Wild Calling Canned Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls

Hi, I recently read that Taste of the Wild released a new small breed formula, specifically the “Appalachian Valley” formula. I was hoping to read your review before making the decision to transition my dog to this food. Any information is greatly appreciated, thank you!

Wild Calling! Rocky Mountain Medley Dog Food - an independent review, star rating and recall history by the editors of The Dog Food Advisor.

Then I googled recalls of the food and found this page. A lot of the reviews were the same thing that was happening to my dog. I was so upset. The food that I was choosing to give my dog was making him sick! I did write the company an email and they did respond right away. They just said, "I'm sorry your dog is going through this and there are no recalls at this time". I took him off Taste of the Wild and switched him to a different food and he is all better now. No more vomiting and he is back to his old self. I have worked professionally with dogs for 15 years and have referred 100s of my clients to Taste of the Wild which makes me mad to think about! I will no longer be using Taste of the Wild and will not suggest it to anyone!!

Taste of the Wild Dog Food Reviews, Ratings and Analysis

Wild Calling canned dog food - an independent review, star rating and recall history by the editors of The Dog Food Advisor. Wild Calling! also makes Xotic Essentials Dog Recipes. These recipes feature exotic or novel proteins that dogs are less likely to have eaten previously. They can be a good choice for a dog with a food allergy who needs to eat an unusual protein. Wild Calling! offers three recipes in this line. These foods use LITe (Limited Ingredient Technology), no generic ingredients or bland fillers, no chicken, grain, gluten, egg, yeast, corn, wheat, or soy.

Taste of the Wild High Prairie Review - Best value dry dog food

Mary Straus puts Taste of the Wild on her list of top dry dog foods, but with more reservations than most reviewers. She's concerned that the use of exotic proteins might prove to be a problem in identifying a food allergy should one arise, and she notes that Taste of the Wild was part of the 2012 Diamond Pet Foods recall.

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