A majority of the reviews for Nature's Domain dog food on Amazon.com tend to be positive, but mixed and negative reviews also exist. Many people highly rate the value for money, flavor and grain-free nature of the food, while some complain of adverse effects on their dog's behavior and stool.
Reviews for the All Life Stages Salmon Meal and Sweet Potato Formula for dogs on Amazon.com are mixed. One reviewer praises its appealing flavor to her dogs, improvement to coat appearance and stool reduction of the four giant breeds it is fed to. However, one reviewer notes that both her golden Retriever and Maltese had changes to their stool and vomited after eating.
Salmon Meal and Sweet Potato food from Nature's Domain has received generally positive reviews on Costco's website, with reviewers praising its level of probiotics and suitability for dogs that have experienced colitis or other health conditions.
Reviewers of the USDA Organic Chicken and Pea Dry Food formula from Nature's Domain featured on Costco are generally positive, although one reviewer noticed increased stool volume. Another reviewer responded negatively to the inclusion of canola oil in the recipe, while most reviewers are happy with the amount of protein and minimal amount of preservatives in the recipe.
Many positive reviewers on Costco.com stated the only con relating to Nature's Domain dry food is the lack of availability in local warehouses, leading to more expensive purchases online.
Other dog food products from Nature's Domain include Grain-free Jerky treats with real Bison, which is generally positively reviewed on Amazon.com.