Taste of the Wild has a loyal consumer base but has faced a number of issues over the years. The same can often be said for many large American brands, but it’s worth doing a little research if you feed this food.
With a focus on a primitive canine diet it boasts a high protein (32%) and fat (18%) content and lower carbs, which is what we like to see.
We’ll take a look at the ingredients of the High Prairie formula and see what they tell us about the food…
Initially we find three meat ingredients, a combo of bison, lamb meal, and chicken meal. This packs a punch, but we’re also told bison is 12% of the product. It’s possible the first six ingredients are also 12%, making the food 24% potato (sweet & regular), and 12% peas.
We also find beef, venison, eggs, and fish meal which should push the animal constituents in the food above 50% – that’s really good compared to many other dry foods.
The ingredients as a whole are very balanced and there aren’t any nasties. It’s preserved naturally rather than with chemicals – another good plus point. All in all it really stacks up as a good formula with high protein, high fat, low carbs.
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Bison (12%), Lamb meal, Chicken Meal, Sweet potatoes, Peas, Potatoes, Chicken Fat, Egg product, Beef, Roasted Venison (4%), Tomato pomace, Potato Protein, Pea Protein, Ocean Fish Meal, Minerals, dried Chicory root, Tomatoes, Blueberry, Raspberries, yucca schidigera extract.
- High meat content
- High protein and fat