Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog Food
Value and Quality Equal Success
You will find this Taste of the Wild canned with chunks and smaller pieces of meat with an occasional pea or potato in a gravy baste. If you are looking for the standard ground up meat you will likely want to go with another style. I believe that I will stick with this style for a couple reasons. One, I mix probably 3 parts dry to 1 part wet food. This small amount of gravy baste makes it so simple to cover the dry food quickly and the majority quality meat portion is a plus to the quality ToW of the same dry brand that I am feeding them. When you have small picky dogs that eat this happily you have achieved an important portion of enjoying your pets. Secondly, bison and venison are less likely to be shot full of hormones and fed crud to enhance profit or whatever motivations are driving Food, Inc. As far as lamb as a minor meat ingredient, there is substantial protein versus birds. Thirdly, it is less expensive and the best I can tell as good a quality as it's higher priced equivalent competitor.
April 11, 2013
This is a great product for a picky dog :)
My mini goldendoodle is the pickiest eater I have ever known! He will not eat dry dog food on its own. I had been buying canned food from the vet that I would mix in with his Taste of the Wild High Prairie dry food, but I always hated having to run to the vet when I ran out. Plus, Max was sometimes picky about that too because he would eat all the canned food and leave the dry in the bowl. Last time I ordered my Taste of the Wild from MrChewy.com, I decided to order a case of the canned food too. I am so glad I did because my Max loves it! It mixes in much easier to the dry food. Since starting it a few weeks ago, Max has eaten his whole breakfast and dinner each day! He LOVES it! :)
April 30, 2012
Great canned food with quality ingridients. My dog loves the taste, licks the bowl clean every time he has it. I usually mix it with TOTW dry food for the morning meal.
April 10, 2012
My dogs love it now, but at first, they resisted.
When first given "Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog Food," only 4 out of 5 of my dogs would even try it, and the ones who did were not into it. (Needless to say, I was disappointed since I purchases a case.) So for a couple days I went back to the lower quality food they were used to eating, then I reintroduced "Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog Food," and this time they all ate it up.
I figure they must now love "Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog Food" since their excitement is far greater than it was for the lower quality food they used to get.
So, if your dogs reject ""Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog Food," at first, donât fret, just try again in a few days.
April 1, 2012
This is the only food my dog will eat that doesn't cause her to have a reaction to it
Our little dog has allergies to grain and this is the only food I can feed her that doesn't have a lot of grain filler and meat by products. We have tried many dog foods and she she would have a bad reaction to them or refused to eat them. She is now very healthy . She is 10 years old and runs around and plays like a puppy. I saw a big difference
in a week after feeding her this food . It has cut our Vet. bills down to nothing. No trips for allergie shots anymore.
February 16, 2012
My Dog Loves Taste of the Wild
The Wild High Prarie is my dog's absolute favorite. He immediately digs in before I can even get it all in the bowl. His coat is healthy and full and his skin allergies have cleared up.
February 14, 2012
We started our 9 year old Maltese on this after giving our puppy the dry version. What a difference! She was bloated and kinda miserable with her other foods. When we switched to this, she was like a new (kinda..lol) dog. No more bloating or loose stools. Plus she loves it! Well worth the few extra dollars.
February 14, 2012
My dog loves the taste!
My Maltese gobbles up the canned food because he loves it. He is 13 years old and apparently this food is a little rich for the ol' boy. He has more gas than a feuling station and we can barely stand to be in the room with him. Also the food makes his stool runny which is challenging with a long tail.
June 28, 2013