Blue Wilderness is one of Blue Buffalo’s categories of pet foods but we’ll delve into the differences in this article.
Blue Wilderness vs Blue Buffalo
Blue Wilderness brand has high protein composition and is grain-free while Blue Buffalo is composed of proteins and fewer protein ingredients. That’s the major difference between the two Blue Wilderness having a higher amount of protein content and all formulas are grain-free.
Also, Blue Buffalo contains both dog and cat foods but Blue Wilderness is a variant of the brand’s dog foods. It tries to mimic your pet’s instinctive diet which mainly contains meat. To enhance the food’s taste, the brand uses natural flavors like Parsley and Rosemary.
Both the Blue Wilderness and regular Blue Buffalo line of products consist of LifeSource Bits which is an ideal blend of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. This helps support a healthy immune system and promote overall health. As you would expect, there would be a significant difference in the products depending on what you choose. Unlike regular Blue Buffalo products, Blue Wilderness contains less omega-6 fatty acids but more crude fat and fiber.
Blue Buffalo vs. Blue Wilderness Comparison Table
|Factor||Blue Buffalo||Blue Wilderness|
|Taste||Uses meat, has tasty meals, but that differs based on recipes||Contains higher protein and fat contents making it more palatable|
|Nutritional Value||High-quality ingredients with zero fillers & include omegas||More nutritious with healthy ingredients, omegas & no fillers|
|Product Line||Six product lines: Freedom, Basics, Veterinary Diet, Wilderness, Carnivora & TrueSolutions||A variant of dog foods in the Blue Buffalo product line|
|Price||Fairly costly||Very Expensive|
|Safety||Very many food recalls, 9 to be exact (2007 – 2017 )||Voluntary recalled once in 2017|
Verdict: Overall, Blue Wilderness contains more nutrients but the ideal choice depends on which suits your dog’s needs.
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