Taste Of The Wild Dog Food Reviews

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Rating: 4.7 Reviewed by Edward
taste of the wild dog food reviewsReason I am doing these taste of the wild dog food reviews is that many people look for healthier food choices but do include their pets in this.

The search for natural pet products to improve the health of pets is part of the whole increase in awareness of paying more attention to what we eat.

The ingredients in a lot of dog food are grain-based and with the GMO in many vegetables, this might not be the best choice for dog food in the first place. Experts even claim that grain-based dog food is not good for dogs.

The meat in dog foods has the reputation of being not of the best quality. We looked at the quality of the used meat and fish in this taste of the wild dog food review and we think they use real quality meat.

Taste of the wild dog food

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When I started reading about this brand one of the first things I noticed is that it is grain free dog food. Like we all know dogs and cats are by nature programmed to get their proteins from meat sources and not from grain. Grain based dog food is mentioned as on of the causes of obesity and allergy problems in pets.

This is what Taste of the wild writes about their products

Taste of the Wild produces premium, grain-free pet formulas that are based on your pet’s ancestral diet. All of our formulas rely on ingredients like quality meats and probiotics that maximize the nutritional health benefits for your pets.

There brand sells dry formula dog food and canned formula dog food.
The dry formula dog food can be divided in food for puppies, small breed dogs, adult dogs, pregnant or nursing dogs and senior dogs.
It would take to long and to much space to review all of them so we will look at their best selling dry dog foods.

Taste of the wild pacific stream

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taste of the wild pacific stream canine formulaThis is one of the flavors in the taste of the taste of the wild canine formula. This series I found got over 9600 reviews and an average of 4.5 stars.

Available in: 5lb, 14 lb, 15 lb, 28 lb and 30 lb.
The 30 pound offers the best value for your money of course. Most products that are bought in bulk are better priced.
This taste of the wild contains all fish protein and of course no grain. The fish included is real smoked salmon and.

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Taste of the wild high prairie

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taste of the wild high prairieThe taste of the wild high prairie is filled with bison and venison that will give your dog the necessary animal proteins they need.

It is made with roasted meat and the vegetables and fruit provide the antioxidants for a healthy lifestyel.

Available in: 5lb, 14 lb, 15 lb, 28 lb and 30 lb.
The taste of the wild 30 lb bag offers the best value for your money of course.

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More taste of the wild dog food flavors

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The Pacific stream and the High prairie are the two best seller of the taste of the wild brand. There are however more flavors in their canine formula. Here is a list of all of them.

  • Bison & Venison (high prairie)
    Available in 5, 15 and 30 pound bags
  • Salmom (pacific stream)
    Available in 5, 15 and 30 pound bags
  • Boar
    Available in 5 and 28 pound bags
  • Lamb
    Available in 5, 15 and 30 pound bbags
  • Wildfowl
    Available in 5, 15 and 30 pound bags
  • Venison
  • Available in 5 and 28 pound bags

Is taste of the wild made in the USA

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I was looking for an answer on this question and fond this Quote on the customer review of Amazon.

Our foods are manufactured in three facilities, all in the United States. One is located in California, one in Missouri and one in South Carolina.
Most of the ingredients in Diamond Pet Foods originate in the United States.  There are critical ingredients that are not available domestically in adequate supply and with as much quality as our international supply. We do purchase some ingredients from foreign suppliers such as lamb meal from New Zealand, potato protein from Germany and dried chicory root from Belgium.
We screen for all toxins with a test called ToxiScreen.  This test screens for other toxins besides melamine and cyanuric acid but heavy metals, pesticide residue, aflatoxin, vomitoxin, rodenticide, and many others.  Should any of these contaminants be present in the sample, the ToxiScreen test will detect it.
To answer your question, there are ingredients that are critical to our formulations (i.e. folic acid, taurine, vitamin C) that can only be sourced out of China. Our choice is to either include these ingredients or manufacturer our foods without them, which would not be in the best interest of your pet, in our view.
Some pet food companies are making “China-Free” claims despite the facts I’ve outlined above.  They accomplish this by utilizing a loophole in European law.  European laws allow for ingredients purchased outside their continent, then reprocessed in Europe, to be labeled with European origin.  We could likewise hide behind that loophole in the law, and tell you what you want to hear, but choose not to for obvious reasons.  I’d rather you not feed our foods than to tell you they are China-free, when they are not.
Food safety is our #1 priority and it shows in the amount of new business we get from word of mouth-friends and neighbors talking to one another, recommending our foods.  Our ingredients go through over 151 quality assurance checks, from the time the ingredient arrives to the end process of shipping, to ensure the safety of our products

Taste of the wild dog food ingredients

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Depending on the flavor you purchase the taste of the wild dog food contains, of course, the meat of your flavor.
They all contain a lot of different ingredients like:

  • K9 strain probioticc
  • Prebiotic fiber
  • Antioxidants
  • Omega fatty acid blend
  • Amino acids

you can read all the ingredients here: http://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/ingredient-glossary/
Since it would take up a whole website to talk about all these healthy ingredients in their dog food.

More types of dog food from taste of the wild

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This company has a variety of dog foods for all stages of their lives, breed or type of dog.

  • Puppies
  • Adult
  • pregnant or nursing
  • Senior
  • Small dogs
  • Large breeds

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Pros and cons of taste of the wild dog food

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  • Meat or fish is the main ingredient
  • Grain free
  • No chemicals added for preserving
  • Supplemented with fruit and veggies



  • Meat from exotic sources?
  • Some recall history
  • High price

Taste of the wild production process

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I have found a video that shows the production process and it also tells that they use herpa filtered air and purified water.

My opinion about taste of the wild dog food

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Some remarks I read where about the high percentage of protein in taste of the wild and that animals having trouble digesting high protein food.

I read on a blog that this is only for protein from soy and corn. Taste of the wild only contains animal protein. That is why I have to tell you that this taste of the wild dog food review is based on things I read about this brand and the opinions of others.

You should do your own research or ask your veterinarian if this is the dog food for you dog.

Overall after reading a ton of opinions from people who use this dog food daily and reading the more scientifically aspects of animal food in general and dog food in particular.

I think this is a very good quality dog food. I did not do a separate taste of the wild puppy food review be because I think the quality is the same.

The used ingredients are tested and come from a variety of sources. Most of them come from the United States and the production facilities are also in the US.

The meat seems to come from very good sources. A real plus in my opinion is that they use herpa filtered air in their production process and that they use filtered water that is filtered trough a reverse osmosis process.

The price might be a little higher but you get what you pay for and like I wrote in an other post there are a lot of benefits in eating healthier and in the long run more organic can even be cheaper. It can maybe safe on your veterinarian bills.

Since we pay more attention to our food I think it is great that thousands of people decide to spend a little more on good dog food. We all complaint about non organic meat and food but most of us feed our pets crappy food from the cheap isle in the supermarket.


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