Kirkland vs. Pedigree?

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Ok good! :D

I've been trying to convince my friends to switch foods from pedigree. I went to Costco with them today and saw the Kirkland and thought I'd ask. I know they'd be willing to buy it cause it wasn't that much more than pedigree. So yay! lol Thanks! :)
 

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yeah many people here feed the Kirkland brand chicken and rice all stages formula and there are no problems and the dogs look really good.
 

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yeah many people here feed the Kirkland brand chicken and rice all stages formula and there are no problems and the dogs look really good.
Good to know! :) Thanks
 
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I feed Kirkland Signatures Chicken and rice and my dogs are great on it. Here in Canada actually the Kirkland is cheaper then the Pedigree.
 

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I feed Kirkland Signatures Chicken and rice and my dogs are great on it. Here in Canada actually the Kirkland is cheaper then the Pedigree.
Here the pedigree is like $0.50 cheaper than the Kirkland. Not much of a difference though! :)
 
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Babyblue5290 said:
Here the pedigree is like $0.50 cheaper than the Kirkland. Not much of a difference though! :)
Funny eh?

Here the KS is $19.99
and Pedigree is $26.96
 

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Kirkland is -much- better than Pedigree. Buster ate it for quite some time and did wonderfully on it.
 

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Kirkland is -much- better than Pedigree. Buster ate it for quite some time and did wonderfully on it.
Ok that's good to know :)

One more question..........is the lamb and rice better than the chicken? what's the difference in quality or is the lamb for alergies?
 

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neither is "better" or "wosrse". it depends on which your individual dog tolerates better. :) also, the chicken is slightly higher in protein and fat than the lamb.
 

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Mordy said:
neither is "better" or "wosrse". it depends on which your individual dog tolerates better. :) also, the chicken is slightly higher in protein and fat than the lamb.
Then what is better than pedigree? Don't say eagle pack, innova, solid gold, or those. I know those are better, but friends parent's aren't willing to spend the money on those.
 
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I feed Kirkland lamb and rice to my dogs and they do great on it... and I think the post my Mordy was talking about the lamb vs. chicken question not pedigree vs Kirkland
 
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Yup pretty sire she was saying neither chicken or lamb is better or worse. Definantly Kirkland is better then Pedigree.
 

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Babyblue5290 said:
Then what is better than pedigree? Don't say eagle pack, innova, solid gold, or those. I know those are better, but friends parent's aren't willing to spend the money on those.
lol BB Then what do you want her to say? :D Did you do the price comparison for them? Did you tell them they may poop less? That sometimes helps :p
 

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Babyblue5290 said:
Then what is better than pedigree? Don't say eagle pack, innova, solid gold, or those. I know those are better, but friends parent's aren't willing to spend the money on those.
i don't mean better as in a better brand. i mean both types of kirkland food are equal in quality.
 

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Mordy said:
i don't mean better as in a better brand. i mean both types of kirkland food are equal in quality.
:eek: :eek: Sorry mordy! I misunderstood. Sorry! :eek:

Now that I'm done making an idiot out of myself (lol) I understand, so thanks!
 

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lol BB Then what do you want her to say? :D Did you do the price comparison for them? Did you tell them they may poop less? That sometimes helps :p
Yeah, they don't really care that much though. To them the dogs are just dogs. They love them and take care of them and everything, but they are still just dogs in their minds. They figure whatever they will eat is good enough. :rolleyes:
 

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