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

3 Benefits of Ollie for Goldendoodles

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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: Mixed

AKC Grouping:






Friendly & Engaged

Average Weight:

50-90 pounds

Health & Grooming needs: 

Daily brushing

Regular grooming

Generally healthy

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Goldendoodle Specific Dietary Needs


Goldendoodles love to spend time running and playing with their humans. To keep them at a healthy weight it is important to give them enough protein. The right amount of protein will also provide good energy so they can play longer and love harder! 

Ollie’s recipes are filled with quality protein sources including gently cooked human-grade chicken, turkey, beef, and lamb that are ideal for Goldendoodles. In addition to the muscle meat from these protein sources, we also use organ meat as a source of high-quality protein. Our meals are made with nutrient-dense organs including the kidney and liver to add essential vitamins and minerals like iron, and magnesium.

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While pet parents don’t want their pups to gain too much weight, dietary fat is important to help your pup feel full, satisfied, and full of energy. That is why we blend the optimal amount of dietary fat into each of our recipes. We also ensure that our recipes contain great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids including cod liver oil. These fat sources will help active Goldendoodles feel full and maintain a healthy weight, skin, and coat.

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Ollie delivers quality nutrition in every bite. While there is no official guidance from AAFCO on carbohydrate content, we add only the best to fuel your adventures. Your intelligent and spirited Goldendoodle can count on our recipes to help them feel full and energized. 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. A diet rich in fiber helps your Goldendoodle feel full after meals and keeps the digestive system running smoothly. When feeding Ollie, you might notice your pup is having better, less frequent poops.

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"Best rigorously tested dog food."

Pet's Life Today logo

“Most customizable dog food delivery service.”

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“Best overall fresh dog food.”

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“Most convenient packaging.”

Real dog food with nothing to hide

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.

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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.

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Leafy greens and root vegetables

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