- Animal feeding tests using Association of American Feed Control Officials procedures substantiated
- Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover’s Soul Senior Hairball Cat Formula provides complete and balanced nutrition for the maintenance of adult cats.
- Calculated Metabolizable Energy3,413 kcal/kg
- If you’re looking for an all natural dog or cat food, Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul is for you.
- Made with natural ingredients, this healthy formula will make your pets look and feel great!
I’ll never feed my dog’s Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul or any other food made by Diamond
I had been feeding my older dogs Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul (Senior) for about a year. And about two weeks before the “voluntary” recall came out in April of 2012, my dogs were both extremely violently ill (vomiting, diarreah and no appetite that lasted a week – until I got them help). Both had to be seen by the vet and both were perscribed antibiotics. Shortly after these bouts of illness I learned about the salmonella tainted food in the South Carolina plant. Diamond Dog Food (the manufacturer of many foods including Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul) had denied that any dogs were sickened by this food but I am 2000% positive that they were. They said they would not accept responsibility unless I could prove it. But I couldn’t because I didn’t save any of their poop to have it tested (my vet’s assessment was not enough for them to accept responsibility.) Also be aware that they were also involved in a recall back in 2005 (I think that’s the year) that killed several dogs due to their neglegence. So this isn’t the first time Diamond has harmed dogs. I personally will not forgive what they did to my dogs and to me. I also know that my dogs were not the only dogs sickened. They currently have a class action lawsuit against them for sickening HUMANS, but sadly there are no attorneys willing to represent animals in this matter.
What I find even sneakier on the part of Diamond was the timing of their recall. I actually purchased the tainted food in February 2012 and didn’t begin feeding it to my dogs until April because I had a previous bag of the same food that was already open. So they knew the timing of this dog food recall was well beyond anybody being able to prove their dogs were poisoned. (They also told me that once the bag was opened, I couldn’t prove it was poisoned because the bag could become poisoned/contaminated through “other” means…meaning they would accuse me of poisining my food and my own dogs. I had a 35 lb bag of that tainted food of which maybe only 5 lbs. was eaten.) This company is SCUM. People, if it’s made by Diamond…RUN don’t walk in the opposite direction!!!!
If I could give them a ZERO rating – I would…In fact I would WARN anyone who loves their animals to avoid this manufacturer once and for all.
Our big dogs love it!
have a Golden Retriever and German Shepherd and they both loved this product. They had been eating
Iams and Eukenuba, but after reading about what’s in dog food, we found this product to be superior.
This is fed to our boys everyday and they eat every little piece with or without wet food mixed in.
Would highly recommend.