Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison

The unique combination of pasture-raised bison, pasture-raised venison and ancient grains means this recipe is flavorful and rich in highly digestible protein. It also features antioxidants for immune support and more.

Number 1 ingredient is real meat
  • Ancient Grains

    Ancient Grains – Ancient grains like grain sorghum, millet, quinoa and chia seed are naturally high in fiber and rich in protein. Unchanged for thousands of years, different grains provide various nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and omega fatty acids.

  • Roasted Bison Venison

    Pasture-Raised Bison & Pasture-Raised Venison – Roasted bison and roasted venison provide highly digestible protein with a roasted flavor your dog will crave.

  • Species-Specific Probiotics

    Species-Specific Probiotics – Healthy digestive and immune systems are vital to the overall health of your pet. Our proprietary K9 Strain Probiotics are developed specifically for dogs and added after the cooking process to ensure viability. Each pound of Taste of the Wild provides 80 million live, active cultures that help support healthy digestive and immune systems.

  • Omega Fatty Acid

    Omega Fatty Acid Blend – Balanced levels of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids work together to support healthy skin and a shiny coat.

  • All Life Stages Nutrition

    All Life Stages Nutrition – This recipe provides the vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients your pet needs throughout their life.

  • Antioxidants

    Antioxidants – Ancient grains and fruits, including grain sorghum, millet, quinoa, chia seed, tomatoes, blueberries and raspberries, provide nutrients that help support your dog’s overall well-being, while guaranteed levels of zinc, selenium and vitamin E support the immune system.

Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 293.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Peace of mind for me and a healthy, tasteful food. I started my male Labrador on Taste of the Wild as an eight week old puppy. He was incrediblely anxious to eat his meal even back then. I have continued with the adult “Prairie” blend which he continues to devour. I have researched pet food health benefits for many months now and Taste of the Wild rates very well with most advocate groups, vets, and trainers. Rio is a healthy, strapping 7.5 month old pup. His stools are solid, his coat beautiful, and he is not susceptible to stomach issues. Further, I am retired and this pet food is a good value when stacked up against the other options. In closing, I am very pleased with Taste of the Wild, and will continue to purchase the product!
Date published: 2020-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The BEST! I take great care as to what I put in my body and that is no different for my dogs. We live an active, adventurous life so they need the best and Taste of The Wild is the best! That’s all they eat from puppy to elder. I have an 8 month blue heeler, 7 year coonhound and 12 year shepherd mix. I can say the only thing different about the puppy verse the old pup is he just got wiser. Same activity level and I believe that’s a huge part of their diet. Won’t buy anything else.
Date published: 2020-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rubi loves her Bison! Our 10 year old Alaskan Malamute Rubi has eaten Taste of the Wild aLK her life. She is a happy, healthy, girl.
Date published: 2020-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our dog loves this food and he’s healthier Our 1 yr old lab was having issues with loose stools and vomiting. It was getting so bad it was almost daily. We had him on a popular brand but then started researching the ingredients. The fillers used in this food was among the worst for him. We just recently completed the change over to Taste of the Wild and he hasn’t had any issues with vomiting or loose stools since. Plus he absolutely loves it. He used to let his food sit in his dish for hours, now he begs to be fed.
Date published: 2020-09-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The ingredients are wonderful! I like that they still include grains, as grain-free dog food is now linked to heart problems in dogs. They use quinoa and other ancient grains that are much better for dogs than just the typical corn meal used in dry dog foods. That being said, my dog didnt enjoy it. The kibble is one color and one flavor. My dog, who is very picky, did not take to the food. He likes variety (and will pick out the flavors he doesnt like) I gave this 4 stars because of the quality of ingredients and because another flavor may resonate with my pup more.
Date published: 2019-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My 1 year old pup loves this food! I personally like a little healthy grains in his diet. He always finishes his food and has healthy bowl movements. Im a big fan of the brand and their quality ingredients
Date published: 2019-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pour the kibble into a bowl, blink and it's gone. That was my experience with TOTW. My pup wolfed it down so quickly that I almost forgot I gave it to him. I only received two small sample packs which for a 50lb dog is about one day's worth of dog food so I can't speak to its nutritional value. All I can vouch for is that he loved eating it and didnt get sick.
Date published: 2019-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My sister and I both use Taste of the Wild, and let me say, it is amazing! Best dog food for its price point. Every batch is consistent, so no tummy aches after buying a new bag. Their fur is lustrous and no dry skin (even in winter) or bad breath. My puppers are picky; I have to rotate food flavors every few months when they get tired of one flavor. Because Taste of the Wild has so many varieties, I never have to buy another brand. This particular variety is high protein, so keep that in mind when selecting a flavor for your pup.
Date published: 2020-01-27
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Just a clarifying question.   I have a Dobe that needs around 2,100 calories a day.  Is Each cup of this 422 calories ?

Asked by: Justin
Hello! Yes, Ancient Prairie Canine contains 422 kcal/cup.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

My dog is allergic to the barley grain, can this still be fed?

Asked by: Silvia
Hello! This formula contains pearled barley and would not be a suitable option for a dog with a barley allergy. We would love to provide a personalized recipe recommendation to you and your dog. Please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-09-19

Where are these dog foods manufactured?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello - Our dog and cat foods are made in five state-of-the-art facilities in the USA: two in California, and one in Missouri, Arkansas, and South Carolina.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Can someone tell me the calcium phosphorus ratio of the Ancient Grains formulas?

Asked by: Cindy
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe contains 1.2% calcium and 1.0% phosphorus. This equals a ratio of 1.2:1.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-08-14

Do you source specifically any meat products or meals from China for any of you grain free recipes. I have ask this question several times and have not been able to get an answer.

Asked by: Ted F
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our meat and meat meals are not sourced from China. Please know, all of our quality ingredients are processed to precise recipe specifications. If you have any additional questions, please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Is bison and venison good for pit bulls?

Asked by: Blue
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe may be a great choice for Pitbulls, as the unique combination of pasture-raised bison, pasture-raised venison and ancient grains means this recipe is flavorful and rich in digestible protein.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-05-04

This product says it has pasture-raised bison/venison, but it does not say anything for the pork or chicken. Where are the other meat products sourced from? To be honest, anything other than free-range/pasture-raised (even "cage-free") wouldn't be great.

Asked by: mcsherr1
Hello, and thanks for reaching out. The pork used in our recipes are from gestation crate-free circumstances, and the chickens are cage-free. Both proteins are sourced within the United States. Please know, all of our recipes meet both the FDA and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) guidelines. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Do you have any food that does not have chicken? My dog is allergic to chicken.

Asked by: Shuster
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe contains chicken meal. Our Ancient Mountain and Ancient Stream canine recipes may be good options for your dog. These recipes are formulated to meet the nutritional needs of adult dogs and do not contain chicken meat or chicken meal. We also have several grain-free recipes and limited ingredient recipes that do not contain chicken. Please know, our recipes are produced in a facility that manufactures products with other ingredients, such as chicken meat and chicken meal. While it is unlikely, a trace amount of those ingredients may be present.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-09-06

What is the calcium-to-phosphorus ratio on the Ancient Prairie Canine recipe?

Asked by: Jamie
Hello and thanks for your question! This recipe contains 1.2% calcium and 1.0% phosphorus both on an as-fed basis.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Was thinking of changing my 2 boxers and Yorkies food from blue Buffalo to totw any suggestions? Or sample? They are very picky eaters

Asked by: Carrie
Hello and thanks for reaching out! We’re excited to hear about your interest in Taste of the Wild! We’d love to provide a personalized recipe recommendation for your pups. In order to do so, please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us. Additionally, samples are often available at Taste of the Wild retailers, so we encourage you to reach out to your local retailer. We hope your furry friends love Taste of the Wild!
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Just bought Taste of the Wild High Prairie Bison in gravy. No where on your product or on your website does it state where your food is processed and packaged. It is important to me that this does not come from China.

Asked by: MaryD
Hello, and thanks for reaching out. All of our Taste of the Wild products are processed and packaged in the USA.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-01-10

what is the best food for weightloss

Asked by: milo
Hello, and thanks for reaching out. Our Ancient Mountain Canine Recipe may be a good choice for your dog as it is our lowest calorie grain-inclusive recipe, containing 411 kcal/cup and 15% fat. In order to lose weight, your dog may need to eat 10-20% less than the amounts listed in the feeding guide. Additionally, our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe has the highest calorie content of our recipes and may not be suitable for a dog needing weight loss. If you would like a personalized recipe recommendation for your dog, please contact us by visiting https://totw.pet/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-11-30

What is the sodium content of this food?

Asked by: Melissa
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe contains 0.32% sodium on an as-fed basis. If you have any additional questions, please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Are any of your beef and venison meats sources from the neck/thyroid area of the animal?

Asked by: Grannyhorsesitter
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our foods do not contain any beef or venison gullet (neck/thyroid tissue). If you have any additional questions about our recipes, please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

Is this dog food okay for small breed?  I currently am feeding the small breed grain free but I want to feed grains. Just wanna know the difference in the food and if it will hurt a small dog 

Asked by: Neely
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! All of our Ancient Grains recipes meet the nutritional needs of all sizes of dogs, including small breed dogs. The kibble size of the Ancient Grains recipes is larger than the Appalachian Valley Small Breed kibble - it is a round disc shape and approximately the diameter of a dime. If you have any additional questions or would like to receive a recipe recommendation for your dog, feel free to contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-10-07

What is the sodium content in mg per 100 kcal?

Asked by: tysonsmommy
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe contains 0.08g/100kcal sodium on an energy-basis. If you have any additional questions, please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-21

does any of your dry dog foods contain glucosimine & chondroitin?

Asked by: Ray K
Hello and thanks for your question! From our Taste of the Wild with Ancient Grains line, Ancient Mountain, Ancient Wetlands and Ancient Prairie provide a minimum of 750 mg/kg of glucosamine and 250 mg/kg of chondroitin.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

I SEE GLUCOSAMINE AND CHONDROITIN ON YOUR GUARANTEED ANALYSIS BUT NOT ON YOUR LIST OF INGRIDIENTS.

Asked by: WOODROW
Hello and thanks for reaching out! The glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate in Ancient Prairie are considered naturally occurring due to the ingredients in this recipe. Ancient Prairie Recipe contains a minimum of 750 mg/kg glucosamine and 250 mg/kg chondroitin sulfate.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

I have recently found out that my labordoodle  may have an allergy to chicken. Do you have a food that is not grain free that does not have chicken as an ingredient?

Asked by: Amberg
Hello - Our Ancient Stream Canine Recipe and Ancient Mountain Canine Recipes do not contain chicken. They do include a natural flavor derived from hydrolyzed chicken. The protein is broken down into small particles that are less likely to be recognized by the immune system and shouldn't affect any allergies in your pet. If you're interested in receiving a personalized recipe recommendation for your Labordoodle, please contact our product specialists by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-05-22

Are your Ancient Grain foods for All Life Stages/appropriate for puppies?  We currently feed High Prairie Puppy, but were looking to switch to something Non-Grain free. 

Asked by: Jamie
I feed the puppy formula of High Prairie because it has small kibble and there is no chicken. When I contacted Taste of Wild before feeding it to my adult dogs, they told me that it was for all stages. My 4 dogs, 2 Shih Tzus, 1 Min Pin/Schnauzer and Cockapoo, love it.
Answered by: TaurusLeo
Date published: 2019-09-20

My dog needs to be on a low PH based diet that is between 6-7. Do any of your foods fall into that range?

Asked by: Tzap3
Hello, and thanks for contacting us! We do not have any recipes specifically formulated to alter urine pH.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-08-30

What is the calcium % in the food?

Asked by: Sammy1
Hello, thanks for contacting us. Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe contains 1.2% calcium on an as-fed basis.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-11-24

Does Taste of the Wild make wet food with bison or venison and with GRAINS? My Yorkie has IBD and is a picky eater. Thank you.

Asked by: Suseaq
Hello and thanks for reaching out! At this time, we only offer grain-free canned food. However, we appreciate your suggestion and will pass it along to our team!
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-01-13

I have a 21/2 month old Morkie . She weighed 2.4 pounds on her trip to the vet on 10/4/21 . How much should I feed her per day and should I divide it up in 3 separate meals . After she eats in the morning should I take her bowl up and put another portion?

Asked by: Nora
Hello, thanks for contacting us! According to our feeding guide, your Morkie will need approximately 2/3 cups of our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe per day. You can view our feeding guide here: https://totw.pet/ancient-prairie. Our feeding guides provide a recommendation, and you can adjust the amount you feed based on activity level and body condition. The frequency at which you feed your pet is a matter of personal preference, but also depends on your pet’s age and lifestyle. We recommend consulting with your veterinarian to determine the most appropriate feeding amounts and frequency for your dog, based on her needs.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-10-20

Hi, I have a standard Schnauzer. He is almost 4 months and weighs approximately 16lbs. Is bison and venison recipe suitable for my dog and what will be the daily portion? Also what is the best way to store the food when original package is not available?

Asked by: Levan
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe may be a good choice for your Schnauzer, as it features a unique combination of pasture-raised bison, pasture-raised venison and ancient grains making this recipe flavorful and rich in highly digestible protein. This recipe also includes specific nutrients, like added DHA that aids in brain and eye development, to help your puppy grow to their full potential. According to the feeding guide, your dog will need approximately 2 cups of this recipe per day. Please know, the feeding guides provide a starting point and can be adjusted based on your dog’s activity level and body condition. We recommend consulting with your veterinarian to determine the best feeding amount for your dog based on his needs. Additionally, we recommend storing the food in a closed container and keeping it in a cool, dry location.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-06-15

Would a Senior dog (my boxer is 80 lbs and 11 years of age) amount of feeding be the same as that of an adult? Thank you

Asked by: tony
Hello, thanks for reaching out! Our Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe is an All Life Stages Recipe, which was developed to meet the nutritional needs of dogs at all ages, from puppy to senior. Based on the feeding guide, your 80lb Boxer should eat approximately 3 ¾ cups per day. Please know, the feeding guides provide a recommendation and can be adjusted based on activity level and body condition. If you would like to speak with a product specialist, feel free to contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/. In addition, we recommend consulting your veterinarian.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-06-04

what about the FDA report showing heart problems from dogs eating taste of the wild?

Asked by: robert
Hello, and thanks for reaching out with your concerns. Like the FDA and pet owners like you, we are concerned about the reported cases of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs that are not genetically predisposed to the condition. Throughout their studies, though, the FDA still has not found any science-based causes to link grain-free diets — including Taste of the Wild — to DCM. As they note, it is a complex issue with numerous factors to consider, such as breeds that have a genetic predisposition for developing DCM. We continue to monitor this issue closely and support ongoing research efforts, because our top priority is, and always will be, to provide pets with quality, safe food that meets all federal and state regulatory guidelines. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20

What is the sodium content?

Asked by: Sweetpea
Hello – Ancient Prairie Canine Recipe contains 0.32% sodium on an as-fed basis.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-10-21

Does the dry dog food products contain BHT?

Asked by: Tzap3
Hello, thanks for contacting us! None of the ingredients in this recipe are preserved with BHT nor is the food preserved with BHT.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-10-04

My first two attempts at switching from High Prairie Puppy Recipe to High Prairie Canine have been met with loose stools and the urge to defecate that requires immediate and often outdoor trips. My Newfy is just 2 and I mix the two foods. Advice?

Asked by: Bsevers
Hello, and thanks for reaching out. We are sorry to hear your Newfoundland is having problems with loose stools, that’s no fun! Please know, any time you change the diet that you are feeding to your pet, there is a possibility for changes in the quality or character of the stools. We recommend a gradual transition between recipes over a period of 7–10 days to avoid digestive upset. Please know, our High Prairie Puppy Recipe is an All Life Stages recipe, which means it was developed to meet the nutritional needs of dogs at all ages, from puppy to senior. If your Newfoundland is doing well on our High Prairie Puppy Recipe, it may not be necessary to transition him to a new recipe. If you have any additional questions, please contact us by visiting https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us. Additionally, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to determine the best diet for your dog.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2021-04-20
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