Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) - Dog Food Advisor

Kirkland canned dog food receives the Advisor’s second-highest tier rating of 4 stars.
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Kirkland dog food is made at a different factory than the actual Diamond Dog Foods…There is a toll free # on the back of your bags..Call it….Kirkland is a fine food, fed it for years, until they added veggies, after that my dogs had loose stools, so we changed to Breeders Choice ADP. The Reps will answer your questions, if you have dogs who are having problems, give them the UPC # so they can research. If my kids did not get loose stools I would still feed it.
Judging by its ingredients alone, Kirkland canned dog food looks like an average wet product.
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I was wondering if anyone else noticed or was aware of when Kirkland
reduced the amount of Glucosamine and Condroitin it in in their Mature
Dog labled dog food. Also if they changed that without telling anyone
did they change anything else I should be aware of. We have six dogs: 3
Goldens, 2 border collies and a cairn terrier and we noticed that the
Goldens and my older border have not been doing as well as they have
been previously. It was only during my last purchase that I revisited
the ingredient label on the bag and noticed the significant decrease in
the Glucosamine and Chondroitin. Hi Mike,Can you tell me how many calories are in 1 can of the kirkland wet dog food?
Photo provided by FlickrKirkland Signature Nature’s Domain canned dog food receives the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain product line includes two canned dog foods.
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Recalled in 2012 for risk of salmonella. Kirkland Signature dog foods are made for Costco by Diamond Pet Foods, which also makes several high-quality pet foods that cost much more. However, that means that it was caught up in the same spring 2012 voluntary recall that ensnared Diamond, as well as certain batches of foods from other well-regarded brands, because of concerns over possible salmonella contamination at Diamond's South Carolina plant. It has not been recalled since. Kirkland Signature foods meet Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) standards for nutrition.Kirkland canned dog food - I have 2 concerns about this product: The contents of each can might vary a lot. From being very dry and crumbly, to very moist and easy to use. The other problem about this product is the can itself. About 25% of the time the PULL TAB on the top of the can gets PULLED OFF when trying to open can. Leaving a can that is unable to be opened. Because, once the pull tab is missing, and the lid is still on, it is impossible to remove the lid, even using a can opener. It is a real design problem with the can and its lid. And the sharp lid is dangerous.Best budget-priced dog food. Kirkland Signature is a much better choice than most supermarket kibbles, experts say. For the price, you won't find a higher-quality dry dog food. For example, pound for pound Kirkland Signature is similar in cost to , but with a much better line up of ingredients. You can get even better quality dog food, of course -- but you'll have to spend quite a bit more. is just about the cheapest grain-free kibble, but it costs about twice as much as Kirkland. Super-premium foods like pamper your pet with human-grade meat, but they're the priciest of all.After reading all of the complaints/incidents of sick and dying dog, I am convinced that this dog food caused 2 of our healthy dogs to get cancer. We have never had a dog die prior to the age of 14 and these two were healthy until I switched to the Kirkland "Nature's Domain" brand dog food because it was more reasonably priced and the ingredients seemed healthy. PLEASE don't feed your animals any of this disgusting crap.We have 7-month old Boxer. We started him on Iams puppy food and had no problem. About a month ago, my wife decided to change to his food to Kirkland Signature from Costco. A couple of weeks into it, our dog started scratching behind his ear and I noticed irritation around his right eye. Now it looks like it's irritating him enough to the point where our dog scratches it raw. We didn't know what it was until someone mentioned if we recently changed his food so I went online and started reading more. Has anyone else had this reaction? I've had Boxers before and the only skin rashes I've come across have been very mild and with vet visits they go away. This is way too young for a pup to have this kind of rash unless it's someone we are not seeing. Can anyone suggest? Everything I'm reading is pointing to the Kirkland food. If that's the case I'll never buy this product again.On Monday, I called Kirkland Nature's domain and told them what happened and that they are paying my vet costs. It happened from their treats. Well they called me back today, Friday October 23rd 2015, and said the only thing they can do is give me a 100 dollar gift card to Costco. What makes you think I wanna shop there again after what has happened to my poor baby? I'm talking to my lawyer and I'm suing them. I've seen all the reviews on here about everyone's babys and these people shouldn't be making dog food or treats whatsoever. I hope you all do the same as me and take it to the next level. Our babys need our help.