked to Dilated Cardiomyopathy development in dogs.
Source?
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Veterinary Nurse, peer reviewed journals I get at my clinic. There are certain breeds predisposed to DCM (Retrievers, King Charles, etc) but in recent years since grain free has been a thing the trend of new cases has gone way up. Not trying to start a debate. If anything just want to spark some interest in people to learn about certain diets for dogs. 😁
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Grain free is a No-No. More studies are showing it is linked to Dilated Cardiomyopathy development in dogs.
There it is
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Veterinary Nurse, peer reviewed journals I get at my clinic. There are certain breeds predisposed to DCM (Retrievers, King Charles, etc) but in recent years since grain free has been a thing the trend of new cases has gone way up. Not trying to start a debate. If anything just want to spark some interest in people to learn about certain diets for dogs. 😁
You're not trying to start a debate but yet here you are telling people grain free food is a no-no while using yourself as your source. The FDA themselves came out and said there is no link between DCM and grain free dog foods. There is literally no proof at all that there is a correlation between grain free foods and an increase in DCM.
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You're not trying to start a debate but yet here you are telling people grain free food is a no-no while using yourself as your source. The FDA themselves came out and said there is no link between DCM and grain free dog foods. There is literally no proof at all that there is a correlation between grain free foods and an increase in DCM.
When did the FDA issue that statement? News to me. And when did I use myself as a source?
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