Cricket Training Bites - Blueberry Honey
Chickpeas, flaxseeds, crickets, dates, blueberries, pea extract, honey, mix of lemon juice and vinegar, mixed tocopherols (natural source of vitamin E)
Calories per treat: 2.4
- Crude Protein (min) : 22%
- Crude Fat (min) : 11%
- Crude Fiber (max) : 15%
- Humidity (max) : 24%
- Omega 3 (min): 2.8%
- Omega 6 (min): 2.7%
Optimal for training
Our pea-sized, soft treats are perfectly designed for training your growing puppy or dog. Moreover, they’re made with healthy ingredients, making them a low-calorie snack.
Made with a limited list of premium ingredients such as flaxseeds and chickpeas, these treats are easily digestible. They’re also great for dogs with food allergies or intolerances, as crickets represent a novel hypoallergenic protein. Crickets are a source of prebiotics that help to promote gut health.
Crickets contain twice as much protein than beef, are very rich in calcium, iron, omega-3, vitamin B12, chitin (present in the exoskeleton), and contain all 10 amino acids dogs need.
Crickets are extremely efficient at converting water and feed into a highly nutritious protein, in comparison to conventional livestock.
Uses drastically less resources
In contrast to beef for example, crickets emit about 100 times less GHG, use 2000 times less water, and require 12 times less feed to produce the same amount of protein.
Require little space
Crickets can be reared in very dense spaces and vertically, making it an accessible protein source that requires no new arable land.
Crickets may be small, but they’re mighty. With twice as much protein than beef, they’re not only nutritious, they’re a hypoallergenic and eco-friendly alternative as well.
Hopping through vertical farms, crickets use 2,000 times less water, 12 times less feed and emit 100 times fewer greenhouse gases — giving treats a whole new meaning.
On top of providing great food for your pup and the planet we want your dog to LOVE it! That is why our products are 100% guaranteed.
If your dog does not like our food or if you are not satisfied, we will give you your money back or send another product of your choice! Just email us and we will take care of the rest.
A cleaner alternative
We work hard to give our dogs and the planet the best solution on the market
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'' My dog loves it! He was very sick and was losing a lot of weight because of the medication and was always hungry, as if the food did not reassure him. Since eating Wilder Harrier he has managed to regain weight and he is not always hungry anymore. I am really happy to have discovered this food for my beautiful boy :) ''Rachel S.
Frequently asked questions
Do dogs like insects?
Dogs love insects! Have you ever caught your dog chasing flies around the backyard and often devouring them? We certainly have.
We have little or no pushback on our farmed insects dog food and cricket treats! Actually, dogs seem to love the taste and in many cases, people write to us to say that our food is more palatable than their regular food and that their dog now refuses to eat anything other than our insect formula!
Beyond the positive feedback we get every day from our clients, many studies show that the palatability of insects is comparable or superior to conventional proteins.
The best way to make up your mind is to try it out!
Are insects hypoallergenic?
Insects are appropriate for dogs with adverse food reactions as they are novel proteins. Novel proteins are beneficial as dogs are rarely allergic to them since they have not been exposed to them. In dogs with known food allergies, switching them onto a novel protein diet is used to resolve their clinical signs, and insects are a coherent choice in this regard.
That is why you can find our products in veterinary clinics all around Canada.
Is the use of insects more humane & ethical?
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. This puts insects in a category Also, insects naturally thrive when they are reared in a condensed area (this is a biological imperative for reproduction and growth phases), it is their natural inclination.
Therefore, there is no contradiction in farming insects and their natural way of being.