Your Dog Doesn’t Have to Suffer From Allergies

Stop itching and scratching with clean and plant-based dog food!


Does your pup have allergies?

The most common visible signs of allergies in dogs include:

Itching & Scratching
Problems & Red Bellies

What are the Most Common Allergy Triggers for Dogs? Beef, pork, egg, lamb, soy, chicken, rabbit, dairy, and fish. Wild Earth contains ZERO of these allergens! Source

Don’t dogs need meat?

Not exactly.

Dogs are omnivores. What they need is a complex mix of nutrients, protein, amino acids, and of course—rich, tasty meals. All of which can come from plants.

Our recipe features all the goodness your pup needs to live a happy, healthy life. Try our clean, complete food today and see why plant-based is more natural than you’d think!

A Recipe Worth Drooling Over

We set out to make really, really good dog food that your pup will really, really love. Each ingredient was hand-selected for targeted health benefits that you’ll notice almost immediately.

Clean Plant Protein

Plant-based protein powerhouses like chickpeas, nutritional yeast and peas offer muscle-building benefits and the amino acids dogs need without the nasty downsides of meat.

Anti-Oxidant Rich Fruits

Berries of the blue and cran variety deliver antioxidants and vitamins with a highly-digestible punch of nutrition.

Vitamin-Packed Spinach

Another superfood? Yes! Spinach is loaded with iron and vitamin E and magnesium. Not your average leafy green.

Roasted Sweet Potato & Pumpkin

You know how tasty sweet potatoes are and so does your pup. Plus, they’re high in fiber and easy to digest.


Let’s Reinvent Dog Food

At it’s core, there’s an unhealthy meat dependency in pet food. Most of the time, meat in your pet food means: Bad ingredients. Bad practices. And bad health.

Which is bad news for pets, pet parents, and the planet. So we made a new kind of dog food – a better one. We thank you for joining and supporting our mission!

FAQS About Wild Earth Dog Food

Many dogs with meat-based food allergies may benefit from plant-based food.

One of the biggest myths about food allergies in dogs centers on which ingredients are most often to blame. The makers of grain-free dog foods often advertise their products as being a good option for these pets, but research has shown that grains are not the most frequent trigger for dogs. Animal-based proteins are far more problematic. A recent study revealed that animal-based ingredients (beef, dairy, chicken, lamb, egg, pork, fish, and rabbit) were responsible for 236 cases of food allergy in dogs while plant-based ingredients (wheat, soy, corn, rice, barley, kidney bean, and tomato) were involved in only 77 cases.

If your dog is in need of a special diet caused by a medical condition, please consult with your veterinarian to help determine if our kibble is a good fit for your dog.

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.

Dogs can get their protein from multiple sources, because dogs are omnivores — scavenging omnivores, to be exact. Science shows that dogs 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 truth is, 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.

Essential fatty acids (such as omega 3, 6, 9) can be found in both plant and animal sources.

Healthy oils and fats, such as those found in canola, sunflower and flaxseed, are an essential part of any dog’s diet. Oils derived from plant sources provide a healthy mix of unsaturated fat (source of energy) and omega fatty acids -3, -6, -9, which are important for maintaining healthy skin and a radiant coat.

Yes, Wild Earth Complete Protein dog food meets the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for Maintenance.

Wild Earth believes this is a baseline requirement and will always strive to exceed AAFCO guidelines.

Furthermore, we have taken both AAFCO and European guidelines into account in the development of our formulation to ensure exceptional product quality and safety.

Yes! We set out to create the healthiest – and tastiest – animal meat-free dog food possible. Our unique blend of koji and yeast proteins delivers a delicious and savory flavor that dogs love. In surveys, 92% of our customers said that their dog prefers the taste of Wild Earth.

Try our food for 30 days, and if your dog doesn’t love our food, we’ll issue you a full refund – no questions asked.