Thank you Taste of the Wild. My CHIMO Alaskan Malamutes are thriving on your extremely high quality kibble.


TENZING  &  AUTUMN at aged 5 months are just two of my  dogs whose skin and coat condition are really looking fantastic thanks to TOTW. They have been raised on TOTW since 4 weeks old & they love the food.


I would highly recommend Taste of the Wild based on how healthy my Alaskan Malamutes are since being on it.


Taste of The wild helps keep my dogs in top show winning condition.

Tenzing & Autumn with Tonya Syme,

After Barry dropping weight from 34kgs to 22kgs and lost all of his coat due to the food he previously was on. We decided to try Barry on Taste of the Wild with veterinary monitoring each week.


Barry is now back to a healthy 34kgs, has travelled from the USA to Australia, stress of change in weather conditions, quarantine and new people to meet. Barry has adjusted so well in Australia with Taste of the Wild being a balanced food for him that has kept his condition steady.


Barry is a Best in Show winner since arriving to OZ and we owe it to Taste of the Wild for keeping him in perfect health inside and out!

Barry & Anthea Adamopoulos,


A picture speaks a thousand words!


Thank you Taste of the Wild. Our boy had always been a fussy eater and previously suffered digestive issues. Finding the right food for him was a challenge. Look at him now, he has never looked better. His skin and coat condition is amazing, he loves his food and no more GI problems.


We strongly recommend to anybody to do your dog a favour and feed Taste of the Wild. The results speak for itself. Taste of The wild keeps our dogs in top show condition.

Jude & Lianne Rowles,




All at Bondestin Kennels thive on Taste of the wild. It's so nice to have all of my dogs on one food between my fussy whippets and my crazy PBGV's.


Previously I had to feed one food to keep condition on my whippets another to my old PBGV boy and another to my show team of PBGV's.  On Taste of the wild they have never looked better. And the results speak for themselves.

Bondestin Kennels & Amanda Cooney,