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We all know how hard it can be to stick to a balanced, healthy diet. Choosing the right foods (and avoiding the wrong ones) takes time, effort, and even some financial investment. Yet, most of us try our best to eat healthy, because we know what the alternative looks and feels like. Junk food is satisfying to our taste buds and easy on our wallets, but it comes at a price. In the short term, we might feel sluggish or nauseated. In the long term, we risk chronic illnesses like diabetes and cancer.
That extra effort tends to pay off. So, why aren’t we making the same effort on behalf of our dogs?
When dogs eat junk food, they experience many of the same symptoms as humans. A bad diet can leave your beloved pet dealing with everything from bad breath and gastrointestinal distress to kidney problems and cancer. Even worse, they can’t do anything about it. It’s up to us, the dog lovers, to help our friends make smarter choices and enjoy a happier, healthier life.
Ollie can help. They know what dogs need to thrive. Better yet, they’ve already addressed your complaints about shopping for dog food.
There Are Too Many Options!
Pet food aisles are packed with cheap and premium options alike. Selecting the right dog food can feel like a game of chance. Pick the wrong one and you’ve not only wasted money, but let your dog go hungry.
Ollie knows that factory-perfected formulas don’t appeal to every dog, let alone provide the nutrients dogs need. That’s why they ask every Ollie customer to describe their dog before making selections. You provide your dog’s breed, age, weight, and activity level and they suggest a custom-built meal plan designed to serve your dog’s unique needs. They even take allergies and other restrictions into account.
I Can’t Make Sense of These Ingredients!
Reading a can of dog food is a little like trying to learn a new language. Sure, you’ll find familiar ingredients like meats and vegetables, but you’ll also find strange acronyms and unpronounceable words. More often than not, these are preservatives and other artificial additives. While butylated hydroxyanisole and butylated hydroxytoluene might help a dog food manufacturer keep a product fresh, they’re not doing your dog any good.
Ollie knows that preservatives do the opposite of preserving your dog’s health. Every ingredient that goes into their food is naturally derived and minimally processed. With the help of nutritionists and veterinarians, they’ve developed human-grade recipes full of not-so-secret ingredients. These vegetables, meats, and complex grains are then cooked slowly to preserve their valuable vitamins and minerals. The whole process results in food that you and your dog will both love.
The Pet Store Is Closed!
Buying dog food is never fun. Whether you’re lugging around heavy bags or stacking dozens of cans, it’s often as physically demanding as it is financially taxing. With COVID-19 spreading around the nation, it’s gone from unpleasant to impossible for most dog lovers. Many essential businesses sell pet food and supplies, but there’s no guarantee their shelves will remain stocked.
In these uncertain times, Ollie gives you and your dog peace of mind. Their direct-to-consumer model means no crowds, no empty aisles, and no waiting in line. No matter what comes next, your dog will enjoy nutritious, delicious meals every day.
Once you’ve introduced them to your dog, you select the meal subscription model that suits your pet and budget. Instead of heading out to the pet store to buy whatever they’ve got left, you’ll get nutritious, delicious meals delivered right to your doorstep. From there, it’s simple. Ollie provides easy serving instructions to ensure you’ve got what it takes to prepare a healthy meal. Best of all, Ollie is flexible. If your circumstances change, you can update your meal plan any time — penalty-free.
Choosing Ollie not only means a better diet and quality of life for your dog. Today, it means more time for you to spend with your family, away from unsanitary public spaces and understocked grocery stores. Learn more about Ollie today and take dog food stress off your plate this week.
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