Kirklans Signature Nature's Domain Turkey Dog Food, 35 lb

Kirkland Signature Nature's Domain Turkey Meal & Sweet Potato Dog Food, 35 lbs.
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we have 3 dogs,Our one lab and our maltese are on Kirkkands grain-free, limited ingredients ‘turkey/sweet potatoes. Our maltese has what we call a licking disease and terminal ear infections. we have tried everything. This food is helping. Our other lab is on the salmon and sweet potato, also a grain free limited ingredients brand. She was chewing and licking off her hair on her legs, hind quarters and her eyes were rimmed in red. We were set to go to a dermatologist and I thought we should try one more diet change. Thank God we did. we saved ourselves about 250.00 I’m sure,and this food is a larger quantity for less money than we spent at a Petco. natural balance, blue buffalo were 2 we weaned her onto from there (love petco though and we still go there for various services) Her fur is filling in and her eyes look much better I think her coat is even shinier. We are very happy with Kirklands product,
Kirkland Signature Nature's Domain Turkey Meal & Sweet Potato Dog Food, 35 lbs.
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I have been feeding my 3.5 yr old americna bulldog mix kirkland signature chicken and rice for about a year now. He did have a some bouts of diarrhea (about 3 wks apart)on the previous bag of food. I am not sure if those where related to the food he has been going through alot this year (diagnosed with addisons around 12/20) Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain Dog Food earns the Advisor’s mid-tier rating of 3.5 stars.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain product line includes six dry dog foods.
Photo provided by FlickrKirkland Signature Dog Food receives the Advisor’s second-highest tier rating of 4 stars.
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Kirkland Signature’s pet foods, including Nature’s Domain dog foods, include probiotics to aid in the digestive process. In addition, all of the probiotics used are human-grade. This means that they are processed with the same standards used for human probiotics. Therefore, they are contaminant and pathogen-free.For a year I have been feeding my German Shepherd Kirkland Nature Domain dog food with no problems. We started a new bag a few days ago (February 12, 2016) and my eager eater refused to eat from this batch (She's never turned down ANY kind of food in the past!). Once she was hungry enough by night time, she did eat it and then became ill. This happened twice. I checked online and discovered other dog owners have recently had the same experience. Don't know what is wrong with the food, but tomorrow we will switch brands! I'm so grateful that this forum exists and I could easily learn that others have had the same problem and the food was the culprit.We bought several bags of Kirkland's nature domain dog food. We gave two of these bags to our daughter. We have a Mastiff German Shepherd mix dog and our daughter has a great Dane. Our dog became critically ill. He became lethargic and refused to eat. We spent hundreds of dollars at the vet doing x-rays, ultrasounds, and blood work. The analysis showed severe liver complications. We took him home from the vet to spend a couple of more days with him as the vet recommended to put him down. During that time at home we changed his diet to rice and meat. Almost immediately he began to respond. I have 4 senior dogs who have been eating the Mature Formula of the Kirkland brand for a few years with no problems. Over the last few weeks, I noticed their stools becoming increasingly softer until it got to the point where one of my dogs was having blood in his stool, then bloody mucus diarrhea, and had to spend the night at the vet. I knew it had to be the food since all of them were having problems. My dogs are too old for me to subject them bad food. I also have 2 cats who have been eating the Kirkland cat food for 4 years and since I got this last bag, one of my cats has scratched her neck bloody raw. I took her to the vet. She said it must be a food allergy. This is ridiculous.Salmon and sweet potatoes dry dog food. May and June of '15. My dog started pooping straight blood and runny poop. I started feeding him KL brand back in Feb. Switched his food to natural balance. For 2 months it went away. I know it WAS the food. Switched him back the 25 of July back to the Kirkland brand. Bloody runny.We were feeding our Lab Kirkland's Nature's Domain Grain Free Turkey and he began getting very ill. After spending $500 at the vet to learn they could not find a problem with him, we switched his food and he has been great. Now we are watching my daughter's dog who has been profusely vomiting for 4 days only to learn the food she left with us is the same food! She has also spent $500 on vet bills to find "nothing wrong". Is Costco trying to kill our dogs? Why aren't they recalling this product and warning people?