Pets that are kept happy and fed rarely wake their owners with yowling, barking, or the sound of paws typing out tell-all memoirs. Protect yourself from pet vendettas with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $75 for a one-month supply of food for a dog weighing up to 10 pounds (a $150 value; includes roughly 16 pounds of food)
- $144 for a one-month supply of food for a dog weighing approximately 20 pounds (a $290 value; includes roughly 32 pounds of food)
- $205 for a one-month supply of food for a dog weighing approximately 30 pounds (a $420 value; includes roughly 45 pounds of food)
- $259 for a one-month supply of food for a dog weighing approximately 40 pounds (a $540 value; includes roughly 63 pounds of food)
Each option comes with complimentary delivery within one week of the meat being butchered for optimal freshness. Customers will receive one of four different kinds of meat each week divided into 14 single-serve portions to ensure a balanced diet.
Doggie Chop N.Y.C.
Doggie Chop N.Y.C.'s philosophy for feeding dogs is simple: canines are carnivores. Their bodies are naturally inclined to digest meat, and so feeding them raw, unadulterated cuts—the type that they would consume in the wild or during a butcher-shop heist—will lead to healthier pups. The cuisine is a far cry from the overprocessed ingredients that compose most dog chow. Crafted in consultation with two veterinarians, Doggie Chop's menu consists of hand-cut USDA-certified meat raised on a 100% vegetarian diet without the use of hormones or antibiotics. The meats, which include chicken, lamb, turkey, and beef, all sourced from a meat-packing district in Manhattan. Each morsel moves from the butcher to customers' doorsteps in six days, packed frozen in vacuum-sealed bags.