High Prairie Puppy Recipe with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison
Roasted bison and roasted venison combine in this tasty recipe, providing highly digestible energy for your growing puppy. Unique flavors from roasted meats, vegetables, legumes and fruits in a small kibble size make it easy for puppies to enjoy the nutrients they need for overall vitality. Because of the guaranteed levels of DHA and balanced nutrition, this recipe is great for pregnant or nursing mothers and other adult dogs as well.
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 – 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.
Small Kibble Size – Small kibble size is easy for small mouths to chew, while the crunchy texture helps keep teeth clean.
DHA – This omega-3 fatty acid, provided by salmon oil, helps support brain and vision development in puppies.
Dried Chicory Root – This source of prebiotic fiber provides fuel for the beneficial probiotic bacteria in the digestive system.
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.
Water buffalo, lamb meal, sweet potatoes, egg product, garbanzo beans, peas, pea flour, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), dried yeast, roasted bison, roasted venison, beef, tomato pomace, natural flavor, flaxseed, ocean fish meal, salmon oil (a source of DHA), salt, DL-Methionine, potassium chloride, choline chloride, taurine, dried chicory root, yucca schidigera extract, tomatoes, blueberries, raspberries, dried Lactobacillus plantarum fermentation product, dried Bacillus subtilis fermentation product, dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product, dried Bifidobacterium animalis fermentation product, vitamin E supplement, iron proteinate, zinc proteinate, copper proteinate, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, copper sulfate, potassium iodide, thiamine mononitrate, manganese proteinate, ascorbic acid, vitamin A supplement, biotin, niacin, calcium pantothenate, sodium selenite, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, riboflavin, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid.
Contains a source of live (viable), naturally occurring microorganisms.
Crude Protein 28.0% minimum Crude Fat 17.0% minimum Crude Fiber 5.0% maximum Moisture 10.0% maximum DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 0.05% minimum Zinc 150 mg/kg minimum Selenium 0.35 mg/kg minimum Vitamin E 175 IU/kg minimum Taurine* 0.12% minimum Omega-6 Fatty Acids* 2.8% minimum Omega-3 Fatty Acids* 0.3% minimum Total Microorganisms*
(Lactobacillus plantarum, Bacillus subtilis, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Enterococcus faecium, Bifidobacterium animalis)
not less than 80,000,000 CFU/lb
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
3,656 kcal/kg (415 kcal/cup) Calculated Metabolizable Energy
Standard Measuring Cups Per Day
2 – 4
4 – 8
8 – 12
For adult dogs over 100 pounds, add approximately 1/3 cup for every 10 additional pounds. For pregnant or nursing adult dogs, we recommend free-choice feeding. Adjust amount offered daily as needed to maintain ideal body condition. This feeding guide provides a starting point for the amount of food to give your dog each day. We recommend that you keep your dog in ideal body condition and not allow them to become overweight. The amount of food your dog needs can vary based on age, activity level or other food and treats given, so be sure to work with your veterinarian to determine an appropriate weight for your dog, and to make any necessary adjustments to their feeding.
Remember to keep fresh water available to your pet at all times.
Taste of the Wild High Prairie Puppy Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages including growth of large size dogs (70 lbs. or more as an adult).
28lb., 14lb., 5lb.High Prairie Puppy Recipe with Roasted Bison & Roasted Venison is rated out of 5 by 248.Rated 5 out of 5 by StephanieW from Love the food but confused about ingredient label! My rescue GSD loves the High Prairie food, and it has done wonders for her overall appearance - her coat has thickened and softened so much - and she's so playful and happy. Easy on the tummy, too. She never gets sick eating it. My friend uses the High Prairie puppy formula. My only confusion is over the labeling. If you look at the ingredients and the guaranteed analysis on your WEBSITE, both of them list taurine, which is important for me. Not a lot of dog foods include it. However, when you look at the actual label on the bag, taurine is omitted. Why?Date published: 2019-02-07Rated 5 out of 5 by Mabel P Stewart from Never been so happy to see my dog eat! Mabel is a 6 month old GSD mix puppy. After being on 3 other puppy foods prior, at the recommendation from a friend, we tried TOTW High Prairie Puppy. Mabel was having some stomach problems, wasn't interested in eating, had started to lose weight because she was vomiting up the food we had her on at the time(and no it wasn't cheap stuff), and also has a sensitivity to chicken. We took her to the vet and had a barium swallow and x-rays done just to be sure there wasn't an obstruction. Everything came back normal. So we bought a bag and after a few days on this food she is excited to eat, dances around her food dish, has more energy, and is back to acting like an energetic puppy!Date published: 2018-04-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Harness1994 from Our Dogs Look Amazing We Have Been Feeding Taste of The Wild High Prairy Puppy Food For 5 years.. Our Dogs Love it.. Our 4lb Chihuahua Bella Has been on it Since She was a Puppy.. She is 7yrs old now. She is still on Puppy Formula Because of how Sensitive She is to other flavors and the Small Pieces are Easier for Her to Eat .. She Does Great on it. Our 2yr 10lb Chihuahua Mix Daisy is Gaining to much Weight on the puppy food.. We are going to cut back and see if that Does the Trick. If not will be switching to small breed adult TOTW.. What Flavor of Food Would You Recommend I Try That Will Be Small Kibble , Easy On My Sensitive Chihuahuas Stomach and Help My Bigger Chihuahua With Weight ? Thank You For a Great Product.. I Highly Recommend TOTW !!!!!!Date published: 2019-03-04Rated 5 out of 5 by Mazza3506 from Perfect Pup food We rescued a 4 month old puppy from a hoarding situation. She was horribly under weight, her fur and skin were in bad shape. We have been feeding our other dogs Taste of the Wild for years. We had never used the puppy formula before so we gave it a chance. We were impressed with how quickly our little girls put on weight, thickened her very short coat, and how soft her coat became.Date published: 2018-04-21Rated 5 out of 5 by Molly from My owner was away from his computer... Hi, my name is Molly. I’m a Wheaten Terrier, 14 weeks old, and I am writing to comment (don't tell my owner I'm using his computer) about Taste of the Wild puppy formula. My owner switched me over to this after arriving at my new home. I must say, I really like the taste! I always finish my meals, right down to the last kibble, so I’m sure that the TOTW company is doing something right. I also love the ingredients… no corn or other grains to upset my little tummy, and the first ingredient is buffalo… yummy! There are also lots of vitamins and other good things to keep me healthy. This is my first Amazon post, and I hope my review will help other dogs who see this post make a smart decision when considering puppy food. Thank you for reading, and tell your owners about this. - MollyDate published: 2016-12-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Frgragg from Great food for our babies!!! We changed our girls food to Taste of the Wild Puppy and could not be more pleased!!! The food has made our girl look so healthy!! The big surprise is that as most knows a German Shepard sheds a lot of hair but feeding her Taste of Wild has reduced the shedding to a minimum!!! Wow we are so grateful to be able to get this good food for our baby and to see how healthy she looks!!!!Date published: 2018-04-17Rated 5 out of 5 by pvtcarlswife from the only food i will feed my pets We had a heart dog who owned us for 14 years. He ate TOTW High Prairie for 9 of those years, he never had any health issues. well, 1 ear infection his entire life, he died healthy and active from bloat. So when we decided it was time to get our new puppies, Australian Shepherds, the only brand we turned to was TOTW. They both love the food, they both are healthy and thriving, we did get them very young as the person that had them was ready for them to be gone at 4 weeks, they were eating TOTW Puppy High Prairie from 4 weeks, they are now 14 weeks and are active and healthy puppies. We also feed TOTW to our 2 cats.Date published: 2020-02-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Shachafit from Picky and sensitive pup loves it I have a czechoslovakian wolfdog pup, and ever since I brought her she never liked any of the dry foods I tried and always had diarrhea. Following many frustrating months, I contacted a breeder from abroad and she highly recommended feeding my pup with taste of the wild. My pup loves it and the diarrhea stopped almost immediately after she began eating this food, she gained lots of weight and her fur became lovely.Date published: 2016-10-27
At what age should I transition from puppy to adult formula? Thanks, KevinHi Kevin, thanks for your question. We recommend you work with your veterinarian to determine the right time to transition your pet. As a general guide, we recommend feeding puppy food until 10-12 months of age. For giant breeds, between 12-18 months of age is a good time to make the transition to adult food.Date published: 2022-06-10
I have a 75 pound pit that just turned 1. I also have a 4 month old pit that is 45 pounds (neither of the dogs are over weight). I have been feeding them the same food but now the male is a year old is the puppy food still ok to feed him?Hi, Nate. This formula will absolutely work for both of your dogs. We recommend you to talk to your veterinarian about the right time to transition your pet. As a general guide, we recommend feeding puppy food until 10-12 months of age. For giant breeds, between 12-18 months of age is a good time to make the transition to adult food. While High Prairie Puppy was developed for growing puppies, it is formulated to meet the nutritional needs for dog of all life stages.Date published: 2022-07-05
I was wondering what the calcium/phosphorus ratio was for this diet. My vet is concerned about the ratio for my large breed puppy. Thanks.Our High Prairie Puppy formula has a calcium to phosphorus ratio of 1.4:1.0 which meets the AAFCO recommendations for large breed puppies. Additionally, all of our all life stages foods were formulated with large breed puppies in mind and contain the correct balance of calcium to phosphorus. For information about additional formulas, please contact a product specialist at http://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/#contact-us or call 1-800-342-4808.Date published: 2023-02-03
How many cups are in the 30lb bag?Hello, a 30-pound bag of High Prairie Puppy formula contains approximately 137 cups.Date published: 2022-06-10
Do you have a large breed puppy food? I have two lab puppies.Hi, Steve. Our puppy formulas provide excellent nutrition for puppies of all sizes and breeds. Our High Prairie Puppy formula has special features to help support optimal health and well-being for growing puppies.Date published: 2021-01-03
How often do I feed my 4 month old puppy and how much each timeHi, Emma and congrats on the new addition to your family! We recommend starting with the feeding guide printed on the side gusset of the bag and making adjustments based on your pup’s activity level, body condition and age. It can also be found on our website https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/dog-formulas/high-prairie-puppy-formula-with-bison-roasted-venison/. How often you feed your pup is a matter of personal preference, dogs can be fed less often as they get older. We’ve put together a feeding guide below for you to consider. 4 months of age, consider 3–4 meals per day 4–6 months of age, consider 2–3 meals per day 6 months and older, consider two meals per day If you have any questions, please contact us by visiting our website https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.Date published: 2018-09-12
My frenchie will turn one on may 4 i was wondering what formula should i transition him to if he was eating the high prairie puppy food grain freeHello, thanks for contacting us. Our High Prairie Puppy Recipe is an All Life Stages recipe, meaning it was developed to meet the nutritional needs of dogs of all ages, from puppies to seniors. If you’d like, your dog can continue this recipe indefinitely. Additionally, you could consider our High Prairie Canine Recipe, which is an adult maintenance recipe: https://totw.pet/high-prairie-canine.Date published: 2022-06-10
HI, I have purchased this and salmon for my 7mo. puppy but won't eat the puppy version. Only the Adult version which we feed our other dog. Is it okay to feed my puppy adult food if it's the only kind she will eat?Hi, Amy. High Prairie Canine Formula was developed as a maintenance diet and does not provide the nutrition puppies need. We would recommend trying our other puppy formula, Pacific Stream Puppy, or one of our all life stages formulas such as Pine Forest, which is a venison-based formula like High Prairie.Date published: 2017-03-10