Pet Plate


Pet Plate score based on 5 expert reviews

Pet Plate score based on 5 expert reviews
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We summarized 5 reviews from experts in the pet category and concluded a 100% recommended with an average rating of 90%.
We summarized 5 reviews from experts in the pet category and concluded a 100% recommended with an average rating of 90%.
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Summary of expert reviews

Feeding your dog processed dry food their entire life has been debunked as unhealthy, but what are the alternatives? While there have been human-grade premium dog food options for some time – typically at a very premium price – there are now more affordable fresh and healthy dog food options that ship direct-to-consumer, cutting out retail markup costs. 

Pet Plate is one of these options, and based on our research and the opinions of pet food experts and testers is a top contender. 

To most aside from affordability, when deciding which pet food to choose, the ingredients come in at priority number one. Veterinary nutritionist Dr. Renee Streeter is the primary creator of meals and ingredient choice, giving it legitimacy with someone who is experienced in the field with the right credentials. Additionally, “Pet Plate’s meals are made at a USDA-inspected facility in upstate New York, and follows the same food safety protocols used by Whole Foods. Pet Plate purchases their ingredients from human food suppliers in the U.S.,” notes Amy Brown of PupJunkies

There are four meal choices with bases of beef, chicken, turkey and lamb – giving your pet some variety or simply catering to their preferences; along with a mix of vegetables and carbs. During the purchasing process you are also able to select the quantity per meal recommended based on the size of your dog. 

In regards to cost, “their plans start at under $3 a day, which if you ask me, is a whole lot better than most human-grade dog food subscription services,” Heather Bee of TheDapple said. The costs can go up though depending on if you have a large dog and which meal choices you make. 

The subscriptions are set to every 3-4 weeks delivered to your door, and because of the realness of the ingredients, WoofWhiskers’s personal recommendation is to, “freeze all of it but two containers; put those two in your refrigerator and every day when you finish one, take another out of the freezer and into the fridge to thaw.”

One common noted downside as noted by VetTech Guide was that “Pet Plate does not give dog owners the opportunity to list any potential allergies, medical conditions or breed specifications in the initial questionnaire.” While this is the same situation you encounter while visiting the grocery store, it is important to iterate that you should review their meal ingredients prior to any purchasing decision if you know your dog has specific allergies.

Overall, those who tested and researched Pet Plate were very satisfied with everything from the ingredients to customer experience. As VetTech Guide sums it up, “PetPlate appears to be a quick and easy option for busy owners who nonetheless want to feed their dogs real food.”

You can learn more at PetPlate.com, they are currently offering a 50% discount off of your first order.

Expert reviews

“Pet Plate is a win for all in our household!”

Canine Journal | Sally Jones | Yes, 9.4/10 | Full review

“With four solid recipes to choose from, Pet Plate’s high quality ingredients and ready-to-eat containers steal the show.”

Woof Whiskers | Yes, 9/10 | Full review

“PetPlate appears to be a quick and easy option for busy owners who nonetheless want to feed their dogs real food.”

VetTech Guide | Yes | Full review

“I think I’ve finally found the dog food that I’m ready to commit to forever and ever. It’s a big deal!”

The Dapple | Heather Bee | Yes | Full review

“What I really liked about PetPlate is they allow you combine different recipes in your box, which is great if your dog is picky.”

Pup Junkies | Amy Brown | Yes, 8.7/10 | Full review



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