Sustainable Fish Recipe - Adult
Asian carp (Silver carp), millet, chickpeas, coconut, buckwheat, lentils, flaxseeds, salmon oil, sunflower oil, upcycled shrimp shell, yeast extract, natural pea extract, disodium phosphate, lecithin, salt, cellulose fiber, blueberries, micro-algae, potassium chloride, choline chloride, DL-methionine, L-lysine, taurine, fructooligosaccharides, fumaric acid, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, thyme extract, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, vitamin E, copper proteinate, L-2-ascorbyl-monophosphate (source of vitamin C), vitamin A, biotin, D-calcium pantothenate, manganese proteinate, sodium selenite, niacin, vitamin D3, riboflavin, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin B12, folic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride, calcium iodate, rosemary extract.
1 cup = 453 kcal | 3773 kcal/kg
- Crude Protein (min) : 27%
- Crude Fat (min) : 15%
- Crude Fiber (max) : 10%
- Ash (max) : 9%
- Humidity (max) : 10%
- Omega 3 (min): 2.0%
- Omega 6 (min): 3.0%
Packed with gut-friendly prebiotic fibers, formulated with premium ingredients, and uses Silver Carp as a balanced and easily digestible protein.
Silver Carp is caught in the wild, meaning it is void of antibiotics used in aquaculture. It is also free of contaminants or heavy metals since Silver carp are filter-feeders (feed on plankton)
High in omega-3 and DHA
Our formula is packed with omega-3 and DHA that are great for your pup’s brain and nervous system development, and promote healthy joints, skin and coat.
Rebalances aquatic ecosystems
As an invasive species, silver carp are creating havoc in aquatic ecosystems as they displace or break the delicate balance of many fauna and flora.
Saves native fish species from extinction
With their gluttonous appetite, Silver carp feed voraciously on the plankton that are the main source of food of the native species, decimating local fish populations in North American Rivers.
Given their incredible numbers, it is practically impossible to overcatch Silver Carp, unlike other popular fish. Moreover, given the artisanal fishing technique used, there is no by-catch problem (i.e.: dolphin by-catch in commercial fishing of tuna).
As an invasive species, silver carp are decimating local fish populations in North American rivers with their gluttonous appetite.
By feeding your dog our tasty seafood delight, you’re supporting local fishermen as they rebalance endangered aquatic ecosystems. With low levels of contaminants (and no antibiotics), this nutrient-dense, hypoallergenic recipe will not only please your dog’s tummy, but your environmentally conscious heart as well.
With Wilder Harrier Sustainable Fish dog food it is easy to make a good transition! The food being free from common allergens and fillers, it is easy on the stomach and great for the gut. With the new food, go from 25% of his daily needs on day 1 (with 75% of the current food) and then gradually put more in every portion to have 100% of the new food on day 7!
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
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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
What are Asian carp and where do you source them from?
The term “Asian carps” collectively refers to a group of four species of carps originating from Asia: Bighead, Silver, Grass and Black carps. Asian carps were imported into the Southern USA in the 60’s to control harmful algal blooms and aquatic vegetation in certain aquaculture facilities, but quickly starting infesting nearby lakes and rivers.
Wilder Harrier specifically uses the species “Silver carp” from artisanal fishers located in Illinois, USA.
What are the benefits of Asian carp for the planet?
By using Asian carp you are helping to save native species from extinction as well as local fisheries that depend on these fish. This helps to rebalance endangered aquatic ecosystems in North America.
Moreover, they are impossible to overfish (invasive species, unlike wild tuna or other popular fish) and do not create any by-catch problems (for example: dolphin by-catch issue in commercial fishing of tuna).
What are the benefits of Asian carp for my dog?
First off and most importantly, dogs crave the taste of Asian carp! Many people say they taste like a cross between scallop and crab.
Moreover, our Sustainable Fish formula is particularly suited for dogs with allergies and food intolerances. Fish in general are often used for hypoallergenic dog foods, but Asian carp has the added benefit of being very rarely used in pet food, therefore maximizing its hypoallergenic potential (minimal exposure).
Finally, the Asian carp is a full and balanced ingredient, with higher protein content that beef, and a similar nutritional profile to salmon.
Are Asian carp safe to consume for my dog?
Absolutely! The species that Wilder Harrier uses, the Silver carp, is low in contaminants since they do not eat other fish and are not bottom feeder, contrary to popular belief. In fact, they are filter feeders (collect and feed on plankton). Moreover, Asian carps are wild fish, which means that there is no use of antibiotics and pesticides that are typically required in fisheries to avoid infections.
Asian carp: why are they problematic?
Asian carps are one of the greatest threats to the Great Lakes. This population is invasive and could eventually reach every river and into the Great Lakes. With their gluttonous appetite they tend to eat out other native fish species, which leads to depleting populations and to an unbalanced aquatic ecosystem.
The Asian carp infestation is an issue that is closely monitored and documented by researchers and governments due to its socio-economic impacts and ecological disruption. There exists many ressources to learn more about this problem, notably the Asian Carp Canada website, as well as the Fisheries and Oceans Canada page.