Taste of the Wild - Southwest Canyon Canine

2kg
: 5/5
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A balanced dry dog food with natural ingredients including lots of meat, grain-free kibble made with beef, lamb, wild boar and fish, rich in antioxidants, omega-3 & 6 and prebiotics. Made in the USA...further information
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Taste of the Wild - Southwest Canyon Canine
Taste of the Wild - Southwest Canyon Canine
Taste of the Wild - Southwest Canyon Canine
Taste of the Wild - Southwest Canyon Canine
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Product description

A balanced dry dog food with natural ingredients including lots of meat, grain-free kibble made with beef, lamb, wild boar and fish, rich in antioxidants, omega-3 & 6 and prebiotics. Made in the USA

Taste of the Wild – Southwest Canyon is made to a unique formula with a blend of animal protein sources, including wild boar. This tasty kibble is suitable for dogs of all breeds and sizes in the adult stage of life. The biologically appropriate kibble is based on the original feeding habits of your dog while taking your dog's lifestyle into account. It contains a high percentage of valuable animal protein from tasty lamb, beef, wild boar and fish. This dry dog food is totally grain-free. Dogs cannot digest grain easily and it is known to cause digestive problems in many dogs. Taste of the Wild – Southwest Canyon is made with peas which are a great source of lots of important nutrients, vitamins and trace elements. Vegetables and fruit provide minerals and vitamins and it is rich in antioxidants which protect the cells from free radicals and also help to strengthen the immune system. Chicory with the prebiotic inulin and yucca schidigera help to keep the digestive system working well. All ingredients are of the highest possible quality to ensure high palatability and digestibility, even for dogs will nutritional sensitivities.

Taste of the Wild - Southwest Canyon dry dog food at a glance:

  • For dogs of all breeds and sizes in adulthood
  • Protein-rich beef, lamb and wild board: tasty, carefully selected ingredients with easy to digest protein and fat provide your pet with healthy sources of energy and help to keep your dog in great shape
  • Grain-free: this kibble provides a balanced nutrition to keep your dog healthy and vital. Many vets believe that grain in pet food is the cause of many health problems. The high carbohydrate content in grain can lead to obesity, diabetes, digestion problems and other illnesses
  • Peas as a carbohydrate source: a great source of healthy carbohydrates with important nutrients, vitamins and trace elements as well as energy
  • Balanced protein mix for an optimum amino acid profile: amino acids form the basis of a healthy body, with ocean fish offering a high content of activated omega-3 fatty acids (DHA, EPA), for healthy skin and glossy coat
  • Eggs: with premium, easy to digest proteins such as lutein and zeaxanthin which help to protect the eyesight
  • Linseeds: rich in unsaturated fatty acids, especially omega-3, for healthy fur. Also contains mucilage which can support a healthy digestive system
  • Rich in antioxidants: to protect the cells from free radicals and to help keep the immune system working well
  • Healthy digestive system: dried chicory root and Yucca Schidigera provide prebiotic inulin which supports a healthy intestinal flora and immune system
  • Omega fatty acids: omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids work to together to help maintain healthy skin and a shiny coat as well as overall good health
  • Blueberries and Raspberries: these berries are packed with phytonutrients full of antioxidants to help keep the cells healthy
  • NO: Slaughterhouse waste, vegetable or animal by-products, taste enhancers, attractants
  • Tomatoes: A natural source of vegetable fibre for a healthy digestive system and with healthy vitamins and powerful antioxidants such as beta-carotene and lycopene
  • All Life-Stages Nutrition: Taste of the Wild dog food is formulated to meet the recommended nutrient profiles of AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) and fulfils the nutritional needs of your pet throughout all stages of life.
  • Made in the USA
Taste of the Wild – Southwest Canyon dog food is suitable for all dog breeds and sizes, and is dog food just as nature intended.

 

Ingredients

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Ingredients:
Beef (18%), peas, chickpeas, lamb meat meal, rapeseed oil, egg products, wild boar (4%), sea fish meal, pea meal, brewer's yeast, tomato pulp, linseeds, salmon oil [source of DHA], minerals, dried chicory root, tomato, blueberries, raspberries, Yucca schidigera extract.

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (10,000 IU), vitamin D3 (750 IU), vitamin E (150 IU), taurine (0.1%), iron amino acid chelate hydrate (9mg), amino acids copper chelate hydrate (1.05mg), ferrous-(II)-sulphate monohydrate (18mg), cuprous-(II)-sulphate pentahydrate (1.75mg), potassium iodide (1.485mg), amino acids manganese chelate hydrate (2.1mg), manganous-(II)-oxide (7.7mg), manganous-(II)-sulphate (4.48mg), amino acids zinc chelate hydrate (11.25mg) zinc sulphate (26,625mg), sodium selenite (0.018mg).
Sensory additives:
Natural aroma.


Analytical constituents

protein29.0 %
fat15.0 %
fibre4.5 %
ash7.8 %
moisture10.0 %
omega-3 fats0.3 %
omega-6 fats2.4 %
DHA fatty acid0.05 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation

Taste of the Wild – Southwest Canyon is a complete dry food for adult dogs.

Dog's weight 6-12 weeks 3-4 months 5-7 months 8-12 months Adult
1 - 2.25kg 100 - 133g 75 - 125g 66 - 75g 50 - 66g 33 - 50g
2.25 - 4.5kg 133 - 225g 125 - 200g 75 - 133g 66 - 100g 50 - 100g
4.5 - 9kg 225 - 350g 200 - 300g 133 - 225g 100 - 175g 100 - 150g
9 - 13.5kg 350 - 466g 300 - 400g 225 - 300g 175 - 233g 150 - 200g
13.5 - 18kg 466 - 575g 400 - 500g 300 - 366g 233 - 300g 200 - 233g
18 - 27kg - 500 - 666g 366 - 475g 300 - 375g 233 - 325g
27 - 36kg - - 475 - 575g 375 - 466g 325 - 375g
36 - 45kg - - 575 - 675g 466 - 550g 375 - 450g
45 - 57kg - - 675 - 800g 550 - 633g 450 - 525g
57 - 68kg - - - 633 - 725g 525 - 600g
68 - 79kg - - - 725 - 800g 600 - 666g
 

 

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Latest user reviews

14/02/21|Gerry
: 5/5
Best dog food
Both our Lhasa Apso and Whippet cross Greyhound both adour Taste of the Wild SouthWest Canyon Canine.its fantastic for their digestive systems dn keeps their stools regular. It's also makes both of their coats so shiny. Wouldn't change their food ever.
20/06/18|Gerry
: 5/5
Lhasa Apso
Our Lhasa Apsos adore this and their coats are so soft since changing over.
21/03/18
: 5/5
Consistently good dog food
Our dog started having Taste of the Wild when we lived in the US. Her health is amazing and she never has bowel issues or weight problems. Highly recommend!
11/11/17|Maxine
: 5/5
Great
Fantastic food for my 2 bulldogs they love it will defo be reordering
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
05/08/16
: 5/5
Lhasa Apso's Delight
We have a 6 month old and a 12 year old Lhasa Apso and after initially trying various dry food for the puppy he used to toss the dry food away but one sniff of the Taste of Wild (red bag) and he devours it all. No smells breath Luke other foods and great digestion (from what I've seen from the garden). With regards to the older dog, he has never liked dry food and is always fussy when it comes to wet food but like the pup, one sniff and he stays till every single bit has gone. They portions are very good and they seem to be much happier and also their coats have become much softer. So happy we tried this dog food and will be sticking with this one.
28/02/16
: 1/5
Not good
I have been using Taste of the wild for months with my dog, she has a delicate tummy. Great food in general but this one caused her diarrhea and vomits.
27/11/15|Gaynor Rush
: 5/5
The Only Food Dora My Collie Enjoys
After buying several types of dry food for my Collie (who does have a sensitive tummy) this food was recommended to me by daughter who fed her dogs in the USA on it . Dora loved it , it doesn't upset her tummy ,Wet or Dry and her coat and general condition really improved. I cant praise the brand enough as we have no more upset tummies and Dora enjoys her food for once. It does not appear to be available anywhere in the shops in the UK, so thank goodness for Zooplus too for the amount of variety
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
24/09/15|Vanessa
: 5/5
Fantastic food
My black lab loves this food and he is not a big eater . Within days of changing to this his coat started to shine . He looks lovely and healthy and glowing and people always ask how is coat is so shiny . I tell them it's this food , the difference is huge . Great company too
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
03/05/15|Toni Hall
: 4/5
Quality kibble that the Newfs love
This has been a real hit with my Newfoundlands. Being grain free is very important. Love the quality of the ingredients and the only reason i gave it 4* and not 5* is because they do not give the % of each ingredient which really should be listed. Digestion of this food is fab with good stools and they look in good healthy coat. Suits my breed very well.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
03/05/15|Tina White
: 5/5
Yummy Scrummy
All four of our dogs just love this food, no rubbish ingredients! It is also great as you can feed different aged dogs with the same food which makes feeding time for 4 dogs much easier
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
26/06/14|Kate
: 5/5
The best flavour
We tried all flavors of Taste of the Wild, but this one is number1! Our 1,5 lab love it !! Contents of the bowl disappears in few seconds.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk