Several pet food manufacturers have recalled products due to harmful additives or contamination in the past decade.
Companies like Blue Buffalo, Nature’s Variety, and Hill’s Pet Nutrition all had recalls on their pet foods in the last few years.
Keep reading to learn more about Costco dog food recalls and whether or not there have been any recalls on their brand of dog food recently.
What dog foods do vets recommend?
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What dog food is on recall right now?
Wild Harvest Premium Dog Food Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe (14-pound) Nurture Farms Natural Dog Food Deboned Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe (15-pound) Heart to Tail Pure Being Natural Dog Food Deboned Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe (5-pound) Elm Pet Foods Naturals Chicken & Rice Recipe Dog Food (40-pound)
Kirkland dog food is a private label brand made for the large retailer Costco. It is manufactured by the same company that manufactures Diamond Pet Foods, owned by Schell and Kampeter, Inc. They are a U.S.-based pet food manufacturer with plants located in Meta, Missouri, Lathrop, California and Gaston, South Carolina.
Which types of dogs is Kirkland best suited for?
There are two lines of Kirkland dog food: the Kirkland Signature and the Kirkland Signature Natures Domain. Kirkland signature offers six varieties that include specialized formulas for adults, small breeds, puppies, seniors, and healthy weight formula. Canned formulas are offered in chicken and rice or lamb and rice.
Nature’s Domain line has five dry food varieties and two wet foods that are all grain free. There are different flavor profiles: one formulated for puppies and an organic variety. The wet food is offered as an organic chicken with vegetables or a turkey and pea stew (not organic).
Is Kirkland dog food safe for dogs?
In 2012 seven of their formulas were voluntarily recalled by Diamond Pet Foods for possible salmonella contamination.
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