Wild Earth Healthy High-Protein Formula Dry Dog Food

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About This Item

  • Crafted with high-quality plant proteins that are sustainable and deliver more protein by weight than some traditional dog foods.
  • This nutritious, filler-free kibble offers complete nutrition and features real ingredients, including chickpeas, oats, spinach, pumpkin, sweet potato and more!
  • This veterinary formula is backed by science and provides any adult dog with the complete diet they need.
  • Paw-fect for pups with allergies and sensitive stomachs, this recipe provides digestive support, healthy fats for skin and coat health and contains DHA, taurine and L-carnitine to support heart health and brain development!
  • Sustainably sourced, this dog food requires less water and emits less CO2 than meat-based kibble.
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Top IngredientsDried Yeast, Chickpeas, Oats...Dried Peas, Pea Protein, Brown Rice...Green Peas, Chickpeas, Pearled Barley...Pea, Sweet Potato, Pea Protein...Chickpeas, Pearled Barley, Oat Groats...
Special DietVegan, With GrainVegan, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Gluten Free, Vegetarian, With GrainVegan, Chicken-Free, With Grain, High-Protein, ----Vegan, Vegetarian, Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Sensitive DigestionVegan, Vegetarian, Limited Ingredient Diet...
Health FeatureDigestive HealthN/A, Vitamins & MineralsSkin & Coat Health, Vitamins & Minerals
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsExtra Small Breeds, Small BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsLarge Breeds, Medium Breeds, Small Breeds, All Breeds
Food FlavorPumpkin, Fruits & VegetablesFruits & VegetablesFruits & VegetablesSweet Potato, Fruits & VegetablesFruits & Vegetables

Questions & Answers

12 Customer Questions


What are the serving sizes?
Answer by ChewyJan 06, 2021
For feeding recommendations, click on the "Feeding Instructions" tab, next to the "Nutritional Info" and "Description" tab, just below the product pictures.

Is Wild Earth grain Free? Thanks so much!
Answer by ChewyJan 25, 2021
This recipe is grain-inclusive. For a complete list of ingredients, click the “Nutritional Info” tab, next to the “Description” tab, just under the product photos.

what is the source of all the plant proteins in this dry food?
Answer by ChewySep 02, 2020
The main source of protein in this formula comes from yeast.

is there an AAFCO statement anywhere on this bag?
Answer by ChewyMar 27, 2021
This food meets the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for Maintenance.


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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Ziggy on Aug 6, 2022

Not for my Ziggy

My Shi Tzu isn’t picky at all when it comes to food, and when I started giving him Wild Earth, he was fine with it for the first week or so, but for some reason after that, he wanted nothing to do with it. I put his bowl down like I always do, he sniffed it, & walked away. I just thought he wasn’t hungry. He didn’t eat for hours, so I tried putting a little chicken broth in it, & that didn’t work, either. I had some of his leftover old food in the freezer, I gave that to him, and he ate that up with no problem. I think it’s the no meat thing with him. I think he needs meat in his diet, so I need to find a healthy food with meat for him now. I’m not saying this food is bad, just not the right type for my little guy.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CarrieD on Aug 5, 2022

The Only Food She’ll Eat

As a vegan myself, I never liked the idea of feeding my dog anything with animal products in it. Because she has allergies, I was told I should feed her a limited ingredient diet, which meant feeding her food with animal. After trying several expensive brands—both prescription and “off-the-shelf,”—I would end up throwing most of the bag away because she hated it. My friend gave me a sample of Wild Earth, and my dog LOVES it! Also, it doesn’t have any adverse effects on her allergies.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Titan on Sep 6, 2022

Non meat dog food

Looking for a good food for my buddy. Ordered this food thinking it would be good. Turns out this is a plant based dogfood. I was always 1 to think dogfood should contain meat. It was $90 for the bag and only ate it when he was really hungry. Gotta go back to the old food.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By west on Oct 1, 2022

Food crumbles

After awhile this food crumbles and becomes almost a “dust”. Our dog who eats anything and everything at any time, does not like it and won’t eat it unless we “strain” out the dust.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By EmRB on Aug 23, 2022

Ladybug Likes It

I was a little nervous that my rescue dog wouldn't like this since her foster had been feeding her canned food, but she made the transition smoothly and now gets very excited at meal times. I mix a little bit of water in with it to help keep her hydrated.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By resq188 on Aug 9, 2022

Way too Pricey

Another dog food that is way too pricey for those of us who don't make enough money to afford something like this. Sure would like to be able to. Have a dog that is allergic to 26 trees, 11 weeds and dustmites. Takes a $240 shot a month. Was on highest dose of Apoquel. Has skin tags all over. Just can't afford $90 for an 18 lb bag for a 100 lb dog. It's sad. I want to help him but I can't. Why isn't there something out there for a reasonable price??


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mama on Jul 12, 2022

Guppie approves!

I have always been concerned about my pet's dietary needs. Reputable brands and quality ingredients are very important to me. I've often said they eat better than I do. In March of 2022, my Boston Terrier turned 7 years old. She started having issues with her bowels. She was treated at the vet 4 times within 2 months. She had terrible gas, I had to constantly wipe her bottom after using the bathroom outside, she was putting on weight, her skin was splotchy and she seemed to be lethargic. My vet was concerned it could be stress, but also thought it might be allergies or maybe both. He suggested we start with a diet change, informing me of the limited single source protein foods available on the market. While I was originally looking at going with a salmon diet, something peeked my interest about plant based. That's where I learned about Wild Earth. I was skeptical, but I decided to take a chance and purchase it. This food was life changing! Guppie's diarrhea cleared up, she lost weight and her energy level was back to normal. Even her chest area and belly skin cleared up almost instantly. I am so happy I found Wild Earth. My mistake was feeding her like my cat, in the sense of high quality meat. Cats need meat, but dogs do not. This was a new concept for me. It took not only research, but experience for me to believe it. My biggest concern was the food might work, but Guppie wouldn’t approve. Well, Guppie has been on Wild Earth for 5 month now and she still looks forward to feeding time each morning and night. I highly recommend this food.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cheryl on Aug 21, 2022

Healthy skin

Have an English springer with constant scaly skin rashes.. tried this after reading about dogs with meat allergies.. skin is clearing up and his coat is soft and shiny. He’s a picky eater as well and seems to really like this food!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By katelyn on Jun 28, 2022

Best plant-based kibble we have tried

I've tried every plant-based kibble out there and this is the best so far! First, it is the only one that my dogs get excited to eat. I don't know if it's the smell or what but I don't need to sprinkle something on it for them to eat it, which is a great change. It is also soy, corn, and rice free which I love. I call it "doggy coco puffs" but the ingredients are actually pretty great. The only issue I have is the price point, as it's expensive to feed this exclusively to four dogs. But the product itself is great!


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By UnhappyDog on Aug 8, 2022

Has not changed anything

All the advertising suggests that after a week it would change your dog from licking or chewing on their feet. We have not noticed any change after two weeks...and our dog does not like it as well as other foods. Is all the advertising a gimmick?