I was looking for a dry food that doesn't have chicken, or at least not much of it. This one has salmon. The first time (and I mixed it 50/50 with her old kibble) she was very excited to eat it. She still likes it, and it's been a couple of weeks. I'm still not sure if it will solve her feet licking problem (I was told to change her diet), but she does seem to chew her feet less. I'm still mixing her food 50/50 and will up that proportion. It's a good quality food.
The recipe was changed last fall reported by the manufacturer who added chicken fat. I never seen mention of this on Chewy so I purchased it again as I had been feeding this to my dog for months without issue due to her allergies. Well my dog is unfortunately allergic to chicken and immediately had a reaction to it. I read the ingredient list and was shocked to see the addition of chicken fat. Had I known the recipe had been changed I wouldn’t have purchased it.
I have two Goldens who love this food. One of the dogs has severe digestive and allergy issues and she loves this food. It is well made with the best ingredients and I feel good giving it to her because it's high quality. This food has made a huge difference in her digestion and eating habits. We are so happy it is all fish based also. It's not cheap, but it keeps my girls healthy.
It seems as if the price has risen considerably like everything else. But our Lab's stool is better and more regular and seems to really like all brands of Prey.
My dogs do not like this food. I end up tossing a lot out.need to switch to something they like. They will eat some of it with human scraps
Worked really well for my GSD until they changed from sunflower oil to chicken fat. Called them and was told that they put the fat through a centrifuge to remove the protein, which is supposedly the allergen, and it shouldn’t cause any issues with a dog who is allergic to chicken. Within a week of eating the new formula, my dog started scratching up a storm. We’re now in the process of switching over to a different fish based brand that does NOT use chicken fat in any form! There should be better communication to consumers when manufacturers change their ingredients!
I purchased this for my newly adopted Cavalier Charles as the rescue was feeding it during his stay with them. It does not have a lot of things the other foods have and so far he is doing ok on it.
We knew our dog had some food sensitivities, but couldn't quite nail it down to one thing. When I switched to taste of the wild his digestion improved immensely, but he was still having a lot of gas. We got a food sensitivity test that came back showing alot of random sensitivities. I was very pleased to find that taste of the wild had a formula that would work for him ! He does great with this food and no gas!
I purchased Prey because I liked the ingredients especially that the first ingredient was beef. I took my german shepherd off Wellness Complete Health healthy weight for the summer months because he was more active so I bought Prey Angus beef because of the ingredients and higher fat content. He was drinking way too much water with the Prey so I called Taste of the Wild and found out the sodium content was .35% ! I called Wellness and their salt content for Complete Health Healthy weight was .13 so that means 'Prey' had about 3 times as much salt in it than Wellness. I threw the rest of 'Prey' Angus beef out and feeding him Wellness Complete Health Healthy Weight now. He's doing much better on it and not drinking so much water! I wish manufacturers would list the salt content on their labels and lower the amount of salt in their dog food!!
Great product great price and service helps so much with his allergies