Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food

December 9, 2008  
Filed under Dog Food Reviews, Solid Gold

Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food

Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food is made and manufactured by, Solid Gold Health Products for Pets. Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food comes in 8 different dry recipes. Solid Gold dog food comes in 4, 15 and 33 pound bags.

Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food Review

As with all dog food recipes the first thing we are going to look at are the first five ingredients. The first five ingredients are a good indication of the quality of the dog food. When looking at the first five ingredients you want to make sure there is plenty of meat and grains are minimal.

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Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food First Five Ingredients:

  1. Bison
  2. Ocean Fish Meal
  3. Brown Rice
  4. Millet
  5. Oatmeal

Bison is the first ingredient in this recipe. This ingredient is inclusive of its water content. Meaning that once the water is removed and this ingredients becomes a dried ingredient it will weigh significantly less, thus making it fall further in the ingredients list.

Ocean Fish Meal is the second ingredient and is a named meat ingredient. Dogs need a diet that is based around meat and protein that comes from meat. This ingredient adds additional meat and protein to this recipe.

Brown Rice is the fourth ingredient and is a decent quality grain that adds additional protein and carbohydrates to your dog’s food.

Millet is the fourth ingredient and comes in the form of a grain and is of decent quality.

Oatmeal is the fifth ingredient and is a decent quality ingredient. If your dog has allergies to Oatmeal Gluten one should avoid this ingredient.

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Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food First Full Ingredients:

Bison | Ocean Fish Meal | Brown Rice | Millet | Oatmeal | Cracked Pearled Barley | Rice Bran | Canola Oil | Tomato Pomace | Flaxseed | Natural Flavor | Salmon Oil | Choline Chloride | Dried Chicory Root | Parsley | Pumpkin Meal | Almond Oil | Sesame Oil | Yucca Schidigera Extract | Thyme | Blueberries | Carrots | Broccoli | Vitamin E Supplement | Iron Proteinate | Zinc Proteinate | Copper Proteinate | Ferrous Sulfate | Copper Sulfate | Potassium Iodide | Thiamine Mononitrate | Manganese Proteinate | Manganous Oxide | Ascorbic Acid | Vitamin A Supplement | Biotin | Calcium Panthothenate | Manganese Sulfate | Sodium Selenite | Pyridoxine Hydrochloride | Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) | Riboflavin | Vitamin D3 Supplement | Folic Acid |

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Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food Guaranteed Analysis:

Protein, Min 22%
Fat, Min 9%
Fiber, Max 4%
Moisture, Max 10%
Calories per cup, 364

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Comments

9 Responses to “Solid Gold WolfKing Adult Dog Food”
  1. Steve B says:

    I’ve been feed Sold Gold Wolf King for several years, first to my German Shepherd and now to our Golden Retriever. I have no complaints whatsoever. I did extensive online research into dog food several years ago and chose Wolf King as among the best. We’ve had no food-related problems in all that time. I did learn something new from this article, about the meat ingredient (bison, in this case) losing water…interesting. Thank you.

  2. Miss Ellie says:

    Have used Solid Gold- Wolf king and Hundenflocken for about 2 years, always good results. Recently, my dog developed diarrhea and really bad gas- vet said to change foods that it might be the “ocean fish” ingredient causing the gastric upset, she said it’s not quality meat, could be stuff that is swept off floor of fish processing plant. I switched to another brand of dog food, diarrhea went away, tried introducing Solid Gold a little bit at a time again and diarrhea started up immediately. Will stay away from Solid Gold and foods with ocean fish at vet’s recommendation.

  3. Johanna Ansel says:

    I have 2 dogs on solid gold hunden flocken & they are super healthy & have shiny nice coats.We love the results.They eat less & have less waste because no fillers.

  4. karen clark says:

    we lost our beloved schnauzer grizzly last may 2010. then we adopted ripley a border collie/husky mix. since i had used solid gold food for grizzly, i started ripley on wolf cub and now he is on wolf king, both by solid gold.the food is great and ripley has thrived on it. i have heard of newer dog foods, but doing research on them found that most were not “clean” dog foods.i was also upset to find that evo, inova and california natural had been acquired by proctor and gamble, a company which should be banned from having anything to do with dog food.meanwhile i will keep using solid gold which i trust for our newest family member,and keep doing research on various dog foods.thanks for listening.

  5. Kevin says:

    I switched from evo to solid gold for the same reason. Evo in dec 2010 gave my dogs the runs after 2 months of use with no problems.

  6. Warren says:

    I been feeding my Rotty pedigree dog food for a long time but for the last 6 or 7 months she wouldn’t touch it unless i mixed it with something else. It has been driving me crazy. I tried not giving her treats and she still wouldn’t eat.
    So I went to pet-co to see what they could recommend, they show me the solid Gold “WolfKing” So I gave it a try even though it cost double what pedigree and less pounds. It was worth it she loves it, so two thumbs up foe solid gold wOLFkING. Is there somewhere to get it cheaper!!

    Thank you

  7. Jaclyn says:

    Tried feeding numerous dry dog foods in the last year. I have a Great Dane with IBS. Solid Gold Wolf King gave him the worst diarrhea of the ones I have tried. Fed it to him exclusively for 8 weeks and the diarrhea never went away – even with medical treatments. Switched to another brand with similar ingredients and have noticed less IBS moments. Other dogs in my home had softer stools on Solid Gold as well.

  8. Pat Botts says:

    I have two G-shepherds that I feed once a day with a large and medium plastic container from the salad bar and my German shepherds male and female both neutered keep their weight at a healthy level, have shiny coats and are healthy energetic older dogs. measuring food it lasts much longer, and no unwanted weight gain. We love Wolf King with the bison. My vet says what ever you are doing keep it up.

  9. Solid Golder for years says:

    We have three dogs. I’ve fed my dogs solid gold for YEARS. In the past, I had good results. About a year ago, I found maggots in the food. I complained to Solid Gold and was told that it was the way I was storing it. Funny, I never had a problem before. I went on to purchase other bags, when I opened a fresh bag and saw evidence of bugs — My last bag of Wolf King — I switched foods. I continued to feed my older dog Holistique Blendz. NEVER had a problem with maggots. Still no problem. Recently, I noticed the food looked lighter in color and the kibble was slightly smaller. My dog was getting diarrhea. Then, my dog refused to eat the food. When I contacted the company, I got a response that was “interesting” to say the least. It explained that the plant where the food is manufactured has changed. It went on to say “Pets that are a bit more sensitive may exhibit food refusal or minor digestive concerns such as soft stools, with changes in ingredient sourcing”. — Tell that to my rugs! Ridiculous. If they change the formula (or the sourcing of the ingredients)– It should say on the bag!! We’ve changed the food. Solid Gold — although an excellent food in the past — has turned the page!

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