Taste of the Wild Ancient Mountain with Ancient Grains Dry Dog Food

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  • This roasted lamb dry dog food with ancient grains is crafted with real meat as the #1 ingredient and is high in protein (25%) to help support bones, joints and lean muscles.
  • Crafted with vitamins and minerals from real fruits, superfoods and ancient grains, omega fatty acids for skin and coat health and nutrients for the energy your furry friend needs thrive!
  • Contains species-specific K9 Strain Proprietary Probiotics, along with antioxidants and prebiotics to help support healthy digestion, immune system health and overall health and wellness.
  • Made in the USA by a family-owned brand that only uses quality ingredients from trusted and sustainable local and global sources.
  • Made without grains, corn, wheat, artificial flavors or artificial colors.
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About Taste of the Wild Dog Food

Taste of the Wild® with Ancient Grains

Taste of the Wild® has taken the wild proteins from their original formulas and combined them with ancient grains, for a powerhouse of protein and nutrients that will have your canines howling for more. Perfect for pet parents who want to feed healthy complex grains as well as their signature roasted and smoked meats, fowl and fish, these are the crave-worthy meals your pup was born to eat.

The Wild is Expanding with Ancient Grains

Sorghum, millet, chia seed and quinoa—these healthy and nutritious grains have remained largely unchanged over thousands of years. Naturally rich in protein, fiber and the vitality-giving nutrients our wild companions need to thrive, Taste of the Wild® pairs these ancient grains with their unique animal protein bases for a healthy new recipe.

The #1 Ingredient Is Always Meat, Fish or Fowl

Every Taste of the Wild® formula is based on unique and highly digestible animal proteins including venison, salmon, lamb, fowl and bison. They provide the high quality protein canines need to support strong muscles, good organ function, and skin and immune health. You’ll see the results in your dog’s shiny coat and overall vitality, and he’ll go wild for the flavor.

Species-Specific Probiotics

Taste of the Wild®’s proprietary K9 Strain® Probiotics were developed specifically for dogs and are added after the cooking process to ensure viability. Each pound of Taste of the Wild®’s dog food contains 80 million live active cultures, to provide the healthy digestive and immune support your buddy needs for overall good health.

Developed by Experts

All Taste of the Wild® recipes are developed by experts and scientists in the fields of veterinary medicine, pet food nutrition, food microbiology, food science and food production and reflect the latest in nutrition research. Each recipe is designed to meet specific nutritional requirements and adhere to strict quality and safety standards.

About Taste of the Wild®

Headquartered in Missouri, Taste of the Wild® is family-owned and operated. They use state-of-the-art facilities across the USA to create quality cat and dog food made to the highest nutritional standards. Now featuring recipes crafted with ancient grains, Taste of the Wild® offers pet parents even more tasty options to choose from. Both their grain-free and ancient grain lines are sure to satisfy your pets’ natural cravings for a Taste of the Wild®.
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Questions & Answers

26 Customer Questions

Do any of the ingredients in this food come from China?
Answer by ChewyMar 09, 2020
Taste of the Wild has five manufacturing facilities, all located in the United States: two in California, one in Missouri, one in South Carolina and one in Arkansas. Taste of the Wild uses some ingredients that are not USA sourced. The lamb from New Zealand, lamb meal and venison from Australia, duck meal from France, potato protein from Germany and dried chicory root from Belgium. There are ingredients that are critical to the formulations (i.e. folic acid and taurine) that can only be sourced out of China. The manufacturer takes care to ensure their ingredients are sustainably and humanely raised. Each food features a protein that has been carefully selected. These include: pasture-raised venison, bison and beef, sustainably sourced salmon, spring-fed trout, and cage-free turkey and duck.

Where is this product made?
Answer by ChewyOct 08, 2019
This recipe is manufactured in the U.S..

What is the ash content % of this food? Thanks.
Answer by ChewySep 18, 2019
This recipe has an ash content of 7.7%.

Is this food chicken free and not cross contaminated with chicken?
Answer by ChewyDec 14, 2020
This food does not contain chicken. Taste of the Wild facilities adhere to stringent quality protocols, have a dedicated quality assurance and safety staff and follow “Good Manufacturing Processes” protocols. The use of ingredients is carefully controlled and finished product samples are tested.

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94 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JaxsiesMom on May 6, 2022

Finally Found The One!

Both my dogs thoroughly enjoy this food and will even try to sneak each other's food when the other is not looking. They both have skin allergies to chicken and I have tried several different foods for them. They were not interested in the other food at all, and I would have to mix in wet food with their kibble to get them to eat it. Not with this food, they gobble it right up! 100% recommend, especially if you have a picky dog that can't eat chicken.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Meine on Apr 4, 2022

Easy on the stomach

I finally found a non prescription dog food that my Aussie with a sensitive stomach can tolerate without me having to have her on stomach medicine. (which can make stomach problems worse in the long run I’ve heard?) I suspect grain free dog foods cause her to have more acid on her stomach but I’m no vet so I can’t say for sure. Either way, grain free dog foods make her deathly sick but I didn’t want to use a corn based dog food either. This was a really nice balance and she likes it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By coopcomgrp on Mar 24, 2022


We always feed this brand to our dog. My family was big on Purina when I was growing up. I checked the ingredients and was very disappointed. We noticed when we bought TOTW locally that before the bag was empty there were these little round bugs in the food. Personally, I think they didn't have the turnover and the food was old. I always get him a different flavor each time I order. My dog loves taste of the wild!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Amma on Feb 13, 2022

Not for my Chi

My 2 yr old chihuahua doesn't like it. I always add fresh cooked chicken or beef to her bowl, with crunchies on the side. She'd been eating PB grain free lamb but suddenly stopped eating it. Vet recommended a grain inclusive food so went with this, not a typical grain inclusive food but I liked the grains it does have and it has added taurine. It was given a 4.5 star rating on Dog Food Advisor. She tried it, left most in the bowl. After a couple weeks she still doesn't like it. It might the bison, too gamey for her? I don't know, she won't tell me LOL! Will try I and Love and You dry dog food cuz she loved the treats I ordered with this dry food.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By blamar59 on Mar 16, 2022

My kids love it..!

Through consumer ratings, I found "Taste of the Wild" dog food to be very good and healthy for my dogs. All 3 of my kids love it..!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Katylucy on Jan 4, 2022

Taste of the wild review

I have been feeding my pup this brand for a few years . I like this brand because it’s not grain free, and does not contain chicken or chicken by products. That is hard to find. and it is made in the USA . I have had trouble in the past with her throwing up and diarrhea . But so far she has done well with this brand.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mary on Dec 29, 2021

Great food for Picky eaters

My 3 dachshunds all of a sudden decided that they were picky eaters. I had gone through 4 different flavors and brands of dog food and they wouldn't eat unless i put bone broth on them. Got this Taste of the Wild and they all love it and eat it like its the best food on earth.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on Jan 8, 2022

Husky is One Happy Dog

My three year old adopted Husky came as a picky eater. I tried a couple of things with her and then found TOTW Lamb. . .and it was more than a hit. She now stands at attention outside the food closet as if she had a wrist watch.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Schnix on Apr 4, 2022

Delivery confirmation

As always, I appreciate your fast ship and the tracking info to follow!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AbbyMom on Oct 26, 2021

Good food for a picky eater

I have a very picky eater, but we have found success with the Taste of the Wild Ancient Grains flavors. Any time she eats breakfast before noon, we call that a success. She used to eat breakfast between 3:00 and 4:30 p.m. and dinner between 8:30 and 9 p.m. She just didn't like her food and was only eating because she was giving in to hunger. I don't want to feed my dog something that she doesn't really like. Since switching to Taste of the Wild, she has been eating much better. Right now, she's been eating the Prairie flavor in the morning and the Wetlands or Mountain flavor for dinner. We found that switching the flavors around with her is what works best. She seems to get bored with a flavor after just 2 or 3 days. Luckily, she has no problem with switching flavors and it keeps her motivated to eat. I use two bowls and put out both flavors in the morning. She chooses which one she wants to eat and finishes that bowl. She gets lots of praise and a special treat for finishing a bowl, so she comes to me to tell me she's "all done." She usually eats her dinner while we are eating ours. Something about seeing us eat motivates her to eat too. She gets another special treat and lots of praise when she finishes that bowl. I am a member of a group of dog enthusiasts that have the same breed that we have and this brand was highly recommended by several members who also have very picky eaters. (It seems this brand either has picky eaters or gobblers - nothing in between!) I prefer to buy from Chewy because I've heard of brand-switching going on with some offers on other online places and showing close up of the bags, you could tell the printing was not right. When opened, the dog food was obviously different shape and color. I didn't buy it, but I saw the images. There was not doubt. With Chewy, I don't have to worry about my dog getting a knock-off inferior dog food. Getting it delivered to my door is a big plus.