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11-Lbs Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Adult Small Breed Dry Dog Food EXPIRED

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Amazon has 11-Lbs Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Small Breed Dry Dog Food (Chicken) on sale for $19.94 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks persian_mafia

Note: In stock on August 27, 2020. You may cancel your Subscribe & Save subscription any time after your order ships.

Chewy also has 11-Lbs Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Small Breed Dry Dog Food (Chicken) on sale for $19.94 when you checkout via Autoship & Save. Shipping is free on orders of $49 or more.
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For those interested, Amazon has the 11-Lbs Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Small Breed Dry Dog Food on sale for $19.94 w/ 5% off subscribe & save or $18.89 w/ 10% off after 5 x SS. Lowest price posted.

Link [amazon.com] In stock Aug 27

Also on sale at Chewy w/ free shipping on $49+

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Ordered! Thanks OP!
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It says for me usual price is 20.94. I guess not much of a deal for me. Thanks for the post though! I'm sure others have it a higher price!
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It says for me usual price is 20.94. I guess not much of a deal for me. Thanks for the post though! I'm sure others have it a higher price!
It's not. Usual price is $29-$34 for 11-lb. I have been feeding my dog the same food for the past 5 years. See my chart, lowest price was $25.99 back in 2016. It's never been $18-19. Right now the 11-lb is the same price as the 4.5-lb for some reason.
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Too bad it's adult small and not "regular" breed
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For small breeds, oh well. No go for my boxer
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It's whatever is approaching its "use by" date.

There's a basic rule for human food - if it has more than 5 ingredients it's probably not good for you. Assuming the same is true for dog food, this stuff is radioactive poison.

Where do you get your rules from?
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It's whatever is approaching its "use by" date.

There's a basic rule for human food - if it has more than 5 ingredients it's probably not good for you. Assuming the same is true for dog food, this stuff is radioactive poison.
So what's a good food for a 16 month small breed?
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Even though this gets a 5/5 rating on dogfoodadvisor, I would still speak to your vet before introducing a grain free diet to your dog. Blue Buffalo is on the list of most frequently reported grain free brands that have attributed to DCM:
https://www.fda.gov/animal-veteri...iomyopathy
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Seems like there is a class action lawsuit against the company for the dietary composition of its dog food.
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So what's a good food for a 16 month small breed?
I always fed my pup merrick. Very picky eater, so I found it was the only one he would eat, and ingredients are pretty clean. Fat to protein ratio is 57%.

Then switched to ziwipeak. He would scarf that down, but digestion was thrown off a bit.

Finally landed on Stella and chewy raw coated kibble. Lower carbs, high protein, grain free. Great kibble. And seems to be soft to chew so he doesn't struggle eating it.

BTW 7 lbs yorkie.
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Where do you get your rules from?
Michael Pollan's book "Food Rules"? It's a good book for those interested in food vs health. Basically he more ingredients the more processed it may be.
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Michael Pollan's book "Food Rules"? It's a good book for those interested in food vs health. Basically he more ingredients the more processed it may be.
The real problem is that it is grain free. For some dogs, this is potentially dangerous. If you have not fed your dog this type of dried food in the past, I would not take a chance.......
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