Ollie Dog Food Reviews

Published on June 22, 2020
Last modified on June 9, 2021

For our Ollie Dog Food reviews we received a sample and were compensated for the video.  This post contains affiliate links and we may be compensated if you make a purchase.  All opinions are our own.


By Alison Chew

Ollie Dog Food

Ollie is a fresh dog food delivery service that brings a custom meal plan to your furry friend based on their unique profile.  Profile questions are simple, and include your dog’s weight, age, breed, activity level, and allergies, and are used to determine the correct portion based on calories needed per day.  Your fresh dog food is made from whole foods, free of fillers and additives, and is minimally processed to preserve nutrients.  Ollie dog food is delivered frozen and is stored in the freezer and then in the fridge 1-2 days prior to serving.  Read on for our full Ollie review and watch the video to see if our girl Daisy picked Ollie over her kibble in our taste test!

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Ollie Dog Food Reviews

We’ve reviewed several fresh dog food companies and, to be honest, our dog liked them all.  She’s not very picky (she’ll eat sticks and acorns if she could!).  So for these Ollie dog food reviews, like the others, we looked at how excited she was for mealtime, if her behavior changed during the trial period, and how her stool changed (our girl has a sensitive stomach).  You can see Daisy’s honest reaction to Ollie dog food in the video compilation below.  The taste-test was amazing!

Ollie Fresh Dog Food Unboxing, Taste Test and Review

Because Daisy will eat anything, she was excited to try out Olli dog food, and you can see from our little taste-test that she picked Ollie over her normal kibble.  She, of course, ate her kibble AFTER her Ollie because she is a dog after all, haha.  We noticed that after the first meal she started to beg for meals earlier and earlier each day.  This is a bit annoying, but I take it as a sign that she likes her new food!  In addition, we noticed that she would go over and lick her food bowl periodically throughout the day to get every last bit of Ollie.  Another good sign!  And, the best sign of a happy dog (or dog owner that has to pick up poop), is that almost immediately we noticed a difference in Daisy’s stool, for the better.  It was more firm and smaller which are both good things for me and my girl.

Ollie Dog Food Reviews: Bottom Line

Overall, we love Ollie fresh dog food and clearly our Daisy loves it too!  We could see her excitement for mealtime increase as well as the quality of her stool over the course of our 2-week trial.  The one drawback to owning a large dog is the cost of food, among other things, and unfortunately, feeding our girl 100% Ollie is out of our budget.  We like that Ollie offers the option to purchase smaller portions in order to save money while still giving your pet high-quality fresh food.  Give Ollie a try now and save 50% Off your first order!


How Much Does Ollie Dog Food Cost?

The cost of your Ollie dog food will vary depending on your dog’s profile (weight, age, activity level, breed, and allergies), the recipe you choose, and the portion size.  We found that for a 3-year-old dog weighing 25lb eating 100% Ollie beef recipe the cost per meal is $2.50 (assuming 2 meals per day), $3.29 for a 50lb dog, and $5 for a 100lb dog.

  • 100 lb, active, spayed female, 9 years old, beef recipe
    • $70 per week at 100% Ollie
    • $50 per week at 50% Ollie
    • $31 per week at 25% Ollie
  • 50 lb, active, spayed  female, 3 years old, beef recipe
    • $46 per week at 100% Ollie
    • $29 per week at 50% Ollie
    • $18 per week at 25% Ollie
  • 25 lb, active, spayed  female, 3 years old, beef recipe
    • $35 per week at 100% Ollie
    • $22 per week for 25%


You can choose between 25%, 50%, or 100% Ollie portion.  For example, you could select 50% Ollie and feed your dog 50% current dog food and 50% Ollie.

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Ollie Dog Food Recipes

Ollie’s fresh dog food is human-grade, though we didn’t try it ourselves, and does not include artificial flavors or fillers like soy, corn or wheat.  They offer 4 recipes to choose from including beef, chicken, turkey, and lamb.  See the ingredient list below for each.

  • Beef Recipe
    • Ingredients: Beef, beef heart, sweet potato, peas, potato, beef kidney, carrot, beef liver, spinach, chia seed, dicalcium phosphate, blueberries, fish oil, iodized salt, zinc gluconate, rosemary, vitamin E supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), riboflavin (vitamin B2), potassium iodide
  • Chicken Recipe
    • Ingredients: 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)
  • Turkey Recipe
    • Ingredients: 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, thiamine hydrochloride, potassium iodate
  • Lamb Recipe
    • Ingredients: 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




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