Let’s talk turkey—your dog is going to gobble up this tasty recipe!
Our new Turkey Dish with Blueberries recipe really lives up to its name: it’s full of nutritious, natural superfoods your pup can get real health benefits from. Plus, there are no potatoes (or peas!) in it so it’s great for dogs who have specific allergies. See why some of the star ingredients in our turkey meals are so awesome for your pup, and then start building their customized meal plan!
Turkey is a great lean source of protein that can help contribute to your pup’s muscle mass. For dogs who are prone to meat allergies, it can also be less allergenic than other sources such as chicken.
This vibrant orange fruit has a sweet flavor dogs love and is packed with antioxidants beta carotene and vitamin A. Butternut squash is low in calories and high in healthy fiber, meaning your chow-hound will feel full and satisfied without over-eating—making it perfect for pets who need to shed some pounds.
These legumes are a rich source of digestible vegetable protein and provide trace nutrients pups need in their diet. They also contain a mixed balance of fiber, which helps maintain normal gastrointestinal health.
Spinach is a superfood for both ends of the leash. Its leafy green goodness provides many impressive benefits including carotenoids for eye health, and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to fight age- or disease-related cell damage—including cancer—and vitamin K for blood, bone, and heart health.
This superfood is rich in medium-chain triglycerides—specifically lauric acid, which has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. Coconut oil is also believed to have positive benefits for pups’ skin and coat.
Packed with antioxidants, B vitamins, and vitamin K, kale is also high in phytonutrients, and has been linked to cancer prevention.
This super-fruit contains a class of compounds known as flavonoids, which have great antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers, and can also help protect your pup’s heart.
Taurine-deficient diets have been linked to dangerous conditions including heart disease and urinary problems. Although your dog can produce this amino acid on their own, dietary supplementation is necessary to ensure adequate levels. Each Ollie recipe is carefully balanced to ensure appropriate taurine content.
We worked with a veterinary nutritionist to develop our delicious beef recipe. Our nutritionist helps us ensure that we use the right ingredients in the right combination to make our food healthy and safe for your pup. Our ingredients are carefully sourced and then prepared and gently cooked in our USDA-certified kitchen. When these meals are ready for your pup to eat, they’re packaged into small packs and frozen to preserve the nutrients and keep them fresh (and safe) for the journey to your pup’s bowl.
Once these packs arrive at your home, you can store them in the refrigerator or freezer. Follow all packaging directions with regard to storing and serving your pup’s meals.
Life with dogs requires compromise—like when they refuse to drop their tennis ball but still want you to throw it—but not when it comes to their food. Like all of our recipes, our Turkey Dish with Blueberries was formulated by a veterinary nutritionist to ensure it suits your pup’s every need in the freshest and most bioavailable way possible, and is made with human-grade, thoughtfully-sourced ingredients.
When it comes to nutrition, we’re always ready to talk turkey. For full recipe details—including nutritional analysis—check out our turkey recipe page. If you’re ready to take flight, take a minute to introduce us to your dog and we’ll help you design a customized meal plan that suits their needs and preferences—without ruffling your budget.
The Ollie blog is devoted to helping pet parents lead healthier lives with their pups. If you want to learn more about our fresh, human-grade food, check out MyOllie.com.
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15 August 2023
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