Human-Grade Dog Food For Your Pooch

Made by hand in small batches for dogs of Hawaii. Customize your own dog food.

See the difference in your dog’s health in just two weeks of our home-cooked meals

We understand that life can get very busy. And we know you want to give your dog the best meal you possibly can. We can help.

Extend your best friend’s years with high-quality meals made fresh locally. Delicious, wholesome meals, because your pooch deserves it.

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Customize Your Dog’s Experience

We make fresh batches of custom human-grade dog food and deliver them right to your door for your convenience. Choose from Chicken, Turkey, Beef, or Fish options.

Healthy meals for dogs prepared fresh then frozen to maintain nutritional integrity.

Delivered frozen, simply thaw and serve.

Recommended Daily Feeding Guide

Dog’s WeightPuppy Up to 4 MonthsPuppy 4-12 MonthsAdults Dogs
10 lbs19 oz13 oz 8 oz
20 lbs32 oz22 oz13 oz
30 lbs44 oz29 oz18 oz
40 lbs54 oz36 oz23 oz
50 lbs64 oz43 oz27 oz
60 lbs74 oz49 oz31 oz
70 lbs83 oz55 oz34 oz
80 lbs91 oz61 oz38 oz
90 lbs100 oz67 oz42 oz
100 lbs108 oz72 oz45 oz
* For dogs over 100 lbs, add 3 oz of food for every additional 10 pounds.

Good Ingredients Make Good Dog Food


Chicken builds lean muscle mass in dogs and delivers Omega 6 fatty acids that help sustain healthy skin and shiny coats. It’s also a great source of essential amino acids and glucosamine, which helps promote bone health.


Like chicken, turkey is a lean, white meat that helps dogs build muscle. It is also a highly digestible protein source for dogs. In addition, turkey-based pet foods may provide an alternative option for dogs with food sensitivities or food allergies to beef or chicken-based recipes.


High in protein, iron, zinc, selenium and vitamins B12, B3 and B6.

Iron is a mineral that is required by your dog’s body to perform important functions like carrying oxygen in the hemoglobin of red blood cells throughout the body so her cells can produce energy. Iron is also necessary for certain enzymes in the body to function normally.

Zinc is an important part of your dog’s diet and contributes to them having healthy skin and fur, good thyroid function, and a healthy immune system

Selenium (Se) is an essential trace element in dogs. It is involved in many aspects of canine physiology, such as anti-oxidant protection, thyroid hormone metabolism, and immune function.

Vitamin B12 (also known as cobalamin) is important for many aspects of your dog’s health. It’s crucial for healthy nervous system and brain function, as well as for the formation and growth of blood cells. It’s also involved in intestinal health, so your dog needs B12 to maintain healthy digestion.

Vitamin B3 is a nutritional supplement and immunomodulator used in conjunction with other medications to treat inflammatory skin conditions in dogs, such as lupoid or pemphigoid conditions.

Vitamin B6 is especially vital. This vitamin is responsible for glucose generation, red blood cell and nervous system function, hormone regulation, immune response, niacin synthesis, and gene activation. Pantothenic acid helps with energy metabolism


Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which support the immune system, may decrease inflammation, and can keep your dog’s coat looking shiny and healthy. It’s also a good protein source. In fact, salmon is a common ingredient in high-quality dog foods.


Tilapia is a great source of protein and contains Omega 3 fatty acids, which have anti-inflammatory properties and provide benefits for a dog’s cardiovascular system, brain, joints, skin, and fur. Tilapia also contains phosphorus, vitamin D, folate, and potassium.


Eggs are packed with protein and rich in many essential amino and fatty acids, vitamins including A and B12, as well as folate, iron, selenium, and riboflavin, which can all provide an array of health benefits for canines, ranging from improved skin and coat health to stronger teeth and bones.

Chicken Gizzards

Gizzard is rich in cartilage, zinc, vitamin B12 and iron. It’s also a natural source of glucosamine, which helps support joint health.


A serving of liver contains 10 to 100 times the nutrients found in a serving of muscle meat. One of the most nutrient-rich organs available, it’s loaded with protein, iron, B vitamins, vitamin A, CoQ10 and essential fatty acids, so tell your pup to eat up! The CoQ10 found in liver is twofold in important uses!


Hearts are excellent sources of B vitamins, iron, and essential fatty acids, keeping your dog’s coat silky smooth for cuddle time! It also contains phosphorus, which helps build and strengthen your dog’s skeletal system.


White Rice

White rice, on the other hand, is more easily chewable and digestible, it cooks faster, is more cost-effective, and it is better for dogs suffering from an upset stomach or diarrhea than brown rice. White rice does have a higher glycemic index than brown rice, though, so white rice may cause your dog’s blood sugar levels to rise and fall more than brown rice.

Brown Rice

Brown rice, specifically, is a great source of easily digestible carbohydrates as well as beneficial minerals and B vitamins. Brown rice is more nutritionally dense than white rice due to how it is processed. It is higher in protein, higher in fiber, and lower in starch than white rice. Additionally, because brown rice isn’t as processed as white rice, it holds on to vitamins and minerals more than white rice. The high fiber content of brown rice can help aid with constipation.


Pasta has a few small health benefits in dogs. It’s a carbohydrate, so it provides glucose, which is essential for giving the brain and muscles the energy they need. Whole grain pasta is an easy way to get complex carbohydrates that slowly release energy so there isn’t a quick energy surge followed by an inevitable crash. They’re low in sodium and free from cholesterol while providing several essential nutrients like iron and B-vitamins. Whole wheat pasta provides up to 25 percent of the daily fiber requirement in a one cup serving to help regulate digestion and improve the consistency of the stool.


It is a great source of antioxidants such as flavonoids, quercetin, and kaempferol. Quinoa also contains B-vitamins such as riboflavin and folate and minerals such as magnesium and iron. This makes it a good ingredient to include in dog food.



Beets provide dogs with Vitamin C, fiber, manganese, folate, and potassium. These micronutrients can work wonders for your dog’s immune system and digestion, and they also give your dog a healthy coat and skin.


Dogs can benefit from the nutrients in broccoli, including vitamin K, calcium, and potassium. Vitamin K promotes strong bones and higher bone density, and in combination with broccoli’s many nutrients, it can be a real boost for growing dogs.

Brussel Sprouts

Brussel sprouts are rich in fiber and antioxidants, which help reduce inflammation in the body and improve overall blood circulation. They’re also loaded with vitamins, including vitamins K and C, which are good for a dog’s immune system and bone health.

Butternut Squash

Butternut squash, like many other vegetables, is healthy for your dog. In particular, it’s rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. These vitamins and minerals support the health of your dog’s vision, immune system, colon, muscles, and more.


Carrots are an excellent low-calorie snack that is high in fiber and beta-carotene, which produces vitamin A.


Green cabbage is safe for your dog to eat and is a healthy source of fiber as well as vitamins K and C. These vitamins help fight disease as well as support your dog’s digestion and immune system.


Cauliflower is healthy for your dog to eat and is a good source of fiber, vitamins K, vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and folate. These vitamins support the health of your dog’s vision, blood, liver, muscles, immune system, and more. Fiber is good for your dog’s colon health, weight issues, and bowel issues.


Celery is very low in fat and cholesterol and is an excellent source of fiber; vitamins A, C, and K; folate; potassium; and manganese. The crunchy veggie also might freshen up your dog’s breath, which is all the incentive some dog owners need.


Cucumbers are an excellent, healthy treat for dogs. They are especially good for dogs that need to lose weight, as their low-calorie content offers some rewards without the rolls. Cucumbers also have high water content.

Green Beans

Green beans are loaded with essential vitamins and minerals. These include iron, calcium, vitamin B6, C, K, and A. They will even supply your dog with a healthy dose of fiber. The iron will promote healthy production of red blood cells and the calcium must be absorbed from your dog’s diet.


Leafy greens like kale are also high in calcium, magnesium, potassium, and iron, which support healthy bones, and a healthy heart. As it’s vitamin-packed, feeding your dog kale can support vision and colon health, liver detoxification, and fight off infections.


Pumpkin contains vitamins like A, C, and E, as well as minerals like iron and potassium. Feeding plain canned pumpkins gives a great boost to your dog’s nutrition. Great for digestion. Due to its high soluble fiber content, pumpkin is very good for your dog’s digestion.

Russet Potatoes

Potatoes add a helpful punch of nutrients. They provide vitamins (B3, B6, C, etc.), minerals (manganese, phosphorus, etc.), antioxidants (carotenoids, flavonoids, etc.) as well as potassium, iron, copper, and fiber. Significant quantities of molybdenum, chromium, and selenium can also be found just beneath the potato’s skin.


Spinach contains large amounts of vitamins A, B, C, and K. It also contains iron, antioxidants, beta-carotene, and roughage, which stimulate the digestive tract.

Sweet Potatoes

According to PETMD, sweet potatoes are one of the best dietary sources of vitamin A, which promotes healthy skin, coat, eyes, nerves, and muscles in dogs. Sweet potatoes are also a rich source of vitamins A, C,  B6, potassium, calcium, and iron, just to name a few!



Apples are an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, calcium, and phosphorus, and they’re a safe way to satisfy your pet’s sweet tooth (as opposed to chocolate and other doggy diet no-nos). The fruit is also relatively low in calories, and many dogs love the taste.


Blueberries are a great low-calorie treat for dogs. They also contain antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins C and K. These nutrients support the immune system and contribute to overall health. Adding blueberries to your dog’s diet is a great way to help keep him happy and healthy.


Cranberries can improve your dog’s bladder health, reduce tartar and plaque buildup, fight bacteria, and help prevent cancer, among other benefits. You can feed raw, cooked, or dried cranberries to your dog in moderation.


Black Beans

Black beans are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and manganese. They’re also loaded with protein and fiber, which help to burn fat, regulate your pet’s blood sugar, and strengthen her immune system.

Butter Beans aka Lima Beans

Lima beans—also called butter beans—are a great source of fat-free, plant-based protein to enhance your dog’s diet. They’re also rich in fiber, which helps keep blood sugar levels from rising too quickly after eating. This is especially beneficial for dogs with diabetes.


Chickpeas help regulate blood sugar, support eye health (thanks to Vitamin A), and the immune system (hat tip to Vitamins B and C). Chock full of fiber, they can also aid in doggy digestion, however too much can lead to excess gas.

Kidney Beans

Kidney beans contain antioxidants that help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and ward off disease.

Pinto Beans

Pinto beans are a great source of plant-based protein and cholesterol-lowering fiber, which helps your dog feel fuller and aids in digestion. Pinto beans are also rich in magnesium, which helps your pet process and use vitamin C.


Lentils are a great source of iron, fiber, and plant-based protein. Lentil’s low-calorie, high-fiber content helps dogs feel fuller when eating and while keeping blood levels from spiking too sharply after a meal. This makes them a great supplement for diabetic pets.


Coconut Oil

Coconut oil can increase energy levels, improve skin and coat, improve digestion, and reduce allergic reactions.

Safflower Oil

Safflower oil provides a source of omega-6 fatty acids, GLA, and linoleic acid (LA). These polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) are recognized for their nutritional role in pet care for proper growth, healthy metabolism, immune system support, and the maintenance of healthy skin and coat.

Fish Oil

Fish oil is one of the best supplements to add to your dog’s diet. Fish oil supports your canine companion’s heart health, promotes a silky coat, reduces itchy and flaky skin, and can help relieve allergies and joint pain. It can even help strengthen their immune system and could help them fight canine cancer.

Cod Liver Oil

Cod liver oil is a great example of a supplement that can be added to your dog’s feeding regimen when their body needs some relief from pain and inflammation.

Flaxseed Oil

Anti-inflammatory properties of flaxseed can help ease symptoms of arthritis, lower blood pressure, improve kidney function, and maintain healthy skin and coat in dogs. You can incorporate chopped or ground seeds or a small amount of free oil into your dog’s regular food to promote optimal health.

Krill Oil

With its rich omega-3 composition, krill oil supplements help your dog’s cardiovascular system by promoting healthy blood circulation, ensuring that nutrients and oxygen are evenly distributed throughout the body.

Olive Oil

Olive oil contains phytonutrients, vitamin E, and omega-3 fatty acids that help keep your dog’s skin moisturized and well-nourished. These nutrients also benefit your dog’s coat, adding shine and strength to their hair.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil is commonly used to keep skin moisturized as many dogs and cats cannot properly synthesize linoleic acid (LA), a dietary source or supplement is necessary to maintain a healthy coat and skin. Sunflower oil also promotes energy, healthy immune function, heart health, and normal organ function.


Eggshell Powder

Minerals are also necessary for dogs, and they’re consumed as salts in a dog’s diet. They serve as catalysts and building blocks in metabolism, immune function, growth, and development. These nutrients are concentrated in eggshells but also found in egg whites and yolk is calcium.