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Dog Blog

Dr. Ernie Ward: Coronavirus and you Pet: What's Important to Know
The Vet's Corner
Coronavirus and your Pet, what's Important to Know

With the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) and the recent news of a dog in Hong Kong testing positive for the virus, people are asking whether they can get the virus from their pet. Dr. Ward discusses the virus and why it's extremely unlikely that the virus can be transferred from your pet to you.

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The Vet's Corner: Five Questions Your Vet (or You) Should Ask during Every Visit
The Vet's Corner
The Vet's Corner: Five Questions Your Vet (or You) Should Ask during Every Visit

After 28+ years of practicing veterinary medicine, I've come to learn there are a few core questions you and your vet should discuss each time you visit. These questions - on top of anything specific about your pet - should help you and your vet develop a closer relationship and deliver better care.

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Guest Post: Kyle from Woof Whiskers - Wild Earth Revolutionizes Vegan
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Guest Post: Kyle from Woof Whiskers - Wild Earth Revolutionizes Vegan

Kyle from Woof Whiskers analyzing Wild Earth against the competition and why he's chosen Wild Earth as the number 1 vegan dog food.

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How (and Why) to Transition your Dog to a New Food
The Vet's Corner
How (and Why) to Transition your Dog to a New Food

One of the most common reasons pet parents take their dog to the veterinarian is for gastrointestinal (GI) upset. Without a doubt, the majority of acute GI cases are related to changes in diet. This article covers the importance of a proper transition as well as how to introduce a change to a dog's diet.

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Pet Parent Feedback: Taste, Food Allergies, Skin & Coat
The Vet's Corner
Pet Parent Feedback: Taste, Food Allergies, Skin & Coat

I love reading the messages pet parents send us at Wild Earth. The reason I enjoy them so much is that they’re written by people genuinely interested in providing the best care for their best friends. I also see trends in these comments that validate not only our mission as a plant-based pet food company but also in the health benefits of our food. Here are a few.

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Canine IBD, Diet and Wild Earth
The Vet's Corner
Canine IBD, Diet and Wild Earth

We discuss the symptoms of canine IBD as well as why it's possible some people are seeing improvements with their dog from Wild Earth

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Vitamins & Minerals: The Foundation to Thrive
Ingredients
Vitamins & Minerals: The Foundation to Thrive

Vitamins and minerals work together to support almost every single function in not just a dog or human, but every living organism. They are the essential substances bodies need to function and develop properly and Wild Earth

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Fibers: The Unsung Heroes in Your Dog's Diet
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Fibers: The Unsung Heroes in Your Dog's Diet

Fibers do much more than help with digestion. This article covers the many health benefits of dietary fibers for a dog and what we use in Wild Earth.

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Fats and Carbohydrates: Run, Jump, See, Fight Disease and more
Ingredients
Fats and Carbohydrates: Run, Jump, See, Fight Disease and more

Fats and Carbohydrates sometimes get a bum rap when referring to a healthy diet, but the right fats and carbohydrates - in the right amount - are key to a well balanced diet for adult dogs. These nutrients give dogs energy to run, jump and play, but are also good for eyesight, fighting disease and more.

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Protein: The Cornerstone of Your Dog's Diet
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Protein: The Cornerstone of Your Dog's Diet

The protein sources in Wild Earth Clean Protein dog food all serve a specific purpose. Yeast and plant based proteins add clean, sustainable and delicious protein.

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man feeding vegetables to a happy dog
Health
Wait, are Dogs Carnivores or Omnivores?

The media is constantly inundating us with the idea that our dogs are descendants of the great, mighty wolf — prowling the forests hunting down their dinner of meat with a side of more meat. In reality, 15,000 years separate our pets from their ancestors...

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More than Just a Powerful Protein: The Other Benefits of Yeast
Ingredients
More than Just a Powerful Protein: The Other Benefits of Yeast

The rumors are true – yeast has yet even more health benefits to offer us and our pets. This seriously super superfood is packed full of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to keep your pooch in peak condition. Let’s dive right in!

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SIZE & FREQUENCY

Select the size and frequency that's right for you

Weight Cups/Day Recommendation
2 – 5 lb ¼ - ½ 1 Sm Bag / 6 Weeks
5 – 10 lb ½ - ¾ 1 Sm Bag / 4 Weeks
10 – 20 lb ¾ – 1½ 1 Sm Bag / 4 Weeks
20 – 30 lb 1½– 1¾ 1 Lg Bag / 6 Weeks
30 – 40 lb 1¾ – 2½ 1 Lg Bag / 5 Weeks
40 – 50 lb 2¼ – 2¾ 1 Lg Bag / 4 Weeks
50 – 60 lb 2¾ – 3¼ 1 Lg Bag / 3 Weeks
60 – 70 lb 3¼ – 3½ 1 Lg Bag / 3 Weeks
70 – 80 lb 3½ – 4 1 Lg Bag / 3 Weeks
80 – 90 lb 4 – 4¼ 2 Lg Bags / 5 Weeks
90 – 100 lb 4¼ – 4½ 2 Lg Bags / 4 Weeks
Over 100 lb 4½ + ¼ per each additional 10 lb
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