Feeding Guide

Make yum time easy with this helpful, free guide! Find out how much to feed your pup based on their breed and weight.

Keep it Fresh

  • · Storage all the bags that you are not going to serve right away in the freezer for up to 3 months
  • · Move bags to fridge to thaw as needed
  • · Finish each bag within 5 days of opening

Don't leave your pup's food out more than 2 hour

The Transition

Slowly transition from the current food you are giving your pup to our fresh recipes

Grab a soup spoon and add a little bit to your pup’s current food. After that, you can progressively increase the amount you add by following this recommendation:

  • · Day 1 and 2: soup-sized spoon
  • · Day 3 and 4: 25% of our recipe
  • · Day 5 and 6: 50% of our recipe
  • · Day 7 and 8: 75% of our recipe
  • · Day 9 and 10: 100% of our recipe

Time to Serve

All recipes arrive fully cooked and ready to serve

Serve the food straight from the fridge or heat it in the microwave for 10 to 30 seconds, depending on the amount served

Refer to these suggested serving amounts

  • Toy Breeds (3-6 pounds):

    ⅓ cup to ½ cup per day

  • Small Breeds (10-20 pounds):

    ¾ cup to 1 ½ cups per day

  • Medium Breeds (30-50 pounds):

    1 ¾ to 2 ⅔ cups per day

  • Large Breeds: (60-100 pounds):

    3 to 4 ½ cups per day

  • If you feed your pup more than once per day, divide the suggested amount by the number of feeding times

  • Don’t leave the food out for more than 2 hours