BLUE Wilderness® Denali Dinner

In the spirit of the Alaskan wild, a rugged habitat where only the cunning survive — comes BLUE Wilderness Denali Dinner.

Our Ingredients

This tempting blend of protein-rich wild salmon, venison and halibut brings the best of the Alaskan Frontier to satisy the hungry wolf in every dog

Salmon

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Salmon

An excellent protein, wild salmon is one of the most natural sources of essential fatty acids to help keep your dog’s joints healthy and his coat shiny!

Halibut

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Halibut

Alaska is known for halibut, a delicately sweet-tasting white fish and one of the best sources of Omega 3 fatty acids, B vitamins and other healthy nutrients.

Venison

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Venison

Did you know, venison is a tasty, lean meat with more protein than beef! It’s one of the most nutritious red meats available.

Wilderness Denali Dinner Products

Dry Dog Food

Protein-rich dry food featuring wild salmon, venison and halibut plus our exclusive antioxidant-rich LifeSource Bits®

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Wet Dog Food

Grain-free canned dog food filled with high-quality proteins for a unique taste of the Alaskan frontier

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Crunchy Treat

A natural way to treat your dog’s inner wolf with a uniquely wild, protein-rich baked snack

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