Myollie.com is a subscription dog food delivery service that stresses the importance of providing real, quality food to your pup every meal time. The company’s biggest draw, however, is the state of the art algorithm that helps pet parents to get unique, personalized formulas that meet their dogs natural needs.
This is particularly helpful when switching from dry dog food kibble, as it can be tough to know how much fresh food you should give your dog. Ollie tells you exactly how many calories your dog should eat and will ship you perfectly portioned meals.
Ollie’s Quality And Ingredients
Ollie really prides itself on making use of high quality ingredients and believes that proper nutrition is the key to a long life for our pets. In order to help guarantee that your dog gets the nutrition he or she needs, the folks over at Ollie calculate a number of factors based on your pup’s breed and weight, among other things, and then sets up a customized set of feeding guidelines to match your dogs nutritional demands perfectly.
In order to help guarantee that every package of food ordered from Ollie’s is ideally suited for your pet, the company employs a number of canine nutritionists who oversee every step of the process. Those nutritionists have also helped to develop new and unique cooking methods that help to lock in nutrients but still preserve the tastes that your pets love, making sure that not only will your pet be healthy, but he will also be happy every time he sees his Ollie box arrive.
How To Get Started
Ollie doesn’t currently offer any kinds of samples, but they do give curious pet parents 50% off on their first delivery. For those that do decide to take that step and order a box, the signing up process begins with a series of questions that allow the company to get the best feel for what your pet needs. Everything from dog breed to whether or not your four-legged friend has been spayed or neutered is taken into account before users select what kinds of food their pet is currently eating (dry, wet, raw, home cooked, etc).
From there, the sites goes on to ask what your pet’s favorite protein is and then checks for any allergies. Once this is all entered into the system, the website then calculates a meal plan and gives the user a recommendation, as well as a series of other options to choose from based on what they think would be the best fit for their pet. You can also select how often you would like the food to be delivered, with three different options available (All Ollie, with 28 meals every two weeks, Mostly Ollie, with 21 meals every 2 weeks, or Some Ollie, with 28 meals every 4 weeks). As an added bonus, the company offers free shipping as well, a tipping point which just might lure in some pet parents offset by the high prices associated with many other delivery services.
Finally, after setting everything in motion, the prepackaged meals come ready to eat right to your door. And as one final perk, the company also provides users with a resealable tray lid and a custom serving scoop, to help guarantee that the right amount of food goes into your pets bowl every time.
While we’re suckers for awesome company branding (and Ollie did an amazingly creative job in this aspect), what we (obviously) care about most is the quality of food. What screams high quality dog food more than human grade ingredients? Ollie makes our list of best dog food.