Curious as to what the issue was with Taste of the Wild? One of my dogs and a family dog ate that food for 8 plus years. I stopped feeding it last year because of the warning about possible heart issues linked to specific ingredients in dog foods.We feed our toy girls royal canin. I had my other poodle on it and she always did well on it and never any issues. So I’ve stuck with that one after we lost a pet to taste of the wild food. I like that royal canin has a very active customer service. I‘ve never had any issues but I’d feel they’d take any issue very seriously and properly handle it, which is really important to me. TOTW never responded to any of our reach outs so a lawsuit was filed and now they have another new one this year for the same problems. I really just they’d remove it from the market at this point bc it drives me insane to still see it as a highly rated food on most sites.
this is what we are using as well. Our boy loves it but I figured there is better out there.Normie's vet recommended Royal Canin Poodle Puppy food. She thinks that it is tailored specifically to poodles' needs. I wonder if that's advertising hype. But since he likes it okay, we go with it.
They fail to test their food properly, and don't disclose the Heavy metal,toxins and bpa in the foods, both canned and kibble. same exact issues with that lawsuit as well.Curious as to what the issue was with Taste of the Wild? One of my dogs and a family dog ate that food for 8 plus years. I stopped feeding it last year because of the warning about possible heart issues linked to specific ingredients in dog foods.
Unfortunately with class-action lawsuits, it's not usually the customer that ends up with the money. I think I remember reading about the 2019 lawsuit last summer when I decided to pull my dogs from the food. Lawsuits should be about getting the information out there, but this doesn't always happen unless a person is looking for the information. When I brought my rescue girl to the vet for the first time in 2018 and told the vet I was feeding Taste of the Wild to my girl, the vet told me she felt it was a higher quality food than what they were selling at their practice. There also is a store near where I live that sells higher quality pet food, and they continue to carry Taste of the Wild because there continues to be a customer demand for it in the area.we were associated with the 2012 lawsuit but the settlement was terrible. They reimbursed for the food and one vet bill of their choosing (the lowest priced one of course). They ignored the other vet bills, burial/cremation costs and the original prices of the pets that a lot of us lost. The main thing that's upsetting for me at least is their complete lack of contact, we called and emailed and nothing. we weren't worried of the money, we just really wanted a recall right away so others didn't go through what we did. Never once did they respond even through the lawsuit, it was only their lawyers and no comments from the company, not even a simple apology.