Ollie Dog Food Reviews

Ollie Dog Food Review

There are approximately 7.8 billion people in the world today. All different age, weight, and height. All with varying conditions of health and health goals. Assuming that everyone’s needs could be met with one type of diet alone is not only preposterous but also dangerous. The very same thing can be concluded with our dogs. Today it is estimated that there are over 400 different dog breeds in the world. Feeding every dog the same general diet simply isn’t going to cut it. That is where Ollie Dog Food comes in.

My Ollie Dog Food Review

What Is Ollie Dog Food?

Ollie Dog Food is a dog food manufacturer that specializes in custom made food specific to your dog’s needs. The company tailors its food not only on the breed of your dog but also on its age, allergies, activity level, and ideal weight. The food is always fresh, meaning that there are no artificial preservatives.

It is human-grade (meaning humans can eat it too) and prepared at a low heat to preserve the food’s nutritional value. It is high-quality food with the added convenience of being sent to your door!

The company is based in New York and was founded in 2016 by partners Gabby Slome, Alex Douzet, and Randy Jimenez. All three are dog owners who want the very best for their pets and understand the value that a good diet brings to the quality of animal’s lives.

Their team is divided in both New York and Pennsylvania, and their products are accessible in 48 states.

About The MyOllie.com Food

To ensure that their food stays at optimum quality and stays within the guidelines of AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) nutrient profiles for dogs, the staff work closely with a veterinary nutritionist.

Their ingredients are pretty straight-forward, it is also carefully sourced and US-based. They rely on local family farms for their meat products, all of which are in the United States. The four different flavors and full ingredients which are:

Hearty Beef Eats: Beef, beef heart, sweet potato, peas, potato, beef kidney, carrot, beef liver, spinach, chia seed, dicalcium phosphate, blueberries, fish oil (preserved with tocopherols), iodized salt, zinc gluconate, rosemary, vitamin E supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), riboflavin (vitamin B2), potassium iodide

Healthy Turkey Feast: Turkey breast, turkey liver, kale, carrots, lentils, blueberries, coconut oil, pumpkin, chia seeds, dicalcium phosphate, iodized salt, zinc gluconate, cod liver oil, iron sulfate, manganese gluconate, manganese sulfate, copper gluconate, vitamin E supplement, thiamin hydrochloride, potassium iodate

Tasty Lamb Fare: Lamb, lamb liver, butternut squash, kale, chickpeas, cranberries, potato, chia seeds, dicalcium phosphate, iodized salt, calcium carbonate, zinc gluconate, taurine, vitamin E supplement, iron sulfate, pantothenic acid, potassium iodate, manganese gluconate, thiamin hydrochloride, folic acid

Chicken Goodness: Chicken, chicken gizzard, carrots, peas, chicken liver, rice, chia seeds, spinach, potatoes, whole dried eggs, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, blueberries, fish oil, Iodized salt, cod liver oil, zinc gluconate, rosemary, copper gluconate, vitamin E supplement, potassium Iodide, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), riboflavin (vitamin B2)

How Does All This Work?

You create an online meal plan for your dog by going to their site and creating a profile. There, you will fill out a detailed inquiry about your dog. The purpose is to make sure that they have a good idea of your pet’s needs. Some questions will include your dog’s breed, his or her age, and your pet’s current diet.

After the inquiry is submitted, then a recommended meal plan will be generated. After that, you decided how you want your pup’s food delivered.

There are three options: there is the All Ollie, which offers 28 meals every two weeks, Mostly Ollie, with 21 meals every two weeks and Some Ollie, with 14 meals every two weeks.

What To Expect?

Each delivery comes in a white cardboard box with the company’s logo printed on it. For example, if you selected the All Ollie meal plan, you will find a bright orange container lid (to fit on top of the food trays). Along with the container lid are the following:

  • Daily Probiotic Canine Supplement packet (If your dog needs it). This helps transition your dog’s sensitive stomach to the wet food. It is made in the US and has 30 bite-size chews.
  • A guidebook with instructions on how to guide your dog adjusts to the new food.
  • An “Official Pup of the Clean Bowl Club” certificate.
  • A custom-made orange scooper to serve the food.

Most orders will ship in 1 or 2 business days. The food is packed in a well-padded chilled box. Each package of food requires you to thaw in the refrigerator for 24 hours before eating. Once opened, you are recommended to finish it within four days.

What Does the Food Look and Taste?

The food looks a lot different from the pre-shaped dry kibble food you’ll find at your local grocery or pet store. That is because it is fresh real human-grade food.

It has a chunky texture with visible vegetables like peas, spinach, and carrots. Most dogs enjoy the taste very much; in fact, Ollie is so confident that they have a bowl-licking guarantee. If your dog does not like it, then you will receive a refund on your first box. 

The Price

Ollie Dog Food is purchased online only through their website. The pricing varies depending on the size and age of your dog and his or her needs. It also depends on the meals of your order. For example, if you have a fit pup around 4 years old, you may be paying:

15 pounds: $28 – $32 (a week)

55 pounds: $59 – $66 (a week)

95 pounds: $96 – $106 (a week)

Is it Worth It?

Overall, there are a lot of positive things to say about Ollie dog food. However, the company is not without its cons. These are some of the common complaints:

  • Depending on how much food you order, the food packages can take up A LOT of freezer space.
  • The food is frozen and takes time to thaw before your pet can enjoy it.
  • The service can be very pricy, especially if you have a larger dog.

If the above cons are not much of an issue, then Ollie dog food may be right for you. It’s definitely an alternative to consider.

Tim Schmidt

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Tim is a Florida based Entrepreneur and Author. When he's not busy chasing around his 14 year old, he's caring for Snoop and Cookie. This blog is his outlet to help dumb down the often demanding journey of caring for dogs and help others.

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