• Ollie is a fresh dog food delivery service that provides customized pre-portioned freshly-cooked dog food.

  • They offer several vet-designed recipes featuring USA-sourced chicken, lamb, beef, or turkey.

  • Many owners find that switching to Ollie’s fresh food results in shinier coats, fewer allergies, more energy, and better overall health for their dogs.

  • Special discount – get 50% off your first box of Ollie!


What is Ollie & What is “Fresh” Dog Food?

Ollie is a brand of fresh dog food brand that provides direct delivery food on a subscription basis.

Ollie’s recipes are designed to focus on quality and freshness, with minimally-processed foods containing large amounts of real animal protein and organ meats, along with fruits, veggies, and added superfoods to benefit canine health.

The belief is that fresh foods can provide more nutrients to dogs than ultra-processed dry kibble. It’s hard to say for sure whether fresh dog food is inherently “better”, but it does seem that many dogs that have previously suffered some stomach issues or allergies do much better on a fresh diet like Ollie.


How your subscription works?

Tell them about your pup.

Take the quick quiz and Ollie will create a customized, subscription meal plan designed just for your pup.

Get your starter box

Ollie will send you two weeks of freshly cooked food that’ll put your pup on the path towards real, meaningful health benefits.

Receive regular, reliable deliveries

After your starter box, you’ll receive regularly scheduled deliveries of fresh food right to your door—no more last-minute trips to the store. Easily change or pause your deliveries at any time.

Ollie's Recipes and Ingredients

Real meat is the number one ingredient, followed by organ meat.

Having the #1 and #2 ingredients as whole meats and organ meats results in a protein-packed composition, with recipes ranging from 35% – 44% protein (with a dry matter analysis).

Recipes include tons of veggies, with kale, carrots, pumpkin, spinach, peas, squash, and others.

All recipes are designed by veterinarians.

No fillers like soy, corn, or wheat.

No artificial flavors, preservatives, or by-products.

Recipes are minimally processed and human-grade – you could eat it, if you wanted to!

For those who are nervous about the FDA’s alert of a undetermined correlation between grain-free dog food and DCM, Ollie also has a grain-inclusive recipe; their chicken recipe contains a healthy dose of rice, in addition to carrots, chia seeds, spinach, potatoes, and other tasty ingredients.


Beef, peas, sweet potato, potato, carrot, beef kidney, beef liver, spinach, blueberries, dicalcium phosphate, chia seeds, iodized salt, fish oil, zinc gluconate, rosemary, vitamin E supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), riboflavin (vitamin B2), potassium iodide


Chicken, carrots, peas, rice, chicken liver, potatoes, spinach, dicalcium phosphate, whole dried eggs, fish oil, blueberries, chia seeds, calcium carbonate, iodized salt, cod liver oil, zinc gluconate, rosemary, copper gluconate, choline bitartrate, vitamin E supplement, manganese gluconate, potassium iodide, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), riboflavin (vitamin B2)

Turkey breast, kale, lentils, carrots, coconut oil, turkey liver, blueberries, pumpkin, dicalcium phosphate, chia seeds, iodized salt, calcium carbonate, cod liver oil, zinc gluconate, iron sulfate, choline bitartrate, manganese gluconate, manganese sulfate, copper gluconate, vitamin E supplement, thiamin, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), potassium iodate

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, calcium pantothenate (vitamin B5), potassium iodate, manganese gluconate, thiamine hydrochloride, folic acid