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Taste of the Wild High Protein Real Meat Recipe Premium Dry Dog Food with Roasted Bison and Roasted Veniso

$42.99$29.99FREE SHIPPING

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  • A combination of ancient, whole grains like grain SORGHUM, MILLET, QUINOA and CHIA seed which are naturally higher in protein
  • Formulated to AAFCO and FDA requirements and considering the latest research, by a team with expertise and experience in veterinary medicine, pet food nutrition, formulation, food science and food production
  • Ingredients from trusted, SUSTAINABLE sources around the world; Made with no corn, wheat, filler; No artificial flavors, colors, preservatives added
  • Nutrient rich and HIGHLY digestible food with high levels of PROPRIETARY PROBIOTICS specific for the species and , to survive and thrive in the GI tract for overall health and wellbeing
  • MADE in the USA; FAMILY OWNED & run; food made with scientifically advanced food safety protocols; We appreciate your call 800. 342. 4808

  • Product Review

    Katein theCity

    Having a highly intelligent and trained working dog is a challenge. My dog seems to be the Zagats of dog food...and also human food.We have ordered every dog food imaginable and end up giving many expensive brands away because he would rather starve than touch food that doesn’t please his picky taste palate. He also likes Origen Red and we now mix that in.(If you are thinking of getting a Dutch Shepherd or Belgian Malinois get ready for dogs with picky tastebuds).I can’t speak to the ingredient quality as I have never tasted it myself.. but if he is happy..I am happy.


    Gustavo Masis

    My old girl is okay with it so it’s decent. I usually mix some of the kibbles with the wet food of the same brand and taste and she’ll usually eat it up. She’s an old girl so her stool is usually very dry. I was hoping the high quality food would help with that but it didn’t. Anyways, the ingredients are okay but not amazing. There are many additives because much of the nutrients are lost during the making process. The salt content, which can’t exceed 1% of the total package is pretty high on the ingredients list. This means that every below salt on the list is less than 1% of the total ingredients in the bag. Most of the fruits high in antioxidants are present in less than 1%, not great. This is common tho with most dog foods and the quality of this particular food isn’t terrible. There is a lot of protein and it’s free of many grains. That’s a win.


    RV/Boat Doctor & Handyman Services

    We’ve been feeding our 3 Golden Retrievers this brand of food on various flavors for a while now and they just love it!The Amazon subscription service makes it so easy to get it delivered to our door free of charge saving so much time and energy allowing us to avoid the traffic and stores.Great food and great service! Might be tempted to try the new Amazon brand food sometime soon, but for now this one is our steadfast favorite product.


    Caleb G

    My dog has no complaints! She loves this food.


    Alaska living

    We've been using taste of the wild for about 3 years now. It's been a brand my dogs seem to love and being grain free and having a variety of flavors to choose from made this brand a no brainer for our fur babies. There are more expensive brands to choose from as well as less expensive, but tatse of the wild at least $50 delivered to my house is the best choice in my opinion. As for the question o was asked for this rrebiew, well I have never taysed it so I am not sure of the flavor, but the fur babies like it allot.



    My dogs have been in Taste of the Wild for year now and they absolutely love it. It has eliminated their allergies while providing them good low fat protein. We have tried every flavor and they like them all but love the bison! A great benefit of this brand is the ability to use the puppy food for adult dogs but you do have to adjust for the increased fat. So with 5 dogs at various stages of life, it makes it so much easier to substitute or mix and match when needed. And ironically, my chocolate lab and pit mix both prefer the puppy over the adult for some reason.


    The Analytic Critic

    Prior to this dog food, I had only found one other brand my dog would eat. Unfortunately, I found out recently that white rice is bad for dogs and white rice was an ingredient of the dog food I was using. While searching for dog food without grain in it, I found THIS dog food and it was rated NUMBER ONE at several websites and DOES NOT cost an arm and a leg.My do does not love it, but, he will eat it mixed with chicken or beef, which is what I had to do with the dog food I was using before anyway. At least he is now getting a dog food that is GOOD for him and I really appreciate that!


    Kara a.

    I have no issues with this food other than the price is high but its normal for premium foods. I see reviews about it causing heart disease but i assume those people have not actually read what is causing that with grain free foods and its the legumes and fillers that cause it, which this food doesn’t have, other taste of the wild flavors do and we avoid those particular ones. Ive definitely noticed a difference in my dogs since switching to this food (they have been on grain free most of their lives and the oldest we have turns 20 in 2 months with NO SIGNS OF HEART DISEASE, she is actually perfectly healthy) i highly recommend trying this food out, the wetlands one is also great and doesn’t have legumes in it either



    Someone has put a smear campaign out against TOTW. I just looked and it is rated one of the top five dry dog foods by the Dog Food Advisor. My dogs have been eating it their whole life. They are healthy. My breeder highly recommended it, and all her mini aussies and daschsunds eat it, and have been raised on it. I have nothing to gain by this review. I just think its a bunch of bull that is being put out about TOTW.



    My dog is 11 has grain allergies that make him scratch. He once scratched his eye so bad he cut the cornea when he was young. We did not know what was causing him to itch. He then had to wear the cone of shame for about 2 years until we found taste of the wild. He loves the pacific salmon. It gives him gas but he loves it. He also eats the high prairie and water fowl. But he really likes the pacific salmon. No more itching since he changed to taste of the wild 8 years ago. The only thing I could ask for is the price to be a bit lower $40 even anyone?


    Desert GunR

    By all accounts this is a great product for your dog. I did google and yahoo searches and as far as I could find there have been no recalls for bad ingredients or other contaminants for this brand. Unlike some other better known brands with multiple recalls on record. As for how to judge the flavor, I guess since he snarfs it up like a hoover it must be good tasting, as I have not personally tried it. He works for food very easily, so I even use(d) 2-3 pieces of kibble as part of his obedience training reward without a complaint from him.


    M. Smith

    We noticed our bulldog was having rash issues a couple years ago. Per reading some things online - we decided to try him on a grain free diet, and noticed that Taste of the Wild was recommended by other bulldog owners. After having him on it a couple bags, it seemed to help lessen his rash issues. Dont get me wrong, this isnt a miracle product - we still have to diligently clean him, bath him, clean folds, etc...but this has for sure helped. My only gripe with it is the price. Even locally this stuff is super expensive. We ended up ultimate getting him this, and cutting in some cheaper grain free dog food just to help balance the cost out. If you can afford it, this seems to be the best stuff we've tried.



    This is a great food for my dogs. I did extensive research on what would be the best food for my two Australian cattle dogs. This is perfect for them. There are no grains, which for my dogs is what they need. My suggestion to people who are looking for the best dog food is to research your breed and see what fits for your dog. Do your homework before you commit to a food. This is the only food I will feed my ACD's. We also have a Doberman Pinscher, who has to be on a different food.


    K. D. Talley

    Fairly priced, awesomely good dog food, well made and fresh.....Listed (Google) one of the 10 top dog foods, 2019, glad its available on Amazon.com and comes so quickly. Only one complaint -- usually my shipment is placed INSIDE my porch, where its safe......however today, although the person who delivered wrote it was on the porch..... it was NOT.....it was left outside, vulnerable to theft. Fortunately, I got home in time to "rescue it" (we've had a spate of 'crimes of opportunity' in my neighborhood, of late.) V much appreciate delivery people putting it inside! Again, wonderful product, and I warmly recommend both vendor and this dog food.


    Tara Winchell

    My two GoldenDoodles were having chronic ear infections. I switched them over to Taste of the Wild based on research about grain-free food & dog allergies & I couldn't be happier. My dogs have not had a single ear infection in the two years that they have been on this food! I really love that I can switch between flavors without any digestion issues. My dogs seem to like the Salmon and the Roasted Bison the best - so I alternate between the two flavors. This food may appear more expensive than grocery store brands, but when you consider all of the long term health benefits of a grain-free food and the savings from vet bills (not to mention that your dogs will feel better, longer), I actually think that this food is saving you money.


    M. Hickman

    I purchased this Adult at the same time I purchased the puppy of the same flavor combination (Bison & Venison). My very picky eater, Sarah (Yorkie) liked this but she liked the puppy even more. The puppy’s kibble are smaller and she likes the taste of the puppy a little more. I had to switch from Royal Canin because it gave her bad gas.I would certainly buy this again because she will certainly eat it and that’s surprising given the fact that she’s very picky and NO GAS with this brand.Wonderful!!!



    I was having a terrible time finding a quality food that my lab would actually eat! This was recommended to me and my dog really likes it. Great!.....THEN.....out comes all the news about the dangers of "grain free"....I contacted the company and they quickly responded that they already supplement the food with the needed taurine that other foods lack. So... dog likes it and good customer service, what more could I ask?


    Christine Abraham

    Thank you Amazon reviewers for recommending this, my fussy dogs love it! I have two medium size dogs- one is a year old rescue dog and the other is a 15 year old senior dog. Both dogs get sick on wet dog foods, so twice a day I've been feeding them white rice, baby food meat, and cottage cheese (veterinarian recommended). This custom meal was a nuisance to make and the baby food is expensive. What a delight to now feed them dry food again, and they really like the Roasted Bison and Venison! I made my purchased based on the experience of the Amazon reviewers- very grateful!I purchased the smallest bag to see how my dogs would like the flavor and the small bag is lasting a long time, its easy to store in the cupboard, and stays fresh. Most importantly it's not making my dogs sick like other brands of both wet and dry dog food.



    The first ingredient in this dog food is buffalo. Although it is a quality item, raw buffalo contains about 80% water. After cooking, most of that moisture is lost, reducing the meat content to just a fraction of its original weight.After processing, this item would probably account for a smaller part of the total content of the finished product.The second ingredient is lamb meal. Lamb meal is considered a meat concentrate and contains nearly 300% more protein than fresh lamb.The third ingredient is sweet potato. Sweet potatoes are a gluten-free source of complex carbohydrates in a dog food. They are naturally rich in dietary fiber and beta carotene.The fourth ingredient is egg product, an unspecified (wet or dry?) form of shell-free eggs. Quality can vary significantly. Lower grade egg product can even come from commercial hatcheries — from eggs that have failed to hatch.In any case, eggs are easy to digest and have an exceptionally high biological value.The fifth ingredient is pea protein, what remains of a pea after removing the starchy part of the vegetable.Even though it contains over 80% protein, this ingredient would be expected to have a lower biological value than meat.And less costly plant-based products like this can notably boost the total protein reported on the label — a factor that must be considered when judging the meat content of this dog food.The sixth ingredient includes peas. Peas are a quality source of carbohydrates. And like all legumes, they’re rich in natural fiber.However, peas contain about 25% protein, a factor that must be considered when judging the meat content of this dog food.The seventh ingredient is potato. Potatoes can be considered a gluten-free source of digestible carbohydrates. Yet with the exception of perhaps their caloric content, potatoes are of only modest nutritional value to a dog.The eighth ingredient is canola oil. Unfortunately, canola can be a controversial item. That’s because it can sometimes (but not always) be derived from genetically modified rapeseed.Yet others cite the fact canola oil can be a significant source of essential omega-3 fatty acids.In any case, plant-based oils like canola are less biologically available to a dog than fish oil as a source of quality omega-3 fats.The ninth ingredient is tomato pomace. Tomato pomace is a controversial ingredient, a by-product remaining after processing tomatoes into juice, soup and ketchup.Many praise tomato pomace for its high fiber and nutrient content, while others scorn it as an inexpensive pet food filler.Just the same, there’s probably not enough tomato pomace here to make much of a difference.From here, the list goes on to include a number of other items.But to be realistic, ingredients located this far down the list (other than nutritional supplements) are not likely to affect the overall rating of this product.With four notable exceptions…First, flaxseed is one of the best plant sources of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Provided they’ve first been ground into a meal, flax seeds are also rich in soluble fiber.However, flaxseed contains about 19% protein, a factor that must be considered when judging the actual meat content of this dog food.Next, salmon oil is naturally rich in the prized EPA and DHA type of omega-3 fatty acids. These two high quality fats boast the highest bio-availability to dogs and humans.Depending on its level of freshness and purity, salmon oil should be considered a commendable addition.In addition, chicory root is rich in inulin, a starch-like compound made up of repeating units of carbohydrates and found in certain roots and tubers.Not only is inulin a natural source of soluble dietary fiber, it’s also a prebiotic used to promote the growth of healthy bacteria in a dog’s digestive tract.And lastly, this food contains chelated minerals, minerals that have been chemically attached to protein. This makes them easier to absorb. Chelated minerals are usually found in better dog foods.



    I ordered this for a client, boarding her dog with me in my home, who forget to pack the dog's food.Generally, I find this brand to be a bit too high in protein for dogs, (over 27%) and to use protein sources which are harder to digest and a bit silly. Domestic dogs never fed on things like deep sea fish or alligators...neither did wild dogs or wolves, for that matter.If a dog does not require a low-carb, high-protein diet to lose weight (aka doggie Atkins), then the dog will end up with damage to his or her system from too much protein and not enough healthy carbohydrates, just like humans can.Humans fed dogs leftovers, not the rich resource, meat, for thousands of years, as we created the modern domestic dogs we have today. We used dogs to get meat, but did not let them eat it, much less the best bits. We rewarded them with other stuff, in the Old World, mainly things like rice, barley, oats, etc. Corn was not around there, so many dogs do not do well on corn.Dogs can have kidney stones, bladder stones, crystals, and other organ issues from trying to eliminate excess protein from their bodies.This is my opinion on this, also based on vet feedback and science.