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Freshpet vs Farmer’s Dog

Based on our testing and analysis, The Farmer’s Dog outperforms Freshpet in ingredient quality and convenience. However, Freshpet’s prices are lower and it provides more options. Get exclusive discounts and learn more below.

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Both Freshpet and The Farmer’s Dog eliminate the main problems posed by most dog foods on grocery store shelves. These brands have cut out the cheap, filler ingredients used in kibble, and they’ve totally changed the cooking process to help retain as much nutritional value as possible.

However, there are significant differences between each brand. The Farmer’s Dog is a top-of-the-line option that doesn’t just make premium food—it prepares it fresh and delivers it straight to your door. Freshpet sells their never-frozen food at stores like Petco, Target, Meijer, and Walmart, where you pick it up or have it delivered.

In this guide, we’ll compare the two premium dog foods—The Farmer’s Dog vs Freshpet—to see which dog food is better. We’ll compare the brand in several key categories so you can see which food is better for the things you value. To take a deeper dive, you can check out our full The Farmer’s Dog review.

In this comparison:

Freshpet vs Farmer’s Dog: At a glance

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Fresh food priceStarts at around $1 a dayStarts around $2.77 a day
Offers dry food?YesNo
Shipped to my home?No, but they work with a variety of services that offer home delivery (Amazon Fresh, Instacart, Target, etc). Freshpet is carried in pet and grocery stores across the US. Yes, shipped free of charge directly from their facilities
Promo discountStarts at around $2.77 a day20% off your first order, or 60% off for our readers
Protein optionsChicken, beef, turkey, fish, combos, plant-based, and moreBeef, Chicken, Turkey & Pork
Organic?Only the turkey is organic. Other ingredients are high-quality, all-natural ingredients.No, the ingredients are high-quality and human-grade, but not organic.
Sourcing96% of fresh ingredients are sourced from North America. The remaining 4% are sourced overseas, but never from China. Fresh Pet Vitals is 100% sourced from the USA with non-GMO ingredientsAll human-grade ingredients are sourced from reputable food suppliers, local farms, and other human food purveyors that meet USDA standards
Offer treats?Yes; 5 choicesNo
How to purchase?At select stores; online at Amazon and Petco (wet) and Chewy (dry)Easy online subscription
Refund guaranteeRefunds (if available) must go through the store from which you purchased. Availability depends on store policy.You can get a full refund on your first purchase if you donate the unused food to a dog shelter.

The Farmer’s Dog vs Freshpet: Which is right for your pup?

Next, we’ll compare each brand in a variety of categories. We’ve assigned each category a point value based on its relevance to most pet owners (15 points total). Click a category in the list below to jump to that section

Ingredient quality & formulation


The Farmer’s Dog uses veterinary nutritionists to formulate their meals. Similarly, Freshpet’s meals are formulated by their resident veterinarian who holds a Ph.D. in Applied Biochemistry and Food Science. Both brands craft their recipes to be complete and balanced with the included vitamins and minerals.

Freshpet recipes meet or surpass both AAFCO and WSAVA guidelines for canine nutrition. The Farmer’s Dog recipes adhere to USDA standards and meet or exceed AAFCO guidelines for all life stages. This means that all of The Farmer’s Dog recipes can be fed to all dogs, from puppies to seniors, while FreshPet’s recipes vary. Be sure to get an appropriate recipe for the age of your dog. See the puppy section below if you are feeding a puppy.

>> Read more: Best Wet Dog Food for Senior Dogs

Ingredient standards

Both brands are made with natural ingredients, but the main difference is the quality of the meat and produce. The Farmer’s Dog has gone through the trouble and expense of only using USDA human-grade meat and veggies; these are ingredients that you and I would eat. There is more safety regulation around human-grade food and this leads to higher quality food and a lower chance of contamination.

Freshpet does not source USDA-certified meat. But it states that it only uses muscle and organ meats “held to higher quality standards,” and that the meat is never pre-processed as is typical with traditional dog kibble.

But possibly even more important than what goes into each brand’s food is what both brands eliminate. You won’t find any artificial or chemical preservatives, colors, meat meals, or animal byproducts. You’ll find that whole meat is the first ingredient, not a grain or a meat meal. 

There are a few other differences in quality that I notice when comparing Freshpet vs The Farmer’s Dog. Freshpet contains processed or vague ingredients like “natural flavor” and “pea fiber” whereas The Farmer’s Dog uses whole foods. So, you may find a whole pea in your dog’s meal, while Fresh Pet just has processed pea fiber mixed in. Generally, I think the medical community agrees that whole food is more nutritionally beneficial than processed food.

As mentioned above, you’ll also find ingredients in Freshpet like carrageenan and natural flavors. These may be harmless, but they seem unnecessary and The Farmer’s Dog does not contain them.

All of The Farmer’s Dog meals are grain-free. Fresh Pet does have a grain-free option, but most of the other options contain grains, such as rice bran and brown rice. Your dog’s food doesn’t have to be grain-free unless they have a specific allergy.

Winner: The Farmer’s Dog (+2 points)

The Farmer’s Dog sources top-quality USDA meats like the ones you’d purchase for yourself. The ingredient list is simple and does not include anything unnecessary like carrageenan and “natural flavors.” While Freshpet’s ingredient list is decent compared to kibble, The Farmer’s Dog is better.

Sourcing, preparation & testing

According to their website, Freshpet sources 96% of their ingredients from North America, many local to Bethlehem, PA, and Ennis, TX, where their kitchens are located. The other 4% is sourced overseas from regions with stricter regulations like Europe, but not China. There are a few product lines, such as Freshpet Vital, that are 100% sourced in the USA.

Freshpet recipes are gently steamed at low temperatures to keep the integrity of the ingredients intact. The food is then vacuum-sealed and stored in the fridge to keep the food fresh.

Freshpet states their kitchens are registered with APHIS and the FDA and the meals are cooked according to the safety standards of the FDA and USDA. The meals are subjected to over 20 quality and safety tests before leaving their facilities. Additionally, the products are tested weekly for nutritional analysis.

The Farmer’s Dog recipes are made with USDA meats and produce sourced from reputable food suppliers, local farms, and other human food purveyors that meet USDA standards. The meals are prepared in a New York USDA-certified kitchen where they are gently cooked at low temperatures to preserve nutrients, and then quickly frozen to be shipped.

The Farmer’s Dog ensures their food is safe by keeping all procedures up to human-grade industry standards. They inspect and test all inbound ingredients, cook them with the rigorous safety standards applied to human food, and finally, they test samples from every batch to ensure the food is free from contaminants before leaving the facility. The meals are routinely tested at a third-party lab to guarantee each batch meets or exceeds the AAFCO nutrition standards.

Winner: The Farmer’s Dog (+2 points)

This is a close call, but we love that 100% of The Farmer’s Dog ingredients are sourced from within the USA.

Meal options

The Farmer’s Dog offers four meal options that vary in ingredients, but all maintain a roughly similar composition: meat, veggies, liver, fish oil, and vitamins and minerals. The protein levels range from 9% to 11%, which is typical for wet dog food.

Freshpet offers multiple product lines, so we chose to compare the Select product line, which is most similar to The Farmer’s Dog. There are nine fresh meal options within the Freshpet Select line. All the meals begin with whole meat and vary from there. However, most contain a meat broth, one veggie, liver, eggs, and end in the following: brown rice, rice bran, carrageenan, natural flavors, potassium chloride, celery powder, vitamins and minerals. The protein range varies from 9.5% to 11%.

When comparing the two, The Farmer’s Dog recipes contain fewer ingredients and more vegetable variety within each recipe, are grain free, and do not have any “natural flavors.”

The Farmer’s Dog meal options

  • Pork recipe: USDA Pork, Sweet Potato, Potato, Green Beans, Cauliflower, USDA Pork Liver, Fish Oil, TFD Nutrient Blend*.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein: 9% min., Crude Fat: 7% min., Crude Fiber: 1.5% max., Moisture: 75% max. 1390 kcal per kg / 630 kcal per lb.
  • Chicken recipe: USDA Chicken, Brussels Sprout, USDA Chicken Liver, Bok Choy, Broccoli, Fish Oil, TFD Nutrient Pack*.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein: 10% min., Crude Fat, 6% min., Crude Fiber: 1.0% max., Moisture: 77% max., 1300 kcal per kg / 590 kcal per lb.
  • Turkey recipe: USDA Turkey, Chickpeas, Carrot, Broccoli, Parsnip, Spinach, Fish Oil, TFD Nutrient Blend*.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein: 9% min., Crude Fat: 4.5% min., Crude Fiber: 1.5% max., Moisture: 76% max. 1170 kcal per kg / 530 kcal per lb.
  • Beef recipe: USDA Beef, Sweet Potato, Lentils, Carrot, USDA Beef Liver, Kale, Sunflower Seeds, Fish Oil, TFD Nutrient Blend*.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein: 11% min., Crude Fat: 8% min., Crude Fiber: 1.5% max., Moisture: 73% max; 1530 kcal per kg / 694 kcal per lb. 

*TFD Nutrient blend ingredients: Tricalcium phosphate, sea salt, vitamin B12 supplement, choline bitartrate, taurine, zinc amino acid chelate, iron amino acid chelate, vitamin E supplement, copper amino acid chelate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, potassium iodide, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid

Freshpet Select meal options

Within the Freshpet Select line, there are also small dog and puppy options not named below.

  • Grain Free Chicken recipe: Chicken, Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver, Spinach, Potatoes, Eggs, Pea Fiber, Carrageenan, Natural Flavors, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Celery Powder, vitamins and minerals.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein: 10% min., Crude Fat: 6% min., Crude fiber: 2.0% max, Moisture: 78% max. 1,200 kcal per kg/ 560 kcal per lb.
  • Chunky Beef recipe: Beef, Chicken, Beef Broth, Beef Liver, Carrots, Peas, Eggs, Brown Rice, Rice Bran, Soy Flour, Carrageenan, Natural Flavors, Spinach, Celery Powder, Potassium Chloride, Salt, vitamins and minerals.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein: 10% min., Crude Fat: 6% min., Crude fiber: 2.0% max, Moisture: 78% max. 1,424 kcal per kg/ 646 kcal per lb.
  • Chunky Chicken and Turkey recipe: Chicken, Turkey, Chicken Liver, Carrots, Chicken Broth, Egg, Brown Rice, Rice Bran, Carrageenan, Natural Flavors, Potassium Chloride, Celery Powder, Salt, Peas, Spinach, vitamins and minerals.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein: 11% min., Crude Fat: 6.5% min., Crude fiber: 2.0% max, Moisture: 78% max. 1,235 kcal per kg/ 560 kcal per lb.
  • Tender Chicken recipe: Chicken, Carrots, Chicken Broth, Peas, Eggs, Chicken Liver, Brown Rice, Rice Bran, Carrageenan, Natural Flavors, Potassium Chloride, Celery Powder, Salt, Spinach, vitamins and minerals.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein: 9.5% min., Crude Fat: 6% min., Crude fiber: 2.0% max, Moisture: 78% max. 1,125 kcal per kg/ 512 kcal per lb.
  • Multi-protein Chicken, Beef, Egg & Salmon: Chicken, Beef, Eggs, Beef Broth, Beef Liver, Salmon, Sweet Potatoes, Rice Bran, Carrots, Spinach, Carrageenan, Brown Rice, Natural Flavors, Celery Powder, Potassium Chloride, Salt, vitamins and minerals.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein: 10.5% min., Crude Fat: 6.5% min., Crude fiber: 1.0% max, Moisture: 76% max. 1,340 kcal per kg/ 608 kcal per lb.
  • Sensitive Stomach & Skin: Chicken, Chicken Liver, Egg, Pumpkin Puree, Brown Rice, Carrots, Chicken Broth, Sweet Potatoes, Rice Bran, Carrageenan, Natural Flavor, Potassium Chloride, Fish Oil, Chicory Root Extract, Celery Powder, Salt, vitamins and minerals.
    Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein: 9.5% min., Crude Fat: 5% min., Crude fiber: 1.0% max, Moisture: 78% max. 1,130 kcal per kg/ 516 kcal per lb.

In addition to the Select line, Freshpet offers five other food lines. Some of the other lines, such as Freshpet Vital, are similar to the Select line, but Vital only uses non-GMO produce and it is made completely in the USA. Freshpet Spring & Sprout uses plant-based protein but also incorporates eggs into the recipes. Finally, Freshpet’s Nature’s Fresh is their sustainable pet food line utilizing wind-powered kitchens, ethically sourced ingredients, and regenerative farming practices.

Winner: Freshpet for variety, Farmer’s Dog for clean recipes (+1 point each)

I like The Farmer’s Dog’s meal options and, more importantly, the ingredients used in them. You won’t see any of the unnecessary additives Freshpet sometimes includes. But if you want variety or your dog has specific dietary needs, FreshPet offers more options. I do love that each brand has incorporated nutrient-rich liver into all or most of its recipes.


At this time, The Farmer’s Dog does not offer any treats. They solely focus on wholesome, fresh mealplans for your dog. However, you could combine it with some of Freshpet’s treats for wholesome meals and snack time.

Freshpet offers five treats that are all-natural, contain no artificial preservatives, and are less processed than most treats on the market. The recipes tend to include cooked meat and two-to-four other ingredients, such as salt and celery powder. For freshness, treats can be kept in the refrigerator for 10 to 14 days.

Unlike their food, Freshpet does not make their own treats. They are made in the USA by “carefully selected partners that are required to strictly adhere to our high-quality food and safety standards.”

Winner: Freshpet (+1 point)

Although they don’t make them themselves, Freshpet is the only option that offers treats. However, since Freshpet doesn’t work on a subscription basis like The Farmer’s Dog, you could combine food from one and treats from the other if you want the best of both worlds.

Food for puppies

All Freshpet Vital recipes meet AAFCO standards for all life stages, which includes puppyhood. Additionally, Freshpet offers a few meals specifically for puppies in the Select and Vital product lines. The other Freshpet Select recipes meet or surpass both AAFCO and WSAVA guidelines for canine nutrition, but not necessarily for puppies. So, you should make sure you choose an appropriate product when ordering for a young dog.

All of The Farmer’s Dog’s recipes meet and exceed the AAFCO standards for all life stages, so they are all appropriate for puppies once they reach 8 weeks of age. However, none of their recipes are specifically created for puppies. We recommend the beef recipe for puppies since it contains the highest amount of protein of all options. You can learn more in our guide to The Farmer’s Dog puppy food.

Winner: Too close to call (+.5 points each)

Freshpet makes several meals specifically to meet the nutritional needs of growing puppies. But we feel the other meals that are for all life stages, both from The Farmer’s Dog and Freshpet Vital, would also be appropriate.

Regardless of what you feed your puppy, you should take them to their routine puppy vet visits to have them weighed and examined for healthy development.


The Farmer’s Dog states their prices start around $2 per day. When we ran our quote for a 6-lb. Yorkie, our daily cost was $2.80 per day. Daily prices increase with weight since bigger dogs require more food.

Freshpet prices appear to start around $1, but the prices will fluctuate based on your region, the store’s set pricing, the product line, and the recipe you choose. For example, purchasing a 1-lb. roll of Freshpet Select Tender Chicken Recipe costs $3.98 from my local Walmart. This lasts my Yorkie 4 days and costs about $1 a day.

Compare this price to purchasing a 2-lb. roll of the Freshpet Vital Grain-free Salmon and Whitefish from Petco and you’ll see the price increase to $1.75 a day for a 6-lb. dog. Other recipes, such as Beef & Bison, can cost more.

We calculated the price for the 25-lb. and 60-lb. dogs using the 6-lb. rolls. A 6-lb. roll will last about 12 days for a 25-lb. dog and approximately 4 days for our 60-lb. dog.

FreshpetThe Farmer’s Dog
6-lb. Yorkie male$1/day
$7 week
25-lb. Corgi male$1.39/day
60-lb. Afghan Hound male$4.15/day
Prices are approximate. Yours may vary.

The Farmer’s Dog offers a Topper Plan of smaller meals to mix into and supplement a dog’s current diet. The Topper Plan gave us 3 different portion options for a 60-lb dog: a half portion at $37.47 per week, a quarter portion at $28.84 per week, and a little bit more than 1/8th portion at $17.92 per week. You can see more pricing examples in our guide How Much Does The Farmer’s Dog Cost?

Winner: Freshpet is a cheaper alternative to Farmer’s Dog (+2 points)

Freshpet Select is half the price or less of The Farmer’s Dog. A lot of this comes down to ingredient sourcing and the automated convenience that The Farmer’s Dog offers, but if you’re looking to upgrade your dog’s diet for less, Freshpet is a great option.

Portioning & feeding

Neither food brand individually portions their meals. 

Large dogs may eat one entire food pack from The Farmer’s Dog, but medium and small dogs will eat multiple meals from each pack, as designated by the custom feeding instructions you’ll receive. The Farmer’s Dog’s meal packs are narrow, flat, and thin, and you store them in the freezer until the day before use.

To open the packs, you’ll need to cut the package open and scoop or squeeze out the appropriate amount, which is neatly labeled on the package along with your dog’s name. You can keep any remaining food in the package and store it in the fridge for future use.

Freshpet food comes vacuum-sealed in soft-plastic tubes, much like rolls of ground beef. On the back of the packaging are instructions for feeding based on your dog’s weight. Use a knife and cut along the serving marks on the side of the roll. Cover the open end and refrigerate any leftovers. These rolls come in a variety of sizes: 1-lb., 1.5-lb., and 6-lb. rolls, but these vary from recipe to recipe.

Owners of tiny dogs like my 6-lb. Yorkie may find some Freshpet rolls too big to use up before the food spoils since not all of the recipes are available in 1-lb. sizes. I had to freeze half of the 1.5-lb. roll. A pack of The Farmer’s Dog lasts my Yorkie 8 meals (4 days).

Winner: Tie (+.5 points each)

Neither brand makes feeding complicated, but you will need something to seal the food once it’s open. Some brands, such as Ollie Dog Food, offer reusable containers with your first shipment to store your leftover food.


Freshpet has voluntarily recalled their food twice: on June 13, 2021, and again on June 18, 2022. Both recalls were for potential salmonella contamination.

At the time of writing, The Farmer’s Dog has not had any recalls.

Winner: The Farmer’s Dog (+1 point)


None of these brands’ meals are fully customizable, but they each have their perks.

Freshpet offers specialized formulas, such as grain-free or grain-inclusive, puppy, sensitive stomach, and other various options. They may even have a custom meal option for you if you are in a specific zip code (near their PA or TX kitchens). The two meals offered to me didn’t appear much different from the other regular recipes, but check it out for yourself if it looks useful. All custom meals currently contain chicken.

The Farmer’s Dog will give you a basic questionnaire asking questions about your dog, such as their breed, approximate age, health issues, or whether the dog is overweight or underweight. Additionally, you can indicate if your dog has allergies or another specific health condition like gluten sensitivity, tear stains, bad breath, or digestive issues. These questions help determine the appropriate amount to feed your dog, as well as to determine the best recipe for their needs. 

The Farmer’s Dog does not have any prescription diets or specialized meals. They offer a supplemental meal plan, but it’s difficult to find on their website. The supplemental plan reduces your cost and daily portion size while still allowing some nutritious fresh food to complement your dog’s current diet. However, we’ve found that you can make your own, cheaper supplement plan by ordering a standard amount but reducing daily portions and increasing the time between your deliveries.

When you order from The Farmer’s Dog, you can choose any three of the four meals in one order. Recipe changes, shipping frequency, and all other subscription alterations are completed within your account. Since Freshpet is purchased at an online or physical store and is not part of a subscription plan, you can choose any amount and variety of food as long as it’s available in your area.

Winner: Freshpet (+1 point)

While you don’t have the convenience of food delivered to your door, Freshpet offers more variety that may suit various dogs’ needs.

Packaging, storage & sustainability

Both Freshpet and The Farmer’s Dog packs are vacuum-sealed to keep food fresh without the need for preservatives. They need to be cut open and are not resealable, although The Farmer’s Dog packs could be folded and secured with a clip. Freshpet’s packs need their open end covered with plastic wrap or something similar to seal off the leftover food.

With FreshPet, there is less packaging on the consumer end when you buy in-store since the food is purchased in-person and not shipped. It does not appear that the plastic tubing material is recyclable. If you order it online then it is similar to The Farmer’s Dog.

Freshpet’s Nature’s Fresh line is unique in that this line of food uses wind-powered and landfill-free kitchens, ethically sourced ingredients, a rainwater recapturing system, and regenerative farming practices. We love that this is an option, although we wish some of these standards were used across all of their available products.

The Farmer’s Dog food is shipped to your home frozen in well-insulated cardboard boxes on dry ice. Despite the hot weather, my food arrived completely frozen, and it stayed that way for a few hours. There is enough dry ice to keep the food sufficiently cold until you can store it, even if you don’t get to it until you arrive home in the evening. Place food for the next day in the fridge and store the remainder in the freezer.

The Farmer’s Dog food packs are labeled with the recipe name, your dog’s name, the date the food was packed, and portioning instructions. This informational label is handy when you are feeding more than one dog. In addition to the food, your first order contains a transition and feeding guide, a reusable and insulated tote bag, and a single-use storage container.

The Farmer’s Dog’s packaging is 100% biodegradable or recyclable, non-toxic, and BPA-free. The insulation is made from cornstarch and can be composted or dissolved under running water. The food storage container is biodegradable and the food bags are recyclable once rinsed.

Winner: Tie (+.5 points each)

The Farmer’s Dog involves more packaging on your end compared to buying food in-store, but at least it’s all recyclable or compostable. With Freshpet, you need to dispose of the packaging it comes in, but there are no shipping materials unless you order online.


Freshpet does not ship any food directly. However, you may be able to get shipping from a store that carries Freshpet, such as Chewy for dry food, or Amazon Fresh or Petco for wet food. Whether this shipping is free will depend on how much you order.

The Farmer’s Dog ships free to anywhere within the continental U.S. It’s easy to change your address if traveling, change your shipping frequency, and pause, skip, delay, or rush orders. These changes can be made in your account settings, but any adjustments must be made prior to your next order being processed.

Shipping is adjustable but defaults to ship every 8 weeks for the smallest dogs and every 3 weeks for large dogs. If you prefer not to have too much food stored in the freezer, large dogs can get food shipped as frequently as every 7 to 14 days.

Winner: The Farmer’s Dog (+1 point)

The Farmer’s Dog’s tailored meal plans and automatic shipping are convenient. They allow you to permanently automate shopping for your dog’s food, so you’ll never have to spend another minute on it. No more forgetting to buy food or last-minute trips to the grocery store. You’ll always have the right amount stocked in your freezer.

Overall winner

15 total points
The Farmer’s Dog8.5

The Farmer’s Dog won 8.5 out of 15 available points. They perform better in ingredient quality, sourcing, convenience, and recall history. However, Freshpet is not without its merits.

To help summarize this comparison, I’ve compiled some reasons why you may want to choose either brand.

The Farmer’s Dog

  • USDA-certified, human-grade meat
  • Simpler, cleaner ingredients 
  • Convenient shipping to your door
  • 100% sourced in the USA
  • Individually labeled packaging that is 100% biodegradable or recyclable, non-toxic, and BPA-free
  • No recalls


  • Reduces daily feeding cost by at least half 
  • More protein choices
  • Dry food, sensitive formulas, and plant-based options
  • Treat options

No matter which you choose, it’s a giant leap up from typical grocery store kibble, and your pup will agree! Personally, I love the human-grade quality and simplicity of The Farmer’s Dog ingredients.

But, if The Farmer’s Dog is cost-prohibitive, don’t think twice about choosing Freshpet. Any whole-food nutrition will benefit your dog, and consuming more whole foods will help reduce dietary-linked illnesses down the road. And that, ultimately, could save you money in expensive vet bills.
For a deeper dive into The Farmer’s Dog, check out our The Farmer’s Dog Food review.

Freshpet vs Ollie

Another fresh food option we fully recommend is Ollie. Ollie uses USDA meats with the additional protein option of lamb. In addition to fresh food, Ollie offers a dry food that consists of healthy, whole foods gently baked for more convenient feeding. This dry food can be added to fresh food to reduce the daily price, or as a healthier replacement for your typical kibble.

Ollie also offers a complimentary telehealth service, called OllieHealth, for their subscribers. With OllieHealth, you can get advice from veterinarians for everyday questions or preventative care. Ollie is the only dog food company we know of that is offering a telehealth service.

To read more about Ollie, check out our Ollie dog food review, or our comparison guide: Ollie vs The Farmer’s Dog.

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