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I have been feeding this dry dog food to my wild foxes. I can see the change in their appearance - beautiful coat of fur. They appear happy with the food.
Well what can I say!! My rather fussy cockerpoo loves it! I’ve never seen in her 3yrs eat all her dinner without boiled chicken mixed in. The soft dry kibble she thought were treats & couldn’t get enough of it. The wet food as I said went down a treat. Happy dog & very happy owner. I’m going to review it on my YouTube channel with a massive thumbs up!
After my Rottie not eating his food for 2 week I gave him this today and he "wolfed" it down!
My dogs really enjoy their Wolf of Wilderness. It's a good quality food 👍
Our three picky mix breeds have tried Orijen, Canine Choice and other high brand dry dog food & really haven’t enjoyed eating them. With this food, they are straight to their bowls & it’s gone very quickly. Will be buying this brand again in more flavours!
Since we put our 2 GSD and 3 French Spaniels on it we have clean dishes and happy dogs. The spaniels in paricular can be fussy eaters and 1 does not get on with food that contains grains. We will defintely buy again
Our Wolfhound has a very sensitive tummy. From the minute this arrived he was interested. Sniffing the bag. Desperate for a taste. He loved it. It seems to suit his colitis affected tummy. Very happy. Oredring more.
I have a Eleven year old collie, she had problems limping through running. She loves to run and run.since she was put on the salmon, the fish oils has helped. No limping anymore. My only concern is , one of the ingredients is currants even though it's minor in quality, over a period of time it might effect the kidneys.
After trying numerous grainfree brands we (Jo the Shepherd and I) decided to stick to this one. While Jo likes the high protein ones but his guts don't and averts his nose from lower quality food as he is picky, we found Wolf of Wilderness with the right protein amount. I'm able to pick up after him, he doesn't get hyper after feeding, he likes it and the fish might help to keep his joints healthy.
Both dogs licked there bowls clean .. will definitely be trying the other flavours also x
My 4 dogs have been on Wolf of the Wilderness for quite a while now. I thought I’d try the semi-moist version in Beef. My dogs usually eat a little then come back for some more later, with the semi-moist they are eating everything in the bowl in one sitting! They absolutely love it! Happy dogs happy me!
2 fussy dogs but love this, They do like Markus mini but as a change they like the soft pieces.
My greyhound was losing weight on the other dry dog food, despite being given the correct amount. Also she was very hungry after eating it, so I decided to try Wolf of the Wilderness dog food and she loves it. My dog is very content and happy now, plus she is putting the weight back on now. I love a very happy dog and give them this food.
I got this bag with my reward points to try with my lurcher. She is 14 months, and has a sensitive tum. She has been on Arden Grange Junior, but has been off it a bit, so i decided to try this as i change her over to adult food. I've been mixing it with her normal food, and her appetite is back. She loves it and no problems with her tummy. The food looks and smells good, but is very crunchy, so i soak it a little for her. I will be ordering a big bag to do the full change over.
I’ve tried several different fried foods, but always one liked it and the other didn’t. With Wild if Wilderness they both love it, especially the Wild Hills variety.
My fussy English Bull Terrier absolutely loved this. She wasn’t really eating our old dry food any more so looked for a change. If this didn’t work we would be going back to RAW feeding (wich is amazing but expensive) This dry food is fantastic, she comes looking when it’s dinner time and the food isn’t on the floor, the chunky size of the food is great too. We haven’t had and itchy skin flare ups since using it ether, soo all round a fab product. Dry happy.
I've had my saluki-lurcher for almost two years now, always been a very on the go chap, and an incredibly fussy eater. I always struggled to keep any weight on him, he was underweight even for a slim dog breed. And he'd constantly get bored of whatever food I tried after a few weeks. Then I found Wolf of Wilderness! He's excited for every meal (even after 8 months of the same thing!) and is in perfect condition, bright eyed, fast as ever and perfect, not so smelly, poops. I love this brand!
I was trying to get my German shorthaired pointer to gain weight even thought he was still young just over a year and half. The other food was ok but he was so skinny i could count his spine bones. After trying this being recommended he is thriving on it he can go agility and do canicross each week without the worry of him not having enough energy. Also it calmed his wind down AT LAST. WOO HOO.
My 12 old GSD is getting very fussy about food but since changing to Wolf of the Wilderness she eats with no coaxing and her health is improving as a result
My Boxer dog loves this. Always eats the lot quickly & asks for more!
sent by zooplus as a new customer trial thank you gift .. i will be ordering more in the future as Midge can be very picky and loves these little biscuits. My pug refuses but she is very fussy with anything hard she has to chew .. not a biscuit lover unless it's scottish shortbread haha.
Great quality food at a great price. Would highly reccomend. My Newfoundland and German shepherd are loving it with great coat condition too.
I recently changed to this after my female Boxer refused to eat her cold pressed dog biscuits I was feeding, read the reviews and looked at the quality of ingredients and decided to try, she loves it both wet and dry and happily waits to be fed and eats it all! I have also noticed less poos on walks and she is looking nice and shiny.
My 4 month old husky Clay loves his duck flavoured kibble and the tins were a nice bonus too. Great ingredients at a good price I'll be ordering a couple more bags soon.
I have 15 Alaskan malamutes and a jack Russell one of my sledging malamutes is really fussy and had quite a few allergies grain and so on she’s also a really fussy eater, we have tried a few different brands and flavours for her and she will either like the flavour and it will upset her tummy or she will just not eat it . She’s been on wolf of the wilderness for a while now and love love loves it I buy the fish and wild boar . She’s looking and acting happier!
Storm likes this, grabs a mouthful and wonders off to a comfy spot and you can see he enjoys eating it. He has kidney and liver disease, using this range has honestly helped him, his appetite is back and he is definitely coping a lot better.
Walt our Labrador lapped this food up! No problems with loose stools or any digestive problems. Would highly recommend
Our lab is enjoying his food again, he had really gone off the last food we were buying for him but he is loving meal times again. His stools are firm and It hasn’t upset his sensitive tummy. Definitely be buying again.
My Miniature Schnauzer absolutely loves this food and what a very good price with £10 Off at the moment will be ordering some more.
It’s a relief to finally find a grain free food that my 3 German Shepherds will all eat most of the time, 1 is very picky & eventually turned her nose up at raw. They all have a great coat & skin. The bag Is easy to open & has a great zip lock top
We have two very picky dogs. They have a lot of trouble with their foods.We change to this food and both have been a lot better.
Betty my Boxer loves this food, coat and eyes shine and she looks a picture of health. Very digestible kibble that she loves. She has no problem with any of the varieties loves them all.
I just moved my 6yr old German Shepherd and 2 yr old Northern Inuit on to this food as My Inuit had become very picky with food. Both really enjoy this food and the food appears to agree with them both, I may consider moving my 15yr old girl onto this too.
My 11 month old Scottie loves his food and is thriving. Digestive system very healthy. Lovely shiny coat.
I originally started using Wolf of the Wilderness for my ex guide dog, Flat coat Retriever x. as he was continually suffering with stomach issues. This food helped resolve these issues and is now fed to my Labrador as well (I must admit I like a nibble of it myself - it's very meaty tasting!!)
My (very wolf-looking) Siberian husky loves this food. When we got her as a puppy, she was very picky and would not eat at all for days if she did not like food. We tried every commercial brand of dog foods - until we found this Wolf brand. I now buy a mix of flavours in dry and wet, and alternate. Her fur stays dry shiny and beautiful, and she is full of energy.
Have been feeding this to my Deerhound for around 6 months (all varieties). Tried other quality brands but they either disagreed with his tummy or he was too skinny. With WofW poo is much firmer, min gas and weight good. A 12kg bag lasts 4 weeks for a 38kg dog and provides good value for money. As a fussy eater I still need to add a little meat, fish or egg to encourage him to eat but have had to do that with them all.
Recently my Miniature Schnauzer has become very fussy with his food. He had been on James Wellbeloved since he was very young but he just wasn't ever excited about eating it. We tried putting dog gravy on it and water but just had no luck. I did quite a lot of research about new food and came across this. I bought the trial pack with all four flavours in it and my boy is a different dog. He is now full of beans when it comes to feeding time and he eats all of it completely dry. Very happy!
My little mixed bred has food intolerances,wheat,rice,oats,corn,peas.so difficult to find a food without peas,or a legume.glad to have found this food,she loves it.but please continue to list the ingredients I like to check before I order each tme time.as other brands do change.
i always get this food when on offer, both dogs are full of energy, sooty is 11 and coco 10. the best bit,i.m.o., is they only poo once a day and it's so firm you dont need a poo bag.....keep the price at £3 a kilo and i will always buy