We have a blue heeler who is 7 months old. He's a house pet, but we keep him active playing frisbee and taking runs alongside our bike rides. Recently we decided he may need a different dog food based on the increase in activity since he has become older. His runs are now 3+ miles. I looked up recommended foods for this breed. We decided on blue buffalo. Today I see a horrifying post about a person who gave their large breed dog a blue buffalo treat, ending in the dog throwing up blood. I've investigated consumer reports, which has mixed reviews about this food. Some dogs have developed pancreatitis after consuming this food. Our heeler has been eating blue buffalo chicken and rice for about a week now with no adverse reaction. Curious as to what owners of this breed are feeding your pups. This is our first time to have the privilege of the company of a heeler in our home.