Senior Green Fields
My Bernese Mountain dog eats this food up really well We had no problems switching over, I can recommend it
My dog suffers from allergies and can’t have chicken, this food states it’s lamb when majority of meat is chicken! Very naughty!
Goes down well, small chunks
This food is almost too small for my Staffy, he really loves to gulp it down... but he digests it really well and even when we switched over to this brand there were no problems!
Suitable for dogs with allergies
My dog (50kg) has kidney and heart problems and is allergic to some foods, he tolerated this food very well from the start and he loves the taste, he used to leave his previous food in the bowl for a couple of hours but Wolf of Wilderness gets eaten up straightaway. I'm really happy and will buy it again.
My old girl loves it :)
I am really happy with this food. I used to give my dog Happy Dog france but I wanted to switch to a senior food. I didn't like the look of the ingredients in the Happy Dog one then I stumbled across this food. Even my other two fussy dogs want to eat it. Her poo is solid and no problems there, and she has no wind. Everything is fantastic!
I need to switch my dog to a senior food now and I have been searching for a while and I have settled on Wolf of Wilderness. My old dog thinks this is the right choice and my other girl also gets this food, it can't do any harm. The tins in particular are becoming more and more popular, my dogs just sit there patiently until I've finished filling their bowls then they go for it. I thought I had dogs, not piranhas!
My dog doesn't want anything else
In the past, I used to give my dog the adult version and the junior version even further back in the past. He reacts badly to any other food and often get diarrhoea. With Wolf of Wilderness he has no problems.
The best !
My Bichon Havanese who is 12 years old has regained her appetite and she leaves her bowl spotless ! No more problems with her stool either ! I recommend it !
Akita loves it!
Our Akita who's 10 now has been wolfing this down as soon as it's in his bowl! It has definitely been helping with his early signs of osteoarthritis. We wish there was more flavours available for him though! Specifically Wild Boar and Venison!
My dog (a Sharpei / Staff) loves it!! She has lots of problems with her digestion but this was perfect for her. Her fur is much softer and shinier than with all the food we tried out before.
My 2 elderly dogs really enjoy this food, their stools are well formed and firm, no more gas. My Border Collie who is 13 has some heart and stomach problems really liked this food, and she is full up from the recommended portion. The second one, a Basset Hound / Labrador mix, is totally healthy and also loves the food !
Keeping our elderly dog going
Our 14 year old standard poodle has been a good eater all his life but now suffering from dementia and cancer and was losing weight at an alarming rate. We tried this and suddenly he’s got an appetite again and seems to have stabilised. Not sure how long it will last but great while it does.
We give her this food in a rotation with other grain-free foods. Her stools are firm and at a manageable quantity. No bloating and shiny fur.
My 2 seniors love it.. it agrees well with them and doesn't give them any bloating or diarrhea.. Thoroughly recommend it
He loves it
My 8yr old American Bulldog is very fussy and would often leave food. Since trying this he eats it all, never a biscuit left. Wont be changing, though would like more of a variety for him. though he doesn't seem to mind.
My dog loves the food. I am happy that I found a food without any grains.
No problems whatsoever
No issues during the transition, our senior enjoys the food, but we haven't had it for that long.
Ben, our 13 year old Hovawart loves this food, he finished his whole bowl and was barking at me to give him more afterwards. He seems to really have a taste for it, and I can really recommend 'Green Fields' Senior!
A hit so far
My dogs 11 and 13 had been losing interest in their food, so thought it was time for a change. After extensive research I ordered a 5kg bag of this to try and introduced it gradually with no adverse effects. Both dogs are now enthusiastically eating this alone, bowls licked clean. It seems to be a real hit. I do agree with a previous reviewer, why only 1 senior flavour? Unfortunately this seems the case with most brands. I’m sure older dogs also want variety.
How can this be Lamb
There is only 4% Lamb protein and 34% Chicken so how is this Lamb should be chicken surely.? A trick of the trade put a small amount of expensive meat to charge a preimium price for chicken.