Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Latest News recalls: Blue Buffalo recalls various ‘Blue ‘ dry dog foods for too much Vitamin D

Latest News recalls: Blue Buffalo recalls various ‘Blue ‘ dry dog foods for too much Vitamin D

The Blue Buffalo Company, LTD, has recalled a number of different ‘Blue’ dry dog food products for having too much Vitamin D.  The recalled products include the Wilderness Chicken, Basics Salmon and Large Breed Adult Chicken dog food; all products were sold under the ‘Blue’ label.

Dogs who have ingested excessive amounts of Vitamin D may exhibit signs of lethargy, or drink excessive amounts of water and urinate frequently.  If you suspect your dog is having an adverse reaction acter being fed the recalled products you are advised to bring your pet to a veterinarian.


You may see a list of the Blue dog food products recalled and their 'best used dates' here

From the press release, “No other BLUE dry or can pet foods are involved in this recall, and only the specific code dates of these products are involved.

To date there have been 36 cases nationwide of dogs reported with symptoms consistent with elevated Vitamin D in their systems while feeding on these specific productions of the products. In all cases the symptoms have subsided upon discontinuing feeding these products, with no apparent long term health consequences.

Blue Buffalo learned of this potential eondition in its products when it received reports of dogs diagnosed with high Vitamin D levels while feeding on the products from these specifie production runs. On further investigation it was learned that a sequencing error had occurred at the supplier of the dry ingredients for these products.

Immediately before producing the ingredients for these specific production runs, the supplier had run a product for another customer that contained a more potent form of Vitamin D used in chicken feeds. It is now believed that there was some level of carry over of this Vitamin D product into the ingredients for the specific manufacturing runs of the BLUE products, thereby increasing the Vitamin D activity to unacceptable levels in the Blue ingredients.

Consumers who have purchased any of the products being recalled are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-877-523-9114 from 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time or visit the Company web site at www.bluebuffalo.com/news9 for more information.
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Latest News recalls: Blue Buffalo recalls various ‘Blue ‘ dry dog foods for too much Vitamin D

Latest News recalls: Blue Buffalo recalls various ‘Blue ‘ dry dog foods for too much Vitamin D

The Blue Buffalo Company, LTD, has recalled a number of different ‘Blue’ dry dog food products for having too much Vitamin D.  The recalled products include the Wilderness Chicken, Basics Salmon and Large Breed Adult Chicken dog food; all products were sold under the ‘Blue’ label.

Dogs who have ingested excessive amounts of Vitamin D may exhibit signs of lethargy, or drink excessive amounts of water and urinate frequently.  If you suspect your dog is having an adverse reaction acter being fed the recalled products you are advised to bring your pet to a veterinarian.


You may see a list of the Blue dog food products recalled and their 'best used dates' here

From the press release, “No other BLUE dry or can pet foods are involved in this recall, and only the specific code dates of these products are involved.

To date there have been 36 cases nationwide of dogs reported with symptoms consistent with elevated Vitamin D in their systems while feeding on these specific productions of the products. In all cases the symptoms have subsided upon discontinuing feeding these products, with no apparent long term health consequences.

Blue Buffalo learned of this potential eondition in its products when it received reports of dogs diagnosed with high Vitamin D levels while feeding on the products from these specifie production runs. On further investigation it was learned that a sequencing error had occurred at the supplier of the dry ingredients for these products.

Immediately before producing the ingredients for these specific production runs, the supplier had run a product for another customer that contained a more potent form of Vitamin D used in chicken feeds. It is now believed that there was some level of carry over of this Vitamin D product into the ingredients for the specific manufacturing runs of the BLUE products, thereby increasing the Vitamin D activity to unacceptable levels in the Blue ingredients.

Consumers who have purchased any of the products being recalled are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-877-523-9114 from 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time or visit the Company web site at www.bluebuffalo.com/news9 for more information.
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Photos: Product Labels

Latest News: Watch video of Justin Bieber Laser assault, attack (video)

Latest News: Watch video of Justin Bieber Laser assault, attack (video)


The world has been captivated by the latest news that Justin Bieber was bullied by a 12-year-old boy at Planet Laser.  According to reports, the 12-year-old boy was calling Justin Bieber names (such as homophobic slurs) and wouldn’t leave the Bieber alone. 

Some reports say that the 12-year-old began pushing Justin and he pushed the boy back to get away from the situation.  An investigation is underway.  You may watch video of Justin Bieber at Planet Laser and even see the receipt for the event in the video player below.  The video is from Access Hollywood and shows photos of Justin Bieber and the 12-year-old.

Just what happened at the Planet Laser has yet to be determined and authorities aren’t releasing too  much information due to the fact that minors are involved.

Is this another case of gay bullying?





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Latest News: Watch video of Justin Bieber Laser assault, attack (video)

Latest News: Watch video of Justin Bieber Laser assault, attack (video)


The world has been captivated by the latest news that Justin Bieber was bullied by a 12-year-old boy at Planet Laser.  According to reports, the 12-year-old boy was calling Justin Bieber names (such as homophobic slurs) and wouldn’t leave the Bieber alone. 

Some reports say that the 12-year-old began pushing Justin and he pushed the boy back to get away from the situation.  An investigation is underway.  You may watch video of Justin Bieber at Planet Laser and even see the receipt for the event in the video player below.  The video is from Access Hollywood and shows photos of Justin Bieber and the 12-year-old.

Just what happened at the Planet Laser has yet to be determined and authorities aren’t releasing too  much information due to the fact that minors are involved.

Is this another case of gay bullying?





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Monday, October 18, 2010

Latest news: Report says Justin Bieber harassed at Planet Lazer Entertainment arcade (video)

Latest news: Report says Justin Bieber harassed at Planet Lazer Entertainment arcade (video)

Though rumors are saying that Justin Bieber assaulted a 12-year-old boy, the latest news says that Justin Bieber was harassed at Planet Lazer Entertainment arcade.  A police investigation is underway and though the names of the parties have not been revealed, reports say that Justin Bieber was involved in the altercation.
New reports by Us Weekly suggest that Justin Bieber was harassed, some reports go so far to say that he was bullied, by the 12-year-old who was with a group of friends.

Us weekly quotes an unidentified witness who says, “The 12-year-old and his friends were targeting Bieber and shooting him over and over.”

 The witness continued to tell Us magazine, “At one point, they bumped into each other by mistake and Justin ended up shoving him to try and get away. There was an exchange of words and pushing.”  The RCMP are investigating the incident which happened in Canada, Justin Bieber’s  country of residence.

The witness continued to tell Us magazine, “The 12-year-old's dad is a lawyer, so he immediately called the [Royal Mounted Canadian Police] and wanted to press charges."

The investigation continues.

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