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Puppy Food

Keep your puppy feeling great with wholesome, grain-free, and non-GMO food. We’re pumped over our protein-rich and probiotic-filled puppy food, and we bet our sweatbands that your puppy will be, too!

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Nice Jerky! - Chicken + Duck

Nice Jerky! - Chicken + Duck

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Fresh All Rover Breath Bones package with dog treats and a silhouette of a dog on a white sign.

Fresh All Rover - Breath Bones, Small

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Nice Jerky! - Chicken + Salmon

Nice Jerky! - Chicken + Salmon

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Hip Hoppin' Hearties dog treats with glucosamine, green tea extract, and turmeric for healthy joints and inflammation support.

Hip Hoppin' Hearties

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Puppy Food

Keep your puppy feeling great with wholesome, grain-free, and non-GMO food. We’re pumped over our protein-rich and probiotic-filled puppy food, and we bet our sweatbands that your puppy will be, too!

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Why Feed Your Puppy Grain-Free Puppy Food

One of the most important parts of a new puppy checklist is tracking down nutritious food. Start your puppy off on the right paw with specifically formulated puppy food that strengthens development and their immune system.

Types of Puppy Food

There are two main types of puppy food you can purchase for your furbaby: Dry or wet puppy food.

Dry Puppy Food & Puppy Kibble

Dry puppy food is not only economical, but it's also easy to store and stays fresh for a long time. Plus, it's great for your pup's oral health — fur real, the friction from the kibble helps keep your puppy's gums and teeth healthy!

Wet Puppy Food & Canned Puppy Food

Wet puppy food typically costs more than dry kibble, but many cuddly canines will find it quite tasty in addition to being hydrating and easy to chew. Our wet canned dog foods are made with wheat and gluten-free whole ingredients that your doggo will love!

What Is the Best Food for Puppies?

Should you feed your puppy wet or dry food? Many dog parents will mix things up with a combination of wet and dry food to give pups a balanced diet. No matter what you give your furry friend, add water to help them chew and digest their meals! To estimate how much food your puppy needs, reference our puppy feeding chart.

Can Puppies Eat Adult Dog Food?

During their first few years of life, puppies will have different nutritional needs than adult dogs, so feeding them food geared specifically towards puppies will pawsitively help them grow healthy and strong. How long you should give your dog puppy food depends on their needs and growth timeline — most dogs wean off puppy food between 12 to 15 months of age.