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Taste Of The Wild Dry Dog Food 28 28
This food is great We have 2 large dogs (a Great Pyrenees/Lab mix and a Golden Retriever), and we just switched them to this food from another grain free. Our Pyreneese started to refuse the other food they were on, so I was so happy that now she eats this food with gusto! I like that it is grain-free and made in the USA. It's price is relative if not lower than that of other grain free dry food. In short, even though they have been eating it for only a week now, I'm very happy with it, and they are too. 08/06/2014
Great product My vet recommended this product a few years ago. My 9 year old poodle was having joint problems. She would limp around and hold one of her legs up in the air. The vet recommended the salmon because the fish oil would be beneficial to her joints. We started her on that and within a few months she was walking normally. She loves the taste and cries for it in the morning. I couldn't be happier with this product. 01/24/2014
The best varieties!! My yorkies can't love a product more. They love every variety and seem to like me mixing 2 together. My groomer asks about how I keep their coats so shiny and I swear its this food, so fancy supplements. 09/17/2013
*SNARF!* My dog loves the Taste of the Wild... From out of puppyhood, I tried to find a natural dry dog food that wouldn't upset his delicate "sensitivities" too much - some, which were rated highly gave him stools that were so soft, you couldn't pick them up... others constipated him to the point that he would almost bleed trying to go. Taste of the Wild almost has it right... his stool is a bit hard with it, but a scoop of pumpkin takes care of that problem. Besides that, he love love loves the taste of all the different versions of the brand. Happy I found this, and gladly pay a premium price to see him in a healthy, happy state. 06/09/2013
Wont give dogs any other food We picked this food because of the ingredient breakdown, and were extremely pleased to see Bison as the primary ingredient-- Not corn, or any of the other stuff thats put in foods like Alpo or Beneful (both rated worst dog foods). My dogs have very healthy stools, and we never have digestive problems. Their coats are extremely shiny and smooth, and their skin is in good shape too. All of that plus their energy shows the food is healthy and good for them. FYI: We have two mutts- an 8 year old chow/rottweiler mix and a 2 year old gsd mix. 05/13/2013
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Answer:Please consult with your vet in regards to the best food due to your furry pal's medical condition.
I know that this dog food is made in the U.S. but where do the products used in this food come from?
Answer:makers of Taste of the Wild Wetlands, replied ?With regard to your question about China, I can certainly appreciate the question. While most of the ingredients originate in the U.S., there are a few ingre- dients, such as vitamins (i.e., ascorbic acid) which are needed and cannot be purchased outside of Asia.?
We said that other companies had told us that they?ll often use third-party-provided ingredients in the United States. Basically, it works like this: the third- party company is the one that sources the ingredients from China, then mixes it in with other stuff, and finally sells the bundled ingredients to companies in the Unit- ed States. This way, guess what: the dog food companies can get away with claiming they didn?t source anything from China. Well, when we pointed this out to Natura, and asked if they used such third-party sourcing, the reply was even shorter than the first statement:
She went on to add that the ingredients are put through ?strenuous testing? for toxins and to ensure top quality.
?We do not source any raw ingredients from China.?
But is it true that some vitamins and minerals can come only from Asia? Well, not necessarily, according to yet another maker of high-quality dog foods:
Essentially, Natura seemed to pretend we never mentioned third-party companies. Based on that inter- action, we?re simply not confident saying that?s a defi- nite ?no Chinese ingredients? in Natura?s EVO line. If we do learn more, Pets Adviser will certainly update this report, but for now, we can?t say one way or the other.
Answer:Thank you for your question. The ingredients are all sourced from the United States.
Answer:Thank you for your question. We definitely suggest you speak with vet prior to feeding this to your dog as they would know which food would be best for them.
my dogs wolf their food and I need a large breed nugget size or they end up vomiting everything up.
Answer:There are specialty bowls to slow your dogs eating. You can also place one or two large objects in her bowl for the same results.
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