Costco is selling Nature’s Domain wet dog food in a 24 can case. The dog food is a Turkey and Pea stew that is grain free and appropriate for all life stages.
We have three dogs at our house (Golden Retriever, Goldendoodle, Wheaten Terrier) and we go through a lot of dog food. We also spoil our dogs and are always looking for high quality, but affordable feeding options.
We found that all of our dogs love the Nature’s Domain wet dog food and it is of high enough quality that it makes me happy to put it in their food bowls.
Contents in the Can
Each can contains 13.2 ounces of wet dog food that Costco describes as a Turkey and Pea Stew. The stew contains cubes of processed turkey meat and a thick gravy that contains lots of peas and carrots.
The stew looks and smells better than some products made for human consumption (I’m looking at you Dinty Moore!).
I pour the stew over some dry dog food in each of our dog’s bowl. Since we are only serving this as a topper and not as the primary food we split one can between the three dogs.
Again, this food looks and smells appetizing. The peas and carrots look cute along with the turkey cubes and the gravy is wonderful for coating the dry food.
If you are using the canned food as the primary food source for your dog then the feeding instructions provided on the package are:
- Toy (2-12 lbs) = 0.5-1 can per day
- Small (12-25 lbs) = 1-2 cans per day
- Medium (25-50 lbs) = 2-3 cans per day
- Large (50-100 lbs) = 3-5 cans per day
Ingredients and Nutrition
The macro level guaranteed analysis for the food is:
- Crude Protein: 8% Minimum
- Crude Fat: 5% Minimum
- Crude Fiber: 1% Maximum
- Moisture: 82% Maximum
The energy content of each can is 356 calories.
The first six ingredients in the Turkey and Pea Stew are:
- Turkey Broth
- Vegetable Broth
- Dried Egg Product
- Natural Flavors
The stew contains supplemental vitamins and absolutely no grains.
The Kirkland Nature’s Domain wet dog food is shelf stable and is marked with a Best Buy date that is about two years from your date of purchase.
If you open a can and only feed half of it to your dog then you should store it in the refrigerator until you feed the rest of it.
I bought the 24 can case of Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain Turkey and Pea Stew for $29.99. This works out to a price of $1.25 per can and I consider that a great deal.
By comparison, the Kirkland Chicken and Rice canned dog food costs $1.16 per can and, while tolerable, is not something that I am happy to feed my pups. The Nature’s Domain food is absolutely worth the extra $0.09 per can!