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Farmed InsectsRecipe

  • No Common Allergens
  • Made In Canada
  • Radically Sustainable

2kg

5kg

Quantity
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Guaranteed analysis
Protein min 25%
Fat min 15%
Fiber max 10%
Moisture max 10%

Why change to WH dog food

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    Try Something New!

    Like you, your dog gets fed up of always eating the same thing over, and over, and over, again... for ever. They also tend to develop some intolerance to common allergens or proteins when exposed too much to the same thing. Try something new and give him different proteins once in a while!

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    Easy Transition

    Transition is really important when switching your dog's food. Start by mixing 75% of the current food with 25% of WH food for 2 days. Then, for the next 2 days make a 50/50 mix. The 5th and 6th day you can go to 75% WH and 25% current food. After that you can go 100% WH food and start saving the planet!

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    Reasonable Price

    Generally, a food that contains NO common allergens is sold at vet clinics at exorbitant prices! WH food is less expensive than popular brands hypoallergenic foods. Alternatively, many of our clients simply use it as topper to their current food to offer their pup the benefits of insect protein at a discount!

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What clients think

They loved it so much that at first they thought they were treats!!

- Marie-Chantal M.

Bahia is normally very picky regarding her food but she loves WH!!!

- Alexandrie B.

Ever since Tessie has started WH, she is refusing to eat her old food!

- Colleen L.

The kibbles rehydrate very rapidly, so they are easy to use in interactive toys!

- Maite G.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How should I transition from my current food to WH food?

    We always recommend incorporating a new food gradually into your pup’s diet. We suggest a transition of at least 4 days to make sure that your dog gets used to it the right way! DAY 1: In each meal, mix 25% of Wilder Harrier food with 75% of your current food. DAY 2: Increase the mix to 50% of WH food with 50% of your current food. DAY 3: Now that the tummy is starting to adjust well, you can mix 75% of WH food with 25% of your current food. DAY 4: The transition is completed, you can now use WH food by itself! To ensure an even smoother transition for dogs with particularly sensitive stomachs, we recommend repeating every step a second time to double the total length of the transition to 8 days! Reach out for more information or any questions to fetch@wilderharrier.com.

  • Can dogs eat insects, and are they safe for them?

    Yes, absolutely! Dogs will naturally seek to consume insects when given the opportunity. Dogs have been eating insects for thousands of years and can easily digest them, and love their taste! Studies have shown that insect protein is actually as good or even better in terms of digestibility compared to beef or chicken. Note: only feed quality controlled insect protein sourced from insect farms to your pet and not any insect found outside. Not all insects are edible for animals (nor humans).

  • What are black soldier flies and where do you source them from?

    Black soldier flies (BSF) are the specific species of insects hermetia illucens. Contrary to what some people think, we do not chase after common black flies to create our food! We actually use quality controlled dehydrated BSF powder and oil, that come in a uniform and ready-to-use form. We source our BSF from insect rearing facilities located in Canada.

  • Are insects animals?

    Yes, insects are part of the animal kingdom. Therefore, our BSF recipe is considered animal based.

  • Why is the use of insects more humane and ethical than other animals?

    Most experts claim that insects do not feel pain the same way mammals or other animals do. Although they do feel nociception, the sensory nervous system's response to stimuli that is considered harmful, this does not create the sensation of pain. The current definition of pain requires an emotional response, which insects do not seem to have. Also, insects naturally thrive when they are reared in a condensed area, it is their natural inclination. Therefore, there is no contradiction in farming insects and their natural way of being.

  • Why is insect protein considered eco-friendly?

    For many reasons! First off, insects are extremely more efficient compared to conventional proteins at converting food and water into edible protein. In terms of water use, insects require 2000 times less water than beef for example, to produce the same output of protein. They are also much more efficient at converting feed into protein (about 2 to 4 times better than conventional livestock). In simpler words, they produce much more edible protein with the same amount of input than other animals. Moreover, BSF actually consume perfectly clean pre-consumer food waste. Grubs are nature’s most efficient composters. Our BSF actually get all the water they need from the up-cycled food they are fed! By transforming these perfectly good foods into protein, they also reduce the green house emissions that would have been emitted by the methane created by the fermentation of these foods.

  • Where did you get your statistics about insects as food?

    From the United Nations report that inspired us to create Wilder Harrier: Edible insects, future prospects for food and feed security.

  • Can my dog be allergic to insect protein?

    Actually, most dogs digest insects as easily or more easily that other protein. In many cases, insect protein is a great option for dogs that are allergic to chicken or other protein, since they represent a whole different proteinsource. We have not noted any allergic reactions until now, but some studies show some correlation between allergies to crustaceous and insects, since they belong to a similar biological family.

  • Where is your dog food made and how do your ensure quality?

    We manufacture our dog food in Montreal, Canada, with a local partner specialized in the production of different pet food products. We use a small batch and low temperature extrusion method that enables to achieve higher freshness and nutrient content than typical more industrial methods. Our production partner follow the guidelines of the CFIA (Canadian Federal Inspection Agency), and are routinely inspected for quality assurance by independent third parties.

  • How can I be sure that your recipes meet my pet’s nutritional requirements?

    Our dog food was formulated in collaboration with a pet food agronomist expert in animal nutrition that has over 30 years experience in the pet food industry. Our recipe is calibrated to meet the AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) requirements for adult dog food.

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Nutritional Info & Ingredients

INGREDIENT List
MAIN INGREDIENTS:

Black soldier flies, millet, peas, buckwheat, chickpeas, coconut, lentils, flaxseeds, sweet potatoes, black soldier fly oil, natural pea extract, sunflower oil, salt, blueberries, micro-algae, lecithin, rosemary extract

VITAMINS & MINERALS:

Vitamin A acetate, ergocalciferol, alpha-tocopherol acetate, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, D-calcium pantothenate, nicotinic acid, riboflavin, thiamine mononitrate, copper proteinate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, manganese proteinate, calcium iodate, folic acid, sodium selenite, vitamin B12

Digestive health:

Yeast extract, cellulose fiber, fructooligosaccharides, fumaric acid, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, thyme extract

Other essential nutrients:

Choline chloride, L-lysine, DL-methionine, L-threonine, taurine, calcium carbonate

FeedingGuide
WEIGHT OF DOG
    • Kilos
    • 0-2
    • 2-5
    • 5-9
    • 9-14
    • 14-23
    • 23-34
    • 34-45
    • Pounds
    • 0-5
    • 5-10
    • 10-20
    • 20-30
    • 30-50
    • 50-75
    • 75-100
QUANTITY
    • Cup(s)/day
    • 1/8 - 1/2
    • 1/2 - 3/4
    • 3/4 - 1 1/4
    • 1 1/4 - 1 3/4
    • 1 3/4 - 2 1/2
    • 2 1/2 - 3 1/2
    • 3 1/2 - 4 1/4
1 cup = 453 kcal | 3773 kcal/kg Wilder Harrier Farmed Insects Formula dog food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for adult dogs. Adjust feed according to your dog's age, energy and activity level. Always ensure fresh water is available. Dogs and humans allergic to crustaceans may be allergic to insects.
Guaranteed Analysis
CRUDE PROTEIN(min)25%
CRUDE FAT(min)15%
CRUDE FIBER(max)10%
MOISTURE(max)10%
ASH(max)8.0%
CALCIUM(min)1.1%
PHOSPHORUS(min)1.0%
VITAMIN A(min)20,000 IU/kg
VITAMIN D3(min)1,200 IU/kg
VITAMIN E(max)500 IU/kg
LINOLEIC ACID(min)2.7%
OMEGA-3(min)1.3%
OMEGA-6(min)2.7%
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