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Best Dog Food for French Bulldogs

Made with human-grade ingredients to keep your Frenchie healthy and happy.

3 benefits of Ollie for Frenchies

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Easy to digest

High-quality human-grade ingredients are gently cooked for better digestion and nutrient absorption.
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Keeps pups at a healthy weight

We provide the perfect portion to help your pup get to and maintain a healthy weight.
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Provides complete and balanced nutrition

We work with a veterinary nutritionist whose recipes meet or exceed AAFCO standards for nutrition for all life stages.

Breed Type: French bulldog

AKC Grouping:

Non-Sporting Group






Alert & Responsive

Average Weight:

20-28 pounds

Health & Grooming needs: 

Easy to groom

Requires frequent nail trims

Avoid extreme heat

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French Bulldog specific dietary needs:


The companionable French Bulldog can be an athlete or a loafer, making the right protein balance essential to fuel their fun and prevent obesity. French Bulldogs need a moderate amount of high-quality, lean, muscle meats to provide them with energy, strong muscles, and healthy bones, without excess that can lead to weight gain. Ollie uses only human-grade proteins, including lamb, beef, chicken, and turkey, that help French Bulldogs stay lean and feel full after meals.

In addition to the muscle meat from these protein sources, we add organ meat for essential vitamins and minerals like iron and magnesium, as well as non-allergenic plant proteins, including lentils and peas, which are gentle on the French Bulldog’s sensitive digestive tract.

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French Bulldogs may act like big dogs, but they have a small breed’s accelerated metabolism, and require concentrated energy from healthy dietary fats to keep their internal processes humming.  

Ollie includes moderate fat from multiple high-quality sources, including animal proteins, eggs, and cod liver oil, to deliver usable energy and high levels of essential fatty acids—including omega-3—for improved digestive and cardiovascular health, as well as nourishment for the Frenchie’s sensitive skin and coat.

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Ollie delivers quality nutrition in every bite. We even add blueberries and superfoods like chia seeds. Since French bulldogs can be sensitive to grains like wheat and corn, we use rice in some of our recipes because it is generally well-tolerated by pups. 

While there is no official guidance from AAFCO on carbs, we add only the best to fuel your adventures. From leafy greens like spinach and kale to orange powerhouses like pumpkin, carrot, sweet potato, and butternut squash. In addition, our ingredients are great sources of fiber. 

Nutrient-dense recipes with leafy greens, such as spinach and kale, antioxidant-rich blueberries, pumpkin, sweet potato, and butternut squash power your French Bulldog and help them feel full while eating less, reducing their obesity and bloat risk.

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Common Health Problems

French Bulldogs have a hearty appearance, but their health is easily swayed by the foods they eat. These common conditions are influenced by nutrition: 

  • Obesity — Moderate protein and fat from lean animal sources, as well as healthy dietary fiber, can ensure proper nutrition and maintain body weight. Portioned meals regulate calorie intake and improve digestion.

  • Allergies and skin disorders — Diets containing clean ingredients free from preservatives, flavorings, and chemicals, and high in omega-3’s have an anti-inflammatory effect.

  • Food sensitivity — Diets with limited and recognizable non-allergen ingredients reduce inflammation and improve flatulence, loose stools, vomiting, and skin conditions.

Your dog is your best friend, and you want to do everything possible to keep them healthy and happy. Packed with fresh ingredients and high-quality nutrients, an Ollie diet may help your French Bulldog avoid health issues. 

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When you take away the fillers, byproducts, and artificial flavorings, you’re left with good, clean food. We promise to never put anything in your dog’s bowl that we wouldn’t eat ourselves.

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Meat-first recipes

Meat is at the forefront of all of our recipes—but not just any meat —real, high-quality protein sourced from farms in the US, New Zealand, and Australia.



Blueberries and cranberries pack a nutritive punch, providing your pup with vitamins and antioxidants.

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Plant-based protein

Chickpeas, lentils, and peas pick up where meats leave off to offer complete and balanced protein essential to pups.


Leafy greens and root vegetables

From kale to sweet potatoes, veggies are a rich source of dietary fiber for digestive health (good poops!).