To date, Kirkland has only had two recalls on dog food, and both instances were found to have no cases of the potential contamination outbreak.
Which Kirkland Costco Sub-Brand Is Right for You?
Here are Kirkland Costco’s 4 most popular sub-brands. Below, we’ll share what makes each one different. So you can choose the food that best suits your dog.
These are grain-free formulas suited for dogs with allergies and other sensitivities. The main protein source is either beef, salmon, turkey, or lamb. Complex carbohydrates such as sweet potatoes, peas, and potatoes provide plenty of energy. You will find vegetables and fruit in this line, though not as much. The wet food offers either a turkey or chicken recipe that includes plenty of vegetables and other supplements.
Both lines add the Active9 probiotics to some of their recipes to provide live cultures that support healthy digestion. Antioxidants are included for overall health, and omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids help maintain a shiny coat and support the immune system.
All of the formulas meet the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages and/or maintenance.
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Does Costco dog food come from China?
Costco dog food is made in the USA, not in China. It is the number one selling brand of dry dog food at Costco.
Costco sells two brands of dog food: Kirkland Signature Brand and Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain.
These brands are made in the USA with ingredients from the US and Canada. They are not recalled because they are made by a private company, Proctor & Gamble), which does not use ingredients from China or other countries that the contaminated pet food scandal has compromised.
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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