Taste Of The Wild Super Foods Dry Dog Food

Last updated: May 9, 2023

This dry dog food earns praise for a high percentage of high-quality protein and highly digestible grain-free carbs, which makes it a great option for dogs with sensitive stomachs. The real roasted meat is sure to satisfy your dog's taste buds, too.

We looked at the top Dry Dog Food and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Dry Dog Food you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: An easily digestible, grain-free food with high-quality protein.

In our analysis of 99 expert reviews, the Taste Of The Wild Super Foods Dry Dog Food placed 7th when we looked at the top 20 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Modern science proves that your dog shares the DNA of the wolf. Years of domestication and excellent care have turned your dog from a short-lived potential foe to a long-lived best friend. Although his DNA remains the same and his tastes demand something of the wild, his diet should provide him with all the best nutrition available today. A grain-free formula with sweet potatoes and peas provides highly digestible energy for your active dog. Made with real roasted and smoked fowl, this formula offers a taste sensation like no other. Supplemented with vegetables and fruits, this hearty formula delivers antioxidants to help give your friend a healthy lifestyle. Your dog craves a taste of the wild. Go ahead and give him one.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Taste of the Wild is a plant-based dry dog food using a moderate amount of named meat meals as its main sources of animal protein, thus earning the brand 4.5 stars. Highly recommended.
Grain-free, high protein percentage, good meat sources, eggs, lots of fruits and vegetables.
Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream Canine formula looks like a good food for dogs who might have sensitive stomachs, or for any dog who likes salmon and potatoes/sweet potatoes. The protein and fat percentages are moderate and the ingredients look good. We don’t see anything here for someone to object to, especially if they like a grain free dog food.
We believe that this dog food goes above and beyond its competitors for superior taste, a balanced nutritional blend, and excellent, high quality ingredients.
Plus: This food contains friendly bacteria (benefits the intestinal system and in turn the immune system of the pet); included in Guaranteed Analysis (company guarantees viable bacteria). - This pet food contains several animal protein sources – venison, lamb, egg, duck, ocean fish.
All products are naturally grain-free, each recipe features real roasted meat, highly digestible grain-free carbohydrates, multiple proteins in every formula, supplemented with antioxidants for strong immunity, probiotic supplements for healthy digestion, chelated minerals for maximum absorption
Grain-free dog foods are a great choice if you’re trying to minimize fillers and potential allergens. The ingredients in Taste of the Wild are high quality, with most of them sourced in the USA. Rare and exotic proteins provide a good variety, which is nice for dogs allergic to more common protein sources or picky eaters.
Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canine Formula with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison, and probably the company’s other formulas, appear to be very good foods and I would recommend them, especially if you are looking for a good grain-free food at a reasonable price.

What reviewers didn't like

Minus: Supplements can be sourced from China; risk of poor quality control. - Many mineral listings do not read to be chelated or proteinated (for better mineral absorption). - Contains copper sulfate, supplement recently linked to liver disease. - Contains multiple pea ingredients that could cause gastrointestinal issues in some pets. - Contains Sodium Selenite – potential risk form of selenium. - This pet food lists salt high in the ingredients, contains more salt than some food ingredients. - Contains Canola Oil; controversial oil linked to health risks.
More limited selection of products than some brands, no formulas for large-breed dogs, recipes may be higher in calories than the typical dog food
The only issue I would note of concern is the presence of both tomatoes andtomato pomace. Tomatoes and tomato pomace do supply lycopene and beta carotene, as well as vitamin C, but most dog food companies use them as a source of soluble fiber. You will probably be seeing them more and more often in dog foods so they really aren’t bad ingredients here.
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