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8 February 2023

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Ollie Recipe Spotlight: Chicken With Carrots

Learn about our fresh chicken dog food recipe offered at Ollie.

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We may never know if the chicken or the egg came first, but we know this much—your pup will be the first to clean their bowl when you’re serving up our fresh Chicken with Carrots recipe!

This highly-palatable and digestible recipe features a tasty blend of nutritious human-grade ingredients that’ll make your pup feel like one lucky dog.

If that’s enough to crow about, go ahead and build your pup’s customized meal plan—or, keep reading for a detailed peck at our fresh responsibly-sourced ingredients.

Ollie’s fresh chicken human-grade ingredients

Chicken 

Chicken is a lean protein that is ideal for dogs of all shapes and sizes—including those who need to lose or manage their weight. And because it’s gentle on the digestive tract, it’s an excellent choice for dogs with sensitive stomachs. In addition to protein-based perks such supporting muscle mass and bone health, chicken is rich in phosphorus and thyroid-supporting selenium, as well as vitamin B6 and niacin for healthy cellular function.

Chicken livers

Offal is anything but awful. Organ meats are a valuable nutrient source for pets—and chicken liver just might be the king of them all. This tiny organ is packed with essential vitamins and minerals, and an excellent source of bioavailable vitamin A (i.e., retinol), which plays an important role in eye and immune health.

Rice

Rice may look plain, but this ingredient has dynamic nutrient value as a carbohydrate, protein, and fiber source that’s high in vitamin D and iron. Plus, it’s highly digestible which makes it great for sensitive pets.

Carrots

If color is a good indicator for nutrition, these orange root veggies are cream of the crop. Carrots are high in potassium which helps aid nerve electrical function and muscles—including the heart—and vitamin A which helps support eye health.

Peas

Peas are high in fiber for healthy digestion and contain lutein, an antioxidant that protects skin, eye, and heart health. These spherical wonders also contain polyphenols, antioxidants that can help protect against diseases such as cancer. They’re also a great source of vitamins B, C, and K as well as iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc!

Potatoes

Po-tay-to, po-tah-to—however you say it, it’s good for your pup. Cooked potatoes are a great carbohydrate source for dogs. In addition to nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, and Vitamins C, B6, and B3, potatoes are a treasure-trove of immune-boosting disease-fighting antioxidants!

Spinach

This leafy green superfood gives our chicken recipe a boost of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that fortify your pet’s body, blood, and immune system. The inflammation-fighting phytonutrients in spinach help shield your pet’s body from age and disease-related free radical damage.

Cranberries

The cranberry is a popular holiday food that gets a year-round role in this recipe, where it delivers more than two dozen antioxidants to help reduce oxidative stress and inflammation. Most dogs love this immune-boosting high-fiber berry’s tangy flavor, too!

Our process

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.


Stop baw-king about your dog’s nutritional wellness

We normally wouldn’t recommend being “chicken” when it comes to your dog’s nutrition, but our fresh Chicken with Carrots recipe delivers a complete and balanced meal experience that is anything but wimpy. With satisfying lean protein, whole foods, and an expert-crafted blend of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients this fresh human-grade formula is sure to make your dog shake their tail feathers. 

For all the clucking-good details—including a complete ingredient list and nutritional analysis—visit our chicken recipe page. If you’re ready for more, simply introduce us to your pup and start building their customized meal plan right away.


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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