Canyon River Feline Formula with Trout and Salmon in Gravy

A great-tasting complement to the Canyon River Feline dry recipe, or a stand-alone diet for your special cat. A grain-free formula with sweet potatoes provides highly digestible energy for your active cat. Made with trout and salmon, this formula offers great taste and quality fish protein. Supplemented with vegetables and fruits, this formula delivers antioxidants to help give your friend a healthy lifestyle. Veterinarians recommend feeding wet food as part of your cat’s diet to lower carbohydrate intake and to increase water intake, both important features in feline nutrition. Satisfy your cat’s nutritional needs by feeding Canyon River Feline Formula with Trout and Salmon in Gravy.

Canyon River Feline Formula with Trout and Salmon in Gravy is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Getting my older cat to eat better After a long move East, my older cat developed a respiratory infection. I almost lost him but with the great help of a vet, he survived! Now my problem was getting weight back on him. He lost about 8 pounds and was basically skin and bones. I tried several high priced no grain products but, he just wouldn't eat like he use to. I purchased Taste of the wild and gladly teared up as he licked the food up! I started him out slowly so not to upset his digestion system from not consuming enough food but he refused to quit begging for more. I know that it won't be long before he puts the weight back on!!!!!! I am also noticing his activity level is increasing! I can not thank you enough for this WONDERFUL product! I recommend it to anyone who has a picky eater!
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gone in 10 minutes I've written a review for the dry variety of this, but seeing as I've now given some wet food as well I feel I should review that too. My cat will meow at me if I even hold a can, let alone open it. I put it in a paper bowl to keep his food dish dry, so he'll push it around the kitchen eating it. It's more a weekend treat and he knows it. But really, it's reliably good quality and he enjoys it.
Date published: 2018-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My cat My cat was having trouble going to the bathroom & I was trying to find a cat food, which was Organic & had No Artificial Preservatives, No Artificial Colors, No Artificial Flavors. That's "NOT" an easy task, for animal or human food, etc.! There are words which mean the above, but the fronts & small prrint on lables claim to be free of the above. You "ALWAYS" need to "CAREFULLY READ" all ingreidents in the "INGREIDENTS LABLE". A Food Ingreidents Lable should "NEVER CONTAIN" the words "ENRICHED", "BLEACHED", "REDUCED CALORIE" OR "LOW FAT"! I had come across Taste of the Wild (was using dry food then) & liked the ingredients & bought it (I always bought the big bag, ("WHICH ISN'T LOCATED WITH THE SMALL BAG"). Gave it to my cat & after eating it for a couple of days, started being able to go to the bathroom again. It's higher priced than some brands (but "not as high" as others), but worth the price, if you have the money. Taste of the Wild Dog & Cat Food can be purchased @ Tractor Supply. If you do not have one close to you, you could always go to there website & they do have a Facebook page. Thank you to the makers of Taste of the Wild!!
Date published: 2018-11-02
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What is the carb percentage for this formula? Thanks!

Asked by: Dave
Hi, Dave. The carbohydrate content is 5.41% as fed.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2018-08-15

What is the Phosphorus content of Canyon River Feline and Rocky Mountain Feline Canned food?  Thanks.

Asked by: Michelle
Michelle, the phosphorous content of Canyon River Feline with Trout and Salmon in Gravy is 0.33% as fed. The phosphorus content of Rocky Mountain canned formula is 0.31% as fed.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-02-18

What is the phosphorus levels?

Asked by: AOrkin
Hello, thanks for reaching out! Our Canyon River Feline Formula in Gravy contains 0.31% phosphorus as fed. If you have any additional questions, please contact our product specialist by visiting
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-06-26

My cat appeared to like the Trout and Salmon canned food when first tried. But after that, she appears to like only the gravy and will leave most of the chunks. Any solution to this? It's too tough for me to mash it up for her. Any suggestions? Thanx

Asked by: mamajiggs
I hope you're still following this thread.  I bought Taste of the Wild for my cat diagnosed with megacolon.  She loved the gravy, wouldn't eat the chunks, so I got a bright idea.   If you have a NutriBullet blender, put one entire can of the cat food in, also about 1/3 cup canned organic pumpkin, also one small jar chicken flavored baby food, and some chicken broth (specially for cats, no salt, onions, etc.).   Blend the whole works - it comes out a pureed, putrid dark yellow color, but my kitty LOVES the stuff and it's now the mainstay of her diet.   Good Luck.
Answered by: Susie
Date published: 2018-07-28

What is the Vitamin D and Vitamin D3 percentage of one can? Does it meet recommended daily requirements for grown cats?

Asked by: Jess
Hi, Jess. The total vitamin D content is 270 IU for a 3 oz. can and 496 IU for a 5.5 oz. can. This food is formulated to meet the vitamin D requirements of cats and kittens when fed according to the recommended feeding guidelines.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-06-26

Hello, I need a wet food for cats very low in magnesium and ash due to urinary tract issues ( less than 1.5% ash and 0.02% magnesium),. Does your wet food meet the parameters? I don't see ash or magnesium listed on the label. thank you.

Asked by: Quin
Our Rocky Mountain Feline Formula with Salmon and Roasted Venison in Gravy formula is the closest to meeting those parameters at 2.12% ash and 0.02% magnesium.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-06-26

Does the current formula contain guar gum? It is listed as an ingredient above, but cans that I have bought recently do not list it on the label. I am not sure which is correct.

Asked by: Emily
Hi, Emily. The information located on our website reflects the current recipe, which contains guar gum. Food produced prior to mid-2015 does not contain guar gum.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-03-08

i have been searching for a healthy cat food so was very happy when i found Taste of the Wild I do have one concern, you add guar gum which can cause stomach/digestive issues, any plans to remove this ingredient and make your cat food safe for all cats?

Asked by: Daisy
Hello - Guar gum is a gluten-free product made from guar beans. It is used in canned food to help the food set properly during the canning process. It is approved for use in pet foods as well as human foods. Because it is a water-soluble fiber, it can also help promote regular stools. There has not been any research published that indicates that guar gum causes stomach issues in cats, but we monitor new developments in pet nutrition to ensure that we are offering the best products possible.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-06-26
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