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A healthy pup is a happy pup.

From seasonal itchy skin to common joint issues associated with your pups breed – some wellness goals can be supported with nutrition. Take our short quiz and we'll develop a custom recipe to help meet your pup's goals.

A healthy pup is a happy pup.

From seasonal itchy skin to common joint issues associated with your pups breed – some wellness goals can be supported with nutrition. Take our short quiz and we'll develop a custom recipe around any wellness goals and breed considerations you share.

A unique bag that says it all.

Your pup's personalized Nutrition Plan will contain ingredients chosen specifically to help address your chosen wellness goals.

You’ll even see your prioritized goals printed right on your pup’s personalized bag.

Plus, their adorable mug will adorn every bag. Let's hope the new-found fame doesn't go to their head!

DID YOU KNOW? Table scraps can give your pup gas.

You pick the wellness goals for your pup.

When you take our short quiz, we'll ask you to rank your wellness goals. Your answers will play an important part helping us develop your pup's custom plan.

WEIGHT
LOSS
 

CLEAN TEETH &
FRESH BREATH

GROW UP BIG
& STRONG

WEIGHT
LOSS
 

CLEAN TEETH & FRESH BREATH

GROW UP BIG & STRONG

HEALTHY
JOINTS

SOLID POOPS & GAS REDUCTION 

SHINY COAT &
HEALTHY SKIN
 


Download your free,
customized plan.

Take our quiz, and we'll develop a customized, downloadable Nutrition Plan answering questions like "do I calculate treats into their daily diet?" and "what should be in Rae's food so she grows up big and strong?"

Don't know where to start with wellness goals?

Golden Retrievers suffer from joint issues like hip dysplasia as they age – but they aren’t the only ones with common health issues. We're here to help! We look at 19 breed considerations – across 6 categories – for our 240 dog breeds so you know what to keep an eye out for as your pup ages.

JOINT ISSUES Golden Retrievers often suffer from hip dysplasia and arthritis. Feeding a diet with glucosamine, chondroitin and omega-3 fatty acids helps promote strong bones and joints.

DENTAL ISSUES Small breeds like Chinese Crested’s have delicate jaws, making dental health important. A small, crunchy kibble helps manage tartar and plaque while promoting oral health.

SKIN & COAT ISSUES Chihuahuas often suffer from environmental allergies, like pollens, molds, dust mites and dander. A diet with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids can promote skin health.

DIGESTIVE ISSUES A Poodle’s deep chest make them at risk for gastric torsion. Feeding a diet with natural fiber in small portions throughout the day helps promote a healthy GI tract.

HEART ISSUES Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are often at risk for several cardiac conditions, so a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids helps maintain a healthy heart.

WEIGHT ISSUES Pembroke Welsh Corgis have a long back, and managing weight is critical to their spinal health. Feeding a diet with the right amount of calories is important.


Download your free,
customized plan.

Take our quiz, and we'll develop a customized, downloadable Nutrition Plan answering questions like "do I calculate treats into their daily diet?" and "what should be in Rae's food so she grows up big and strong?"

Common dog health issues to look out for.

As with humans, health problems for pups are part of everyday life. It’s important to learn about common health issues so you can be better prepared.

EAR INFECTIONS

EAR INFECTIONS Breeds with long floppy ears like Dachshund’s or long hair in their ears like Poodles are more prone to ear infections. Allergies, hormonal issues, bacterial infections and autoimmune diseases can also cause ear infections in pups.

DENTAL HEALTH

DENTAL HEALTH Dogs with poor oral health can develop bad breath, periodontal disease and gingivitis. Brush your pup’s teeth once a day and feed your dog high quality dog food that will help scrub your pup’s teeth as they chew.

TUMMY TROUBLE

TUMMY TROUBLE Diarrhea and vomiting is common for pups and can be caused by a large variety of things such as sensitivity or intolerance to a certain food – or maybe they just guzzled a bunch of pond water on your hike (yum!).

OBESITY

OBESITY It’s estimated that 56% of dogs are overweight and only 20% of pet parents measure out their pup’s food before giving it to them. Obesity can cause a wide range of health issues that can have dire consequences for our beloved pets.

HIP + JOINT STIFFNESS

HIP & JOINT STIFFNESS Hip dysplasia is commonly found in large breeds like German Shepherds and Great Danes – but can affect small breeds as well. A diet made to strengthen bones and improve joint development (along with regular exercise) is key.

ARTHRITIS

ARTHRITIS It may take your pup longer to get up or they're no longer as active as they once were. Low to moderate exercise, weight management and anti-arthritic medicine can help manage arthritis in older pups.

Ready to get started?

Answer a few questions about your pup and we'll develop their custom tailored Nutrition Plan.

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