We’re proud to introduce an online publication that celebrates the people and pets who seek a healthier and simpler lifestyle.
With PREY Magazine, we hope to give you a reason — a reminder — to take a break, take a breath, and enjoy the simple things life has to offer.
Like your pet.
Taste of the Wild PREY is a pet food created by one family who believes that every pet deserves the best nutrition and every pet owner deserves a fair value. We have taken these beliefs and transferred them into our magazine, which features articles that educate and entertain pet parents.
Every ingredient in PREY is included for a reason, and every article in PREY Magazine is written to resonate with those who treat pets like members of the family. Here’s what you can expect.
Our feature story tells the tale of Colorado Parks and Wildlife district wildlife manager Brock McArdle and his partner Cash, a K9 officer, as they protect half a million acres of the great Colorado outdoors and its animals from poachers and other dangers.
Keeping nutrition simple
More Americans are adopting “clean eating” diets, where they consume whole foods that are as close to their natural state as possible. PREY Magazine features limited ingredient diet (LID) success stories and discusses the benefits of LID diets for pets and their humans.
TidBites of information
A section dedicated to recipes, news, breed profiles and other stories that will aid pet parents in their journey to live the simple life.
In pursuit of adventure
The magazine outlines the best places to live and travel with your pet, and tips for taking your pet on the road wherever your adventures lead you. It also profiles pets with extraordinary talents that go extraordinary places.
We believe that everyone deserves to enjoy the benefits of simple living, and that includes our pets. PREY Magazine is a reflection of what is important to pet parents — to be as healthy as possible and keep things simple for them and their pets.
The information in this blog has been developed with our veterinarian and is designed to help educate pet parents. If you have questions or concerns about your pet's health or nutrition, please talk with your veterinarian.