Ollie’s prices start at around $2 per day. However, your costs will vary based on the size of your dog and the meal plan you choose, so owners of big dogs should expect to pay more. Keep reading to learn more.

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Ollie’s premium dog food subscription brings all-natural, human-grade ingredients directly to your doggy door. A more nutritious diet can save you money in the long run by improving your pup’s health and mitigating some costly health issues. But all of that quality food comes at a price.

Ollie Dog Food
Ollie Dog Food
  • Human-grade dog food delivered to your door
  • Available in fresh frozen or gently baked recipes
  • Free vet telehealth access with every subscription
  • Take 50% off your first purchase

>> Read more: Want to learn more about what Ollie has to offer? Check out our Ollie Dog Food Review

In this guide:

How much is Ollie dog food?

Ollie’s meal plans start at around $2 per day (or $1 per meal) for baked food and at around $3 per day for fresh food. At this price, fresh food is especially compelling to dog owners of small and toy breeds.

However, most pet parents will pay closer to $3.50 to $6 a day since Ollie prices its service based on the precise amount of food your dog needs and the meal plan you choose. If you have a large breed, expect to pay more, in the range of $6.50 to $10 per day.

Ollie currently offers three meal plans: Fresh, Baked, and Mixed (fresh and baked). We gathered some price quotes in the table below to show what you can expect to pay for Ollie’s various plans. These should be used as a guideline as your price may vary. Your dog’s breed, weight, age, level of activity, allergies, meal plan, and other factors all play a factor. Ollie’s algorithms—created in participation with pet nutritionists—will calculate the exact calorie count and food content your pup needs. Head to the onboarding page now to see your exact costs. It only takes a few minutes to complete the questionnaire, and you won’t need to enter any card information.

How much does Ollie dog food cost?

Meal Plan6-lb. Yorkie male25-lb. Pembroke Welsh Corgi male60-lb. Afghan Hound male
Ollie Fresh Food $3.14 day / $22 week$6 day / $42 week$9.85 day / $69 week
Ollie Fresh & Baked Mix$2.71 day/ $19 week$4.86 day / $34 week$8.42 day / $59 week
Ollie Baked Food$2 day/ $14 week$3.71 day / $26 week$6.57 day / $46 week
*These figures are estimates. Your actual cost will vary based on your dog’s breed, age, weight, and activity level. Ollie states that most dog owners pay $6 per day.

Currently, Ollie is offering 50% off your first shipment and will refund your first order if you aren’t happy with the food.

How much does Ollie dog food cost per month?

You can expect to pay $88 per month for the smallest dogs on the fresh food plan. The average dog owner with a 30-lb. dog will pay approximately $168 per month. This monthly cost can be reduced by choosing the Mixed Plan that combines baked food with fresh food. On the Mixed Plan, this owner cost will be reduced to $136 per month.

How much is OllieHealth per month?

Ollie recently launched OllieHealth, a telehealth vet service, to further assist owners in everyday concerns about their dogs’ health. This service is free of charge for those with every Ollie food subscription. Comparable services, such as Pawp, can cost around $24 per month. We love this benefit, since mischievous pets often injure themselves or ingest potentially toxic substances at odd hours when most veterinary clinics are closed.

When will I be billed?

You will be billed for your subscription one business day before each box ships. If you want to make changes to your order, Ollie suggests you make the change at least four days in advance of your next shipment date.

How much is shipping?

Shipping is always free.

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