The nutrition that nature dictates

With a formulation that includes fresh meat and more than 50 per cent of its total content in meat and grain free, the balanced Wild Side recipes satisfy the nutritional needs of our pets throughout every stage of their lives, respecting their nature.

From Canis Familiaris to Canis Lupus Familiaris

After scientifically confirming that dogs share 99% of its genetic code with the grey wolf, at Wild Side we are committed to developing food similar to what our pets would find in nature, to give them the same nutritional requirements their wild relatives have.

This is why our recipes:


  • Cereals: Being carnivores, dogs and cats do not produce amylase. Food allergies and intolerances are caused by ingesting cereals, which they cannot process and are not part of their natural diet.
  • Artificial preservatives: We do not use this type of preservatives because, if consumed daily, they accumulate in the pet’s body, causing serious diseases such as cancer. In Wild Side pet food you will never find propirenglicol, ethoxyquin, BHA, BHT, TBHQ, propyl gallate, or artificial preservatives, but you will find rosemary extract and green tea as a source of natural preservatives.


  • Chelated minerals: Through the chelation process, minerals are associated with a protein to ensure its development and absorption by the pets’ body cells to avoid competition with other absorption processes.
  • Fresh meat: With a 23% content in fresh meat, all our formulas are highly palatable.
  • High nutritional value meats:


Buffalo meat provides our dogs an optimal diet, as its proteins, amino acids and omega 6 fatty acids (necessary for the fur, skin, and joints) content is higher than that in other meats such as beef. In addition, it has a lower fat and cholesterol content, and a higher minerals and iron content, making it an exceptional ingredient for our dogs’ diet.



Venison is one of the most suitable ingredients for our dogs’ diet as it is a meat rich in protein, vitamins B6 and B12, niacin and riboflavin, and much leaner than beef (with approximately a 75% less saturated fat content). Considering that dogs do not need high amounts of fat in their diet, venison meat is an especially nutritious ingredient for them.



Salmon is one of the most widely used fish in animal diets as it is the easiest to digest protein source in addition to being rich in omega 3 (very beneficial for their fur, skin, joints, and circulatory system), magnesium, potassium, zinc, and vitamins A, B, and D.

Its high levels of crude protein (91’8%), essential amino acids (36’4%) and non-essential amino acids (44’6%), as well as its high digestibility (94’8’4-94%) make it the perfect ingredient for a dog’s diet at all stages of their lives (ensuring a correct development for puppies).


From a nutritional standpoint, quail meat is widely known for being rich in high biological value proteins, i.e., for its high content of essential amino acids.

When compared to other meats, quail offers a low fat and cholesterol percentage, which makes it one the healthiest white meats.

In addition, quail stands out for being a type of meat high in iron, magnesium, calcium and vitamins B3 and B6 (very beneficial for the nervous system, digestive system, joints, hair, skin, nails, etc.) content, which makes it an ideal ingredient for our dogs’ diet.