High Prairie Canine Recipe with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison

Roasted bison and roasted venison combine for a unique taste that you can’t find anywhere else outside the wild. 32% of this recipe is protein, giving dogs the highly digestible energy they need to remain active, while vegetables, legumes and fruits provide powerful antioxidants to help maintain overall vitality. This maintenance recipe is designed to meet the nutritional needs of adult dogs.

  • 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.

  • Ideal for Adult Dogs

    Great For Adult Dogs – This recipe is specifically designed to provide complete nutrition and help maintain the sleek condition of good health for your adult dog.

  • Dried Chicory Root

    Dried Chicory Root – This source of prebiotic fiber provides fuel for the beneficial probiotic bacteria in the digestive system.

  • Antioxidants

    Antioxidants – Vegetables, legumes and fruits, including sweet potatoes, peas, 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.

High Prairie Canine Recipe with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 480.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Teddy Tested & Approved!!! I have such a picky dog. I got him from a rescue over 5 years ago and brought home several high quality options for him. Teddy is an obstinant Lhasa and went on hunger strike until appropriate provisions were secured for him. He approves this formula and the Wetlands. Even when I home cook for him, he appears to consider that a nice snack and heads to his bowl for his real meal. Additionally, upon switching I noticed that within a few weeks his skin issues cleared up as well as his gastro intestinal problems. I am quite pleased. Thank you for making such a great product.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have 3 high energy dogs who thrive on this Have 2 German Shorthair Pointers and an all American mutt who eaten this for 6 years now. Constantly on go hunting, camping off leash running. Have never had any digestive problems with any of them. The GSPs during hunting season put in long days in all kinds of weather and their energy level is great. Our mixed breed runs 4-5 miles daily with my wife and keeps up great During the Montana winter when they don't get as much activity I know this high quality food contributes to keeping their weight stable. Highly recommend if you have sporting dogs or active lifestyle.
Date published: 2017-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Dogs LOVE the High Prairie Formula ! I started buying this product many years ago and my dogs ALL absolutely love it ! All of them have lived to be between 14 and 19 years old ! Through all the years of buying this product NOT ONE RECALL or the dreaded reports of any illness or deaths from this product, while I watched brand after brand of others get recalled. There are no grains and my dogs are all energetic, at a great weight and their coats are shining. I would NEVER use any other dry dog food because I love my dogs. To me they are family members!
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trusted Brand As a show/breeder of Jack Russell terriers, it was important for me to find a high quality dry dog food that would work for my terriers. I have been feeding Taste of the Wild High Prairie for years and my dogs thrive on it. It’s a well balanced food, I love the fact that purified water is used and taurine is added. Hard to find a brand that hasn’t been recalled at some time, but TOTW is one of the few. I recommend it to all our puppy buyers and put a bag of the puppy version in all our puppy packages.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All my dogs love Taste of the Wild I started feeding my last dog Taste of the Wild in 2006. He loved it and it was the only brand I've used with him until he passed in 2020, he was 15 yrs old. I now have a new dog I rescued in 2021. She is now 4 yrs old and I've been using Taste of the Wild exclusively with her since we adopted her. She loves it at least as much as our last dog and I will continue to have Taste of the Wild as her food. In all my years of dog ownership, I have never heard as many compliments on my dog's health and condition as when I started using your brand. Thank you from me and my dog ZOE. You make an absolutely amazing product.
Date published: 2022-04-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Something has changed in your food Hello. I have had both my dogs on this food since they were born and they were fed this at the breeder. My older dog is suddenly experiencing symptoms of irritable bowl disease with vomiting and diarrhea coming out of no where that takes weeks to get better. She has been tested two and three times for everything under the sun. I feel like you guys have changed ingredients in your food within the last year and it is causing issues with her now. She doesn't "get into" stuff … no table scraps and her "cookies" are simply dog food kibbles. Have you changed the recipe on your foods? It seems that others have noticed a change as well based on reviews of other flavors.
Date published: 2018-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed I had been feeding this food to my wolf-dog, Jackson, for years and then all of a sudden he started loosing his fur... After paying expensive vet bills, we discovered that Jackson is allergic to chicken. Upon reading the ingredients list, I found out that Taste of the Wild has been putting chicken filler in their food (For how long? I’m not sure…) This is a shame, because chicken just so happens to be the second most common food allergy in dogs. I immediately stopped purchasing this food. If this company stops putting chicken in their recipes, I’ll happily go back to the Bison and Venison formula, but until then, I’ll be feeding my dogs different food.
Date published: 2023-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All 3 dogs chose High prairie I have been feeding my 3 dogs a Venison based product for years. I saw this and decided to try. Over three months I gave all 3 dogs a choice. High Prairie vs their original. They chose High Prairie 100% of the time. Macro ingredient levels of this product exceed that of their previous food as well as many others.
Date published: 2016-09-22
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What is the calcium and phosphorus dosage per cup?

Asked by: Tine
Tine, the amount of calcium is 2.1% and phosphorous is 1.4%, as fed, in High Prairie Canine. This would be 2.07 grams of calcium and 1.41 grams phosphorus per cup of food.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2024-01-27

I have an 8 month old lab puppy eating high prairie puppy food but seems to be less interested in eating it lately, when do i switch from puppy to dog food? 

Asked by: snappinmom
Hello! Thank you for reaching out and we’re sorry to hear your pup has become less interested in their food. Our puppy formulas are for all life stages, meaning they are formulated to meet the nutritional needs of dogs of all sizes and ages. However, if you’d like to transition to an adult formula, we recommend transitioning large breed dogs between 12 and 18 months of age. For a personalized recipe recommendation, please contact us by visiting our website https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-09-11

Is there a totw product with grains

Asked by: Wilson
Hello and thanks for reaching out! We’re excited to announce that Taste of the Wild will be launching Taste of the Wild with Ancient Grains, which will feature four recipes. To learn more or sign up for updates, visit our website at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/taste-of-the-wild/ancient-grains/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-09-05

How many cups per pound of dry food

Asked by: Sally
Hello, Sally and thanks for your question! Each pound contains approximately four cups of food.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2018-10-31

How many carbohydrates are in the pacific stream, Sierra mountain and wetlands 

Asked by: Rodney
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Our Pacific Stream Canine Recipe contains 38.7% carbohydrates, our Sierra Mountain Canine Recipe contains 40.2% carbohydrates, and our Wetlands Canine Recipe contains 27.5% carbohydrates, all on an as-fed basis. If you’re interested in our High Prairie Canine Recipe, this recipe contains 26.5% carbohydrates 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: 2021-03-31

I saw this study linked to grain free food. What is the legume content in your food?  They are listed in the first 5 ingredients.  https://www.facebook.com/TVOlivia/videos/320378325205221/

Asked by: Devin
Hello and thanks for reaching out. As you saw, the FDA is investigating a previously unknown but potential link between a condition called DCM, or dilated cardiomyopathy, and dog foods containing peas and potatoes as main ingredients (primarily grain-free). Because taurine deficiency can be associated with DCM, a possible link between diet and the diagnosis is being explored. Taurine has not been recognized as an essential ingredient in dog food. All formulas produced by Taste of the Wild, including High Prairie Canine, are supplemented with taurine. Please know, we select all of our ingredients with the health and well-being of pets in mind, so peas and potatoes are included as they are a great source of protein, fiber and antioxidants. Our priority is to provide all pets with quality, safe food that meets all federal and state regulatory guidelines. We want to assure you that our #1 priority is the health and safety of all pets. A member of our veterinary team would be more than happy to help answer any additional questions you might have. Please give us a call at 1-800-342-4808 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CT weekdays).
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2018-11-01

What is the percentage of protein derived from meat protein vs percentage from pea/egg/other non-meat protein in the adult High Prairie formula?

Asked by: NCM160
Hello and thanks for reaching out! While we cannot provide the percentage of protein from meat versus non-meat as it’s considered proprietary information, the ingredients are listed in descending order by weight in the ingredient deck. If you have any additional questions, please contact us by visiting our website at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-06-19

Does all of you dry dog food products have Chicory in them?

Asked by: Pearl
Hi Pearl, thanks for your question! Dried chicory root is included in all of our dry formulas as a source of prebiotic fiber. Prebiotic fiber helps support a healthy digestive system.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2016-10-02
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