This Taste of the Wild Wetlands dry dog food was an instant hit in my house. I should first note that this product is labeled as "Wildfowl" instead of "Wetlands" with some retailers for some reason, which can be a little confusing. I'm not sure why the name isn't consistent, but I know it puzzled me a bit when I was looking for it.
The proteins are duck, chicken, quail, and turkey. It also has live, naturally occurring microorganisms, as well as fruits and vegetables, including blueberries, raspberries, tomatoes, peas, and sweet potatoes. This dry dog food is grain-free and 32 percent protein. It also has a generous amount of zinc, which I really appreciate since one of my dogs (like many other Huskies and Malamutes) has a zinc deficiency and will lose hair on his muzzle if he doesn't get enough of it. Plus, the food is grain-free and made in the USA.
My dogs tend to get very bored with flavors after a few days, so then I have to sprinkle in a raw food topper to make it appealing again, but they've been eating this for about a week and they are all still interested without anything being added.