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Kirklands Natures Domain Salmon Meal and Sweet Potatoes...any thoughts?

My dogs have been on Kirklands dog food for a couple decades but their puppy food upsets my puppies stomach so I'm looking into grainless options at a good price.

Does anyone have any pros or cons on the Salmon Potato?

I really like they say it's for all stages of life
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I've been using both the salmon and the turkey Natures Domain for a while. It's decent and affordable.

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I use the turkey sweet potato one but both are great.
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I've been using both the salmon and the turkey Natures Domain for a while. It's decent and affordable.
How often are you rotating them?
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My 2 eat the Kirkland brand, both doing good on it. Except for the salmon. The salmon doesn't bother my lab, but Woolf...... open the window time. Not for being gassy, but the odor coming from his skin and coat.... ugghhh.
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My 2 eat the Kirkland brand, both doing good on it. Except for the salmon. The salmon doesn't bother my lab, but Woolf...... open the window time. Not for being gassy, but the odor coming from his skin and coat.... ugghhh.
I've heard that same complaint regarding the salmon one. Best to stick to the turkey I guess.
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My 2 eat the Kirkland brand, both doing good on it. Except for the salmon. The salmon doesn't bother my lab, but Woolf...... open the window time. Not for being gassy, but the odor coming from his skin and coat.... ugghhh.
Thx...good to know.
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I use the turkey sweet potato one but both are great.
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