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Dog Food Review: Taste of the Wild

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Just like human parents, the pup parents try their best to provide great food for their children. In this regard, foods like Taste of Wild are the best possible option. This meal is the validation of the name itself. It consists of ingredients like lamb, bison, chicken, and salmon.  It will give true enjoyment of the wild taste to the pup. In deciding the appropriate food for your pup flavor is not the only element that is to be taken into consideration. The ingredients present, the reviews of the customers hold significant validation in choosing a product.

The taste of the Wild product line is inclusive of nine dry dog food products. Every nine products consist of their relative AAFCO nutrient profile (Growth, Maintenance, All Life Stages, Supplemental or Unspecified). The products are grain free content derived from roasted meat and vegetable nutrients.

Ingredients review

The taste of the wild consists of 32% of protein and eighteen percent fat on average. It is excessive in the quantities percent in the regular dog food. The protein source from meat is derived from beef, lamb, salmon, boar bison and venison. On the other hand, the non-protein sources are inclusive of peas, beans, brewers yeast as well as eggs. The formulas have the same level of proteins. However, the difference is in the variety of carbs and proteins used.

Some of the primary ingredients are discussed below

Bison: The taste of the wild buffalo is very comparable to the beef. The only variation is that it contains fewer fats and extra protein and is an optimal option for the dogs that are hypersensitive to beef. Moreover, bison is relaxed to digest in comparison to beef.

Lamb: it is intense lamb meat. It contains three hundred percent excess protein than regular lamb due to its dehydration. It is mostly obtained through New Zealand

Chicken: it is a very common ingredient in the dog food, yet it is a mutual allergen. The chicken meal consists of additional protein in comparison to the fresh chicken itself.

Sweet potatoes: These are rich in potassium, magnesium, manganese and fiber content. They are less in obese.

Peas: the general protein percentage is contributed by peas. It constitutes twenty-five percent of the protein. Peas are a rich in carbohydrates. This can result in obesity if not consumed in moderate amount.

Potatoes: it gives extra energy to the minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. It is rich in potassium, iron, copper and fiber content. However, they are rich in carbohydrates that can result in obesity if it is consumed in excessive amounts.

Canola oils: it is an excellent basis of omega three acid that is important for healthy skin as well as coat fur. It is derivative of adapted rapeseed.

Egg: the egg products can be either yolks or whites. It can be in the form of dehydrates, fluid or icy. The eggs are undoubtedly an unlimited home of protein as well as is digestible

Roasted bison and roasted venison: these are not supplemented in significant amounts to fulfill the inclusive protein proportion.

Apart from the above-mentioned ingredient, the taste of wild high Prairie canine formula also consists of probiotics for vigorous abdominal flora, blueberries with antioxidants and reserves.

Best suited for

Puppies: there are two formulas for puppies which provides high-value protein for energetic developing dogs.  These are High Prairie Puppy® Formula (Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison) and Pacific Stream Puppy® Formula with Smoked Salmon.

Adolescents: they will also benefit from higher protein and nutrients present in Wetlands Canine® Formula with Roasted Fowl.

Adult dogs: all adult formulas are suitable for dogs of one till eight years of age.

Pregnant and lactating dogs: Pregnant and lactating dogs should consume 15% more food per 29% of protein content. High Prairie Canine® Formula with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison and Wetlands Canine® Formula with Roasted Fowl are best suited.

Large breeds: All the six formulas are suitable for large breeds.

Small breeds: The formula High Prairie Canine® Formula with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison or Wetlands Canine® Formula with Roasted Fowl was designed for small breeds.

Picky eaters:  High Prairie Canine® Formula with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison is best suitable for picky eaters.

Allergic dogs: All the formulas are the great choice for the allergic dogs. The best of these are Pine Forest® Canine Formula (Venison & Legumes) or the Pacific Stream Canine® Formula having Smoked Salmon.