Taste of the Wild High Prairie Grain-Free Canned Dog Food, 13.2-oz, case of 12

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Take Rosco's taste buds to the wild side with Taste of the Wild High Prairie. Lean protein from roasted venison and bison are mixed in a tasty gravy along with highly digestible potatoes and peas for the energy your dog needs. Plus, it features tomatoes, blueberries and rasberries which are excellent antioxidant powerhouses. This grain-free formula can be fed alone as your dog's sole diet or as the perfect complement to High Prairie Dry Dog Food.

Key Benefits

  • Grain-free complete and balanced formula can also be fed as your pet’s sole diet
  • Contains bison, lamb and venison for a blend of quality animal protein sources to meet the needs of your special dog
  • Formulated with potatoes and peas as an excellent sources of nutrients, and highly digestible carbohydrate sources.
  • Supplemented with highly nutritious ingredients such as tomatoes, blueberries and raspberries, to deliver antioxidants to help give your friend a healthy lifestyle
  • Made right here in the USA!

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  • Item Number
  • Food Texture
    Chunks in Gravy
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small, Medium, Large
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet

Nutritional Info


  1. Beef, Lamb Broth, Vegetable Broth, Lamb Liver, Dried Egg Product, Potato Starch, Potatoes, Bison, Roasted Lamb, Roasted Venison, Peas, Ocean Fish, Guar Gum, Tricalcium Phosphate, Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavor, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Phosphate, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Inulin, Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Blueberries, Raspberries, Choline Chloride, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Iron Amino Acid Chelate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin E Supplement, Copper Amino Acid Chelate, Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Sodium Selenite, Cobalt Amino Acid Chelate, Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Potassium Iodide, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid.

Caloric Content

  1. 1,002 kcal/kg, 375 kcal/13.2 oz can
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 8.5% min
Crude Fat 3.5% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 82.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Transition Instructions

When changing to Taste of the Wild, we recommend making a gradual transition over 7-10 days to help avoid possible digestive upset in sensitive pets. Add a small amount of new food to your dog’s previous diet, gradually increasing the new and decreasing the previous diet until the transition is complete.

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Customer Reviews

Taste of the Wild High Prairie Grain-Free Canned Dog Food is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 185.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2013-04-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Misleading Bison on Can Sleeve Bison, lamb and venison are numbers 8-10 in the ingredients list. So if you are looking to shake-up the protein sources, keep in mind that beef, not bison is the first ingredient: followed by various broths, dried egg product and potato, plus potato starches. The product is 85% moisture which is high for a canned food even though it is advertised as having gravy, it is a high proportion of the product. For my money, I'd go for a pate. That said, my dogs enjoyed it with no diarrhea. It smells fresh and palatable.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Diarrhea I've been using taste of the wild for years for my dogs and lately I've been very disappointed. The dry dog food I use is the Pacific Stream which the bag before the one I'm using now, they had black tarry poops. I gave it another chance and it was fine. Thought I'd buy a case of a different flavor in the cans and all seven of my dogs have diarrhea. They only get a teaspoon each mixed with their dry food. A friend of mine who has six dogs also is experiencing the same diarrhea problem from taste of the wild canned food. She did not try a different flavor. She had it replaced. All was fine then. Bought another case and had the diarrhea problem again . Not sure what's going on with taste of the wild but I'm very disappointed. My dogs always did very well on it for years. My oldest is going to be 16 next month.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from She Loves It, But it Scares Me So when I purchased this food I guess I didn't read the description because I thought it was just regular mushy canned dog food. This is canned chunks of food in gravy. I must have a phobia of canned chunks because it absolutely freaks me out lol!! One day she ate it and then threw up on the rug and it looked the exact same as it did in the bowl when I fed her. I about screamed when I was cleaning it up haha! So now I just chop it up with a spoon when I feed her (I have to look away) because I guess she isn't chewing it up (she's a min pin so maybe it's because her stomach is smaller). Anyway, it passes the taste test according to her (literally her bowl is licked so clean that you'd think I just washed it) but I just can't. I just can't. We'll get through it together.
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great food When my pups hear the can opening they start dancing uncontrollably. It smell like good food. needless to say its on auto order.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from my dog loves it! Max, my 15 yr. old Hovawart, is slowly (very slowly!) recovering from vestibular disease. He has always been a finicky eater, but this has thrown him for a loop. He has lost lots of weight, which he didn't need to lose. I have purchased many varieties of canned dog food in the past six weeks - all of which he barely touched. I called Chewy, desperate to find a high protein, high calorie food that he might eat. The lovely girl in customer service (sorry, her name has slipped my memory ) looked and looked and came up with Taste of the Wild High Prairie. I am happy to report Max is eagerly eating every last spoonful of this food, is looking forward to meal time again, and hopefully will soon be gaining weight. I highly recommend Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog food, and more than that, I HIGHLY recommend Chewy! Best customer service, ever. Hands down. As long as I have pets I will use Chewy. Thank you Chewy, for truly caring about my old fella.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nutritious, yummy, and easy for senior dogs to eat. My 10 year old near toothless Toy Poodle is a picky, picky, eater with a very sensitive tummy. Dry kibbles are too hard for him to chew. Raw food is too rich for his digestive system. Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canned Dog Food is just right. He loves the gravy, peas, and the tender chucks of meat it contains. I love the fact that it is very nutritious; doesn't cause my dog any digestive sensitivities. Feeding time is a delight for both of us now!
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My dog loves this food We wanted to transition our dog from the canned food from Costco to something more nutritious. Taste of the Wild got great reviews from the dog food experts. Even though I believe they are both made by Diamond Pet Foods, the Taste of the Wild is far superior. When you open the Kirkland can, you mostly see gravy. When you open the Taste of the Wild can you see chunks of meat and veggies.
Date published: 2016-12-15
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