This has revived our dog's appetite!
We have a 5 year-old goldendoodle who seemed to have got bored with her kibble and would often not eat her lunch-time meal. With a handful of this new semi-moist food added she is devouring every meal as soon as it is put down.
My dog loves this
My dog is a very fussy eater and I can only buy 1kg bags. He has really enjoyed this whole bag though and I can even give it to him during the day as treats because it is sem moist and he doesn't notice the difference.
I would have given 5 stars except I am trying to keep my dog off chicken as it sometimes upsets him and I noticed that there is some chicken sneaked into this lamb and sweet potato flavour!!!
8month old miniature schnauzer finally eating her kibble, she had stopped eating the one I’d been feeding her since I got her.
Good selection of ingredients apart from one !
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.
just started using Wolf of the WIlderness
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 have 3 bully's, one being very fussy. After introducing this there is never a biscuit left. All 3 love it. The only reason I haven't given 5 stars as have noticed their tear staining is much darker since changing to this biscuit. But overall really pleased.
Good food, but branding is misleading
This is a good food that I have had no problems with. However, the rather fanciful branding and descriptions are misleading. The three dry foods are essentially the same chicken-based food with the different 'flavours' all having 10% or 8% of duck/venison/lamb 'protein' as a much later ingredient in the list. The remainder of the recipes seems to be identical and there is likely very little difference in the foods. Really it ought to be one food called Wolf of Wilderness Farmyard Chicken.