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Costco's Nature's Domain Dog Food NOT GLUTEN FREE

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After getting several episodes of lip swelling allergic reactions to my dog's licking my face I used an EZ Gluten elisa test strip on their "grain free" food. Test strip showed a high positive for gluten content. The food is actually Blue Diamond, and they produce both wheaty and "grain free" products on the same manufacturing equipment. 

I've been contacting company after company of grain free dog food manufacturers asking if they actually test for gluten and haven't found one yet. 

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I've tested several different grain free, gluten free dog foods and treats using my Nima sensor (with water to soften the food) and have come to the conclusion that the only way to have gluten free is to use raw or freeze dried. So I just keep that in mind around my dogs.

 

It helps that I've never been a fan of my dogs licking my face. :)

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