The Farmer’s Dog Food

 No recalls.

This premium dog food came about as a result of some problems that co-founder Brett Podolsky had with his dog, Jada, who was suffering from bad stomach problems.

ADVERTISEMENT

The Farmer’s Dog boasts vet-developed, nutritious meals for dogs. They use human-grade USDA ingredients, which means less processing, natural nutrients and higher safety standards.

The Farmer’s Dog Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Turkey (turkey, parsnips, chickpeas, carrot, broccoli, spinach, fish oil and vitamins); Beef (beef, lentils, sweet potato, beef liver, carrot, kale, sunflower seeds, fish oil and vitamins); Pork (pork, sweet potato, potato, pork liver, green beans, cauliflower, blueberries, fish oil and vitamins)
Cost: $$$$
Where to buy: Petful readers can claim a 50% off trial here
Company: The Farmer’s Dog, Inc.
Headquarters: 417 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Has The Farmer’s Dog Food Ever Been Recalled?

No. This brand has never been recalled, according to our research.

If you have not done so already, we urge you to sign up now for Petful’s FREE recall alerts by email. Our free alerts are saving pets’ lives.

Have You Had a Problem With The Farmer’s Dog?

  1. See our reporting page for contact info.
  2. Leave a comment below to share your experience with others.

Look Up Another Brand

About Petful

This content was written by the lead research team at Petful®, led by publisher Dave Baker, a longtime advocate for pet food safety. Our team has been tracking pet food recalls for 10-plus years, and we spend countless hours combing through databases and news archives going back 40 years or more to bring you the most accurate pet food information possible. Tens of thousands of safety-conscious pet parents are subscribed to our free recall alerts, and Animal Radio has called Petful’s list of pet food recalls “the best, most complete list” online. Learn more about Petful, or explore our Pet Food Recall Center.