I am a volunteer foster home, and while I'd like to feed all my guests Taste of the Wild or Orijen, I can't afford it.
Can anyone recommend a quality food that is not full of filler? I have them on Costco's Kirkland Signature Lamb, but the stool volume and odor are something to contend with.
I need a national brand, I know there are some good regional brand but I'm interested in something I can get at a Petco or Petsmart.
Kirkland kibble is manufactured by Diamond and sold under the Kirkland name.
Dogs with food allergies/sensitive stomachs tend to do better on Lamb than they do on Chicken.
I second someone with "Diamond NATURALS" kibble if you want a low-priced/economical kibble. I believe Tractor Supply Company in our area sells a 40 lbs bag for $23 ($1.74/lbs). In Diamond NATURALS (not regular Diamond), there are no by-products or corn, but "white rice" is an ingredient immediately following "brown rice."
I think Tractor has started selling TOTW and Blue Buffalo as well now, and their prices are cheaper than PetCo/PetSmart.