PetPlate Dog Food Delivery Service Review (2018)

PetPlate Dog Food Delivery Service Review (2018)

The PetPlate Dog Food delivery service brings freshly cooked, ready to eat meals right to your dog. These meals are made with human-quality ingredients and specifically formulated for your dog’s needs. Read full review here:

Commercially made fresh dog food offers the health benefits of a homemade diet with the convenience of store bought food. PetPlate Dog Food takes it one step further with their delivery service. They deliver freshly cooked dog food right to your door.

“PetPlate Dog Food has no artificial ingredients, rendered meats, by-products, bone meal or harmful preservatives. These food recipes are made in the USA in a USDA certified human-grade facility. They also meet the AAFCO nutrient profiles for all life stages including the growth of large breed pups that will weigh more than 70 pounds as adults.”


  1. Todd D on December 23, 2019 at 9:39 am

    What’s the deal with the bowls?

  2. j p on December 23, 2019 at 9:46 am

    Pet plate is amazing it is the only things my dogs still eat haha! I would try it for yourself. I don’t have any issue with the dogs eating which is a life saver. Also the people at pet plate are super nice and there are always discounts thrown your way! (I do not work for them nor receive any money for this).

  3. Future's Past on December 23, 2019 at 9:47 am

    The food looks fresh. Thanks for your video. I looked at PetPlate’s website and was going to buy the food tonight. However, when I looked at the guaranteed analysis for the protein, all 4 flavor’s protein percentages were extremely low (under 10%). That made me wonder if there was enough meat in there. Then the water (moisture) content was sky high. Even if the first ingredient is meat, it is mostly made up of moisture/water so this food would most likely only work good as a topper and you would need to supplement the diet with kibble for extra protein/meat which I don’t like doing.

    It seems to be really expensive for such a low protein food. I understand a vet overseas this stuff, but it doesn’t make me confident as vets receive no nutritional training in vet school. Purina and Hill’s actually tell them what dogs should eat. I wonder what the vet that is overseeing this formula thinks about the low protein levels in this food.

    I wanted to try it out but it seems to be lacking protein and fat. I’m on the fence about this food. I guess for now I will just feed my guys organic freeze dried raw food because the protein is much higher and it is more cost effective. Are your dog’s still eating it and are they thriving?

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