Ollie Origin Story
Co-founders Randy Jimenez, Alex Douzet, and Gabby Slome built Ollie out of their shared, genuine concern and love for the dogs of the world. Over the past ten years, the number of dogs diagnosed with diabetes and obesity has risen 900%; a testament to the cheap, loosely regulated, generally unhealthy dog food produced by brands like Mars and Nestle (yeah, the chocolate guys). Ollie is designed to do things differently; to provide food for dogs that will nourish them properly — and at such a high-quality that it’s good enough for humans to eat.
The key to this new, health-focused, human-grade dog food lies in recognizing that, like people, not all dogs are the same. It’s impossible to have a single type of dog food for even a specific breed — varieties in age, weight, food-sensitivity, and activity level outweigh most other factors when it comes to developing a healthy diet. In addition to the brand’s dedication to extensive research through partnerships with canine nutritionists, Ollie tailors each wag-worthy meal plan to each of its four-legged customers based on their specific health needs, putting pups on cloud ca-nine, one perfectly-portioned bowl at a time.