Sunday, October 23, 2016

Black and White Sunday

Nikon D3300
35mm lens
ISO 800

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Friday, October 21, 2016

Spoil Your Dog With Ollie!

Hey, everyone!

Disclaimer: I received a product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. 

Nola is very excited today, since we're reviewing Ollie dog food. What is Ollie, you ask? Ollie is a revolutionary way of feeding your pet. Comprised of real, healthy ingredients that are completely fresh, Ollie is the easiest way to feed your dog a real food diet. It's human grade, all natural, grain free, and contains no artificial flavors or preservatives.

They offer two flavors: beef and chicken. The beef contains no chicken, so it'd be good for a pup with a chicken intolerance. As the company grows, I'd love to see more protein varieties offered, both for allergy dogs and those that like to switch things up a bit.

Ollie gently cooks their food over low temperatures, preserving as many nutrients as possible. They customize the meal to your dog's specifications (such as age, gender, activity level, ect), and even send along a scoop and directions that tell you exactly how much to feed. It really couldn't be easier!

Nola absolutely loves this food. She can be weird on the amount she needs to eat to keep an at ideal weight, so she's eating 1/3 cup once a day. She prefers it warm, so I add a little water as well. She's so excited for meal time! No upset stomach, normal poop, and gorgeous coat. Same old, same old - which means it's a topnotch food. ;)

I love the lid that comes with it! SO handy!

For a small dog, it's also quite budget friendly. There's a good amount that's delivered on dry ice, and I tossed most of it in the freezer to keep it fresh as possible. So far I've defrosted one tray, and it handled that perfectly.

Nola eats everything: kibble, raw, wet, freeze dried raw, fresh raw, and now cooked. I can say with certainty that this is something I'll be adding to her rotation on a permanent basis!

- Dachshund Mommy