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Ollie vs The Farmer’s Dog: Comparing the Best Fresh Dog Food

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Hannah Reyes

I'm a lover of landscapes, adventure, and genuine people. My husband and I recently moved from LA to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada to pursue our dream of mountain-life! I'm a Content Creator with a background in graphic design & marketing.

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Hannah Reyes

Chances are, if you care deeply about your own nutrition, you’ll take an interest in the nutrition of your pets as well. For decades, the kibble and canned wet food industry has remained unchallenged and poorly regulated, often serving concoctions of ingredients that don’t sufficiently meet your dog’s nutritional needs.

 

Recently, however, fresh, nutritionally-balanced dog food has hit the scene, and it is continuing to grow its audience. There are now a variety of fresh dog food delivery services to conveniently serve your furry friends, including two top competitors, Ollie and The Farmer’s Dog.

 

In this article, we compare Ollie and The Farmer’s Dog against regular dog food, investigating the potential health benefits and justifying the price points. If you are already familiar with this space, and just want to compare prices, skip ahead to our comparison chart.

Is there anything wrong with regular dog food?