Blue Buffalo Wilderness Adult Dog Food is a protein-rich, grain-free dog food for active or working dogs - or for any dog who prefers a meatier option. It comes in three varieties, chicken, salmon, and duck - and each are formulated with a higher concentration of these protein-packed meats that most dogs love. Blue Buffalo Wilderness is a convenient, nutritious alternative to raw diets, and provides a balanced diet to help your dog live a long, healthy life.
Blue Buffalo's grain-free Wilderness foods may also be a good option for dogs who are sensitive to grains.
What's even better is that the food includes LifeSource® Bits, exclusive to Blue Buffalo Foods, which provide your dog with a precise blend of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants chosen by holistic veterinarians and animal nutritionists.
Nutritious alternative to raw diets
Good for dogs with grain sensitivities
No grain, corn, or soy
No artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors
Real fruits and vegetables
Exclusive LifeSource® Bits help promote optimal health
Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are included for healthy skin and a shiny coat
Vitamins and chelated minerals help strengthen the immune system
How it works:
In all three varieties of Blue Buffalo Wilderness Adult Dry Dog Food, real meat provides protein along with essential amino acids your dog needs every day. Blueberries, cranberries, and carrots provide essential antioxidants. And whole vegetables, along with sweet potatoes and potatoes, give your dog necessary carbohydrates.
Every bag of Blue Buffalo contains small morsels called LifeSource® Bits that benefit dogs by maintaining a healthy oxidative balance and a healthy immune system throughout a dog's stages of life. LifeSource® Bits are small kibbles that contain a precise blend of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants selected by holistic veterinarians and animal nutritionists. To ensure that dogs and cats get the full benefit of these vital nutrients, LifeSource® Bits are "cold-formed" to help preserve their potency. Blue Buffalo is the only pet food that uses this manufacturing breakthrough.
Directions for Blue Buffalo Wilderness Adult Dog Food:
Meal Frequency: Small Breed: 1 Meal Per Day Medium/Large Breed: 2 Meals Per Day
Use a standard 8 oz. measuring cup.
Always have clean, fresh water available for your pet(s).
Transitioning Your Dog to Blue Buffalo Wilderness Dog Food: Start by mixing 25% of Blue Buffalo Food with your dog's previous food. Gradually increase the proportion of Blue Buffalo over the next 14 days until you are giving 100% Blue Buffalo food.
Tip: Digestive upset caused by a diet change can sometimes be prevented by mixing some non-fat plain yogurt in with your dog's food each day during the transition. The live cultures within the yogurt will help balance the flora within the digestive system and minimize flatulence or loose stools that are sometimes associated with a diet change.
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Dry Dog Food Recipe
Amount (per cup)
Up to 15 lbs
1/4 - 1 1/4 cups
1 1/4 -1 3/4 cups
1 3/4 - 2 1/4 cups
2 1/4 - 3 cups
3 - 3 3/4 cups
3 3/4 - 4 1/2 cups
Over 100 lbs
Feed 4 1/2 cups plus 1/2 cup for eachadditional 20 lbs.
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Adult Dog Food - Chicken Recipe
Calorie Content: (ME calculated, as fed): 3,529 Kcals/kg, 415 Kcals/cup
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by AAFCO Pet Food Nutrient Profiles.
BLUE Wilderness Salmon Recipe for Adult Dogs is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Adult Dog Dry Food
It has helped a lot
We have two pembroke welsh corgis. They were both shedding nonstop. The male was developing bad dandruff, too. I called the breeder and they said when any of their dogs did that, they took them off of anything with corn in it. We started feeding Blue Wilderness. The dogs love it, they have stopped shedding all the time, their coats are glossy, and the dandruff has been eliminated. I think they have more energy (more than me, that's for sure).
My dog was diagnosed with cancer this summer...the vet recommended a dog food that had life source and protein. My dog has been more energetic and seems to be doing amazing with this dog food. I would recommend this food for other dogs!
Rover loves this food
I switched my dog Ronnie a black lab, from nutro max, she didn't digest it well. She has been on the Blue Wilderness Duck flavor and she looks forward to feeding times, she just loves it. Her coat is better than ever, stools are formed good, she has plenty of energy to play even after a 3 - 4 mile walk. I do not know if this food changes temperment but that has improved as well.
I adopted Molly, my little adult, 8 pound Cockapoo, from a rescue shelter. She had a VERY sensitive stomach. My Vet suggested I try the Blue along with the Blue can food. She did not eat well before I started feeding her the BB and was very underweight (6 pounds). She now eats 1/8 cup of BB dry and 1 tbsp of BB canned food twice a day. She LOVES the food and is waiting by her placemat for me to set her bowl down. It amazes me how fast that tiny mouth can chomp up the BB. She no longer is vomiting and her coat is soft and shiny. I am so happy with BB and thankful my Vet suggested it!
Good quailty food. My puppy doesn't like the taste and smell of hers, but will eat the adult variety. This one gave my dogs some serious stinky gas
The amounts to feed are listed in cups using a standard 8 oz measuring cup. The food is sold in bags using pounds as the measurement. I need to figure out the price per serving for my dogs to compare prices of the food.
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