Dr. Judy Morgan, DVM comments on Blue Buffalo law suit:
"The contaminated dog foods contained lead, which is a known carcinogen and developmental toxin that builds up in the body over time with chronic exposure. Chronic lead accumulation can lead to cancer, developmental and reproductive disorders, and serious injuries to the nervous system and other organs. Dogs are more prone to this accumulation since they eat the same meal multiple times every day for extended periods of time. Lead poisoning in dogs occurs when the concentration of lead in the dog’s blood reaches levels that start to cause symptoms. Symptoms include lack of appetite, vomiting, abdominal pain, constipation then diarrhea, chomping of jaws, blindness, seizures, muscle spasms, behavior changes, anxiety, circling, and incoordination. Liver enzymes may be elevated."