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    kirkland lamb and rice dog food

    Has anyone had bad results with Kirkland lamb and rice?

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    I feed Kirkland food and last week my dog had diarrhea.” But, if we have enough people who have seen the same symptoms, it may give us enough evidence to know that there is a problem.
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    Last edited by jakee83; 09-30-2012 at 10:05 PM.

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    Re: kirkland lamb and rice dog food

    try holistic health extension lamb and brown rice. it should bind your dogs poop back up and also help eliminate pet food allergies

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    Re: kirkland lamb and rice dog food

    Hi,
    The first ingredient in this food is a named meat product. This is lamb, inclusive of its water content. Once the water content is removed, as it must be to make a dry dog food, this ingredient will end up weighing around 20% of its wet weight.
    Last edited by David; 08-18-2013 at 03:14 PM. Reason: remove link

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    Re: kirkland lamb and rice dog food

    Consult a vet if your per is showing any symptoms of any poor health. Also take the pet-food with you. They may want to test it. And choose the food the vet advises for your pet. It may have some digestive problems.

 

 

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