Research into the wolf’s natural eating habits shows that its diet consists mostly of prey. The wolf will occasionally eat nutrient-rich berries, wild herbs and roots but it also absorbs vital nutrients from the berries, herbs and roots in the prey’s stomach contents. These wild predators rarely eat carbohydrates and for this reason Wolf of Wilderness dog food is grain-free and low in carbohydrates.
All varieties of Wolf of Wilderness contain at least 41% pure fresh meat which is an excellent source of easy-to-digest, premium-quality proteins.
The meat is freshly ground and supplemented with a selection of tasty forest berries, roots, grasses and wild herbs, all of which a wolf would eat in the wild. These berries and herbs not only provide important nutrients, but are also a great source of secondary phytochemical matter as well as natural fibre, which is important for a healthy digestive system.
The tasty dry food is made with potato, the only source of carbohydrate. Potatoes are a tasty, well-tolerated form of natural carbohydrate and fibre. They are fat-free and packed full of healthy, vital trace elements and roughage.
The mix of forest berries combined with dandelion root, wild herbs, and botanicals such as ribwort, nettle and common yarrow, provide important minerals and secondary plant matter. These are gently dried and chopped into very small pieces.