Judging by its ingredients alone, Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain looks like an above-average dry dog food.
Halo and Kirkland are not the best choice of dog food brands, although they are better than a lot of foods. I would suggest that you get a high quality food either way, with limited ingredients if possible. A few suggestions are Wellness, Nature's Variety, Blue Buffalo and Taste of the Wild. Try different formulas and see which one Tanner is less itchy on.
I would also suggest that you look through this great post on the Forums thread: Its informal, and you'll probably learn a lot! You can always paw mail me with questions, too.
We have been using Kirkland dog food for about five years. We raise smaller dogs. They seem to eat the food well and the ingredients were what we wanted for healthy dogs. We have been treating our dogs a lot for stomach problems over this period of time. Now we have dogs that are only four and five years old that are not able to breed. We cannot prove it is the dog food but will be changing to another brand hoping to resolve our problems. We have recommended Kirkland dog food to many people because the dogs like it and it has the right ingredients in it but if it isn't healthy we will be letting them know as soon as we know for sure.
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I too, was impressed with the ingredients on the Kirkland dog food.
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.Mike Sagman likes some Kirkland Signature dog food varieties better than others, but the brand as a whole earns the site's second-highest rating (4 stars). The ingredients list places it in the above-average category, and Sagman calls it "highly recommended."Here, Kirkland dry dog foods earn the highest 5-star grade for offering "quality ingredients at a price that everyone can afford." It's called an excellent choice that holds its own even against more expensive kibbles.