FreeHand Dog Food

 No recalls. Brand discontinued.

FreeHand dog food was started by Rocky Kanaka in 2011 in California. The company donated 1 pound of food to homeless pets for every 1 pound purchased. The products were made in the United States.

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In 2013, the company was purchased by Ryan Kavanaugh; his wife, Britta Lazenga-Kavanaugh; former William Morris Agency CEO Jim Wiatt; and singer Michael Buble. The brand line was later renamed to Dog for Dog.

FreeHand Quick Facts

Brand line included: FreeHand Dry Dog Food
Cost: $$
Company: Heart United Inc.
Headquarters: 2633 Lincoln Blvd. #435, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Contact info: 855-448-3225

Was FreeHand Ever Recalled?

No. This brand was never recalled, according to our research.

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