Taste of the Wild Wetlands Canned Dog Food
Boxer loves it
I mix some of this with TOTW dry food and pup loves it.
February 18, 2013
Great Food & Great Price
Finally a healthy food without genetically engineered corn, or other glutens that my dogs will eat without picking out the parts they don't like.
December 18, 2012
I have been feeding Blue Buffalo wilderness but after reading the reviews and contents of the food I decided to try TOTW. I have 2 GSD's and they can't wait to get fed. The pricing is better and the bags are bigger. The canned is great.
December 18, 2012
Ok, but I prefer many other brands.
My dogs have been eating TOTW dry food for years, and they love it. This canned food is a bit watery, and the little chunks are unappealing- at least to me. My dog takes several pills with each meal, and they don't really mix in well with the consistency of this food. He eats it, and likes it, but it doesn't seem to last as long as other brands when I mix it in with the dry food.
December 15, 2012
healthy can food
mix small amount with dry and they love it One German Shepard and one Bischon
July 21, 2012
Needs to have bigger chunks of meat for the 50+ lbs dog. My Lab will eat it but tends to strangle. Overall good value.
July 15, 2012
Good quality, contains chicken
This is, like the whole series of Taste of the Wild products a seemingly quality canned dog food. little squared slices of meat in a gravy with very few pieces of potato and a few peas visible. The dogs love it. However, if you have a dog with chicken allergies, this, too is not a good food. In that case, I can recommend the "Stream" kind with salmon and other fish.
The reason why I rated this one 4 stars is because no canned food (not even human) will ever get 5 stars from me.
April 22, 2012
My dog can't wait to eat anymore
I chose this canned food AND the dry food when I discovered my dog was diabetic. These products are virtually grain free and grain adds carbs and elevates blood sugars.
She was so listless but now, with the help of insulin and a protein based diet is a puppy again at the age of twelve. (Terrier/Sheperd mixed breed)
April 5, 2012