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Cherrybrook Pet Supplies

Wild Earth Dog Food

 

Wild Earth
Introducing Wild Earth
Good For Your Dog, Good For The Planet
  • The first totally sustainably sourced kibble
  • Great for pets with allergies
  • No animal pathogens
Wild Earth provides a veterinarian developed alternative for pets that may have allergies to meat-based diets. Plant-based dog food is recommended for dogs with reactions to the most common allergens: beef, dairy, egg, chicken, lamb, soy, pork, rabbit, and fish.
Wild Earth
Did You Know...
  • COMMERCIAL PET FOOD HAS A HUGE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTAstudy released by UCLA calculated that the meat-based food eaten by Americans’ dogs and cats generates the equivalent of 64 million tons of CO2 each year, which has about the same climate impact as a year's worth of driving from 13.6 million cars. This study also found that cats and dogs are responsible for 30% of the environmental impact of meat consumption in the United States. 
  • WILD EARTH'S SOLUTION: A yeast based food can ultimately reduce the number of animals raised for slaughter, reducing methane and waste. Plus, because Wild Earth protein is yeast based, there is no fear of animal based pathogens like Salmonella or E. Coli. 
 
  • FOR SOME DOGS, A MEAT-BASED DIET IS NOT AN OPTION: Many food allergies come from animal based proteins - including beef, chicken, lamb, pork, rabbit, fish, etc. Dogs who suffer from these allergies need an alternative pet food that gives them the added nutrients and protein without the meat.
  • WILD EARTH'S SOLUTION: Wild Earth understands that dogs require a unique blend of nutrients to be happy and healthy. Their vet-developed dog food is designed to ensure that your dog is getting those nutrients in every meal. Their formula is loaded with all 10 essential amino acids dogs need while using 90% fewer resources required than meat-based dog food. 
Wild Earth Clean Protein
Wild Earth Clean Protein
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Wild Earth's vet-developed clean protein dog food is designed to ensure that your dog is getting those nutrients in every meal.

Their clean protein formula is loaded with all 10 essential amino acids dogs need while using 90% fewer resources required than meat-based dog food.
Wild Earth Treats
Wild Earth Treats
Wild Earth treats are made with sustainable koji protein, an ancient fungi superfood. Koji is an ancient mushroom superfood with a nutritional profile similar to quinoa — a complete protein that is being re-discovered by chefs, foodies, and canines alike. Koji is prized for its rich “umami” flavor properties, as well as its elevated nutritional benefits. 
Available in Peanut Butter, Banana & Cinnamon, and Strawberry & Beets.
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Have More Questions? Let Us Help!
Do you have questions about Wild Earth or are you wondering if it's right for your dog? Let us help you find answers.
Aren't dogs carnivores and need meat to survive?
"It's often thought that dogs are exclusive meat-eaters. This belief stems partly from the fact that dogs are related to wolves, and from the fact that dogs belong to the scientific order Carnivora, which includes wolves and other meat-eating species. Despite its name, this order also includes herbivores and omnivores, such as giant pandas and raccoons, according to Tufts University's Cummings Veterinary Medical Center.

The truth is that dogs have evolved a number of differences from wolves over the millennia. One of those differences, according to a study published in Nature, is that the genomes of dogs have evolved to not only enable them to digest plant-based starches, but to thrive on foods that include a wide variety of ingredients including fruits, vegetables, herbs, grains, meats, poultry, fish and more, making them true omnivores."

Where do dogs get protein, if not from meat?
"Dogs can digest protein from multiple sources, because dogs are omnivores — scavenging omnivores, to be exact. They evolved alongside humans over tens of thousands of years, developing gut enzymes that allow them to digest a wide variety of foods. From a biological perspective, dogs lack most of the metabolic adaptations to a strict diet of animal flesh that is seen in true carnivores such as cats or ferrets. Compared to true carnivores, dogs produce more of the enzymes needed for starch digestion, and can easily utilize vitamin A and D from plant sources, just as people do.

The science shows that the digestive system of dogs (and humans) doesn’t care where the protein comes from — it matters that the protein is complete, high quality, bio-available, and easily digestible. In independent studies, our dog food tested high in digestibility, meaning your dog absorbs all the needed healthy protein and nutrients with every meal." 


Can dogs really eat protein from yeast?
"Protein is a vital nutrient, essential for your dog’s health. Dogs require 10 essential amino acids, the building blocks of protein. These amino acids are found in animal meat, plants, and in our star ingredient — yeast, which is taxonomically closer to animals than plants."