Taste of the Wild Dog Food Reviews

Taste of the Wild canned dog food receives the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
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I have recently switched all my dogs to Taste of the Wild. I foster shelter dogs for a local rescue group, and I have found it works well for just about everyone, especially the dogs with mange, skin infections or other health problems (which I seem to get a lot of!) I also own a cocker spaniel, a breed notorious for skin allergies and ear infections, but she is as healthy as a horse and loves her taste of the wild. I switch between the different varieties to mix up their protein source, and have never had a problem with stool firmness. In fact, my cocker girl has had significantly less and firmer stool on the Taste of the wild as compared to her previous food (Purina One lamb and rice). Over all I am personally very pleased with it.
Here it says for puppies, but at chewy Taste of the wild canned food is for adult dogs. Any ideas?
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I started feeding my 8 month old corgi Taste of the Wild (any and all flavors of the puppy kibbles) when he was about 5 months old and he has done wonderful on this food! He has a great moisturized and shiny coat, and has healthy stools. I usually include a half tablespoon or so of Pumpkin Puree to his dry food. I used to feed a variety of the Natural Balance puppy kibbles until Oliver became uninterested in eating, and often had loose stools, which is when I switched him to TOTW. This is a great dog food, and I would highly recommend it to anyone, especially for puppies Taste of the Wild Dog Foodby Crista McKinzie
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Photo provided by PexelsTaste of the Wild dog food review has given this brand an . It scored 90/100 points .
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Taste of the Wild Canine Formula foods are hearty and nutritious meals for dogs of any age, size, or breed. Real lean cuts of meat and fish (certified hormone free and antibiotic free) provide highly digestible sources of protein, while sweet potato and peas are used to provide your dog with high levels of energy. Whole fruits and vegetables provide vitamins and antioxidants to boost your dog's immune system. This dog food also contains proteinates (protein compounds), which help your dog's body absorb the nutrients to get the most out of the food. Taste of the Wild is grain free, which makes it a great food for dogs with intolerances or allergies to grains.Taste of the Wild® Sierra Mountain Canine® Formula with Lamb in Gravy is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for growth and maintenance.Taste of the Wild® Pacific Stream Canine® Formula with Salmon in Gravy is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for growth and maintenance.Taste of the Wild® Wetlands Canine® Formula with Fowl in Gravy is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for growth and maintenance.Taste of the Wild® Southwest Canyon® Canine Formula Stew is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for growth and maintenance.Oftentimes, probiotics added to pet foods contain a cocktail of various beneficial bacteria, but they are not guaranteed to survive in the digestive system of canines. That is why we developed K9 Strain Probiotics specifically for Taste of the Wild dry canine formulas. Our K9 Strain Probiotics are derived from bacteria strains found in the canine GI tract, and are proven to survive in your dog’s system.