beef and sweet potato premium dog food from Furry’s Kitchen

01: The Grateful Dog

Love subscription boxes? Now you can get a subscription meal plan for your dog! The Grateful Dog offers two-, four- and twelve-week meal plans. Each contains daily meal pouches tailored to your dog’s weight and nutritional requirements, and you get to pick from recipes such as cage-free chicken with nutrient-rich ingredients such as black beans, pumpkin, and wolfberry, and duck breast cooked with chick peas, olive oil and turmeric.

The Grateful Dog

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323 Changi Road

02: Bark Craft

While ​most gourmet dog food companies require a minimum purchase of a single product, Bark Craft allows pet owners to order a whole spectrum of combinations in 200g portions. And the offerings made from human-grade ingredients sound delicious. Think a puppy feed of grass-fed, pasture raised lamb, omega-3-rich salmon, mussels that are chock-full of vitamins and minerals that lubricate the joints and boosts immunity, all mixed with an organic blend of pumpkin seeds, ground flaxseed, ground eggshells and cold-pressed virgin coconut oil.

Bark Craft

03: The Barkery

A family business that uses only human-grade ingredients to produce a range of dog food, The Barkery offers tonic for dogs in the form of their all-natural bone broth. Made with beef bones, pork bones, fresh mackerel or probiotic chicken, it is slow-cooked in small batches for over 48 hours and then frozen in bone-shaped blocks for easy portions. According to the makers, this collagen-rich broth is great for the joints, helps with liver detox, and cultivates good gut health.

The Barkery

326 Joo Chiat Road

04: Barking Good

It’s your dog’s birthday and it should have its cake, and get to eat it too. Enter Barking Good with their whimsical dog party cakes. Made in the likeness of various dog breeds and even dog bowls filled with doggie biscuits, these dog-friendly treats are crafted from minced meat and vegetables, with potato “frosting” and vibrant colours all naturally derived from fruits and vegetables. There is also a series of Chinese New Year cakes so that your fur kid doesn’t get left out from the festive feasting.

Barking Good

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128 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3

05: Furry’s Kitchen

Most dog food are minced into a mystery pulp of indiscernible ingredients, not those from Furry’s Kitchen. From chicken and brown rice with garden peas and coconut oil, to Atlantic salmon and pasta with spinach, broccoli, alfalfa, flaxseed and oregano, each offering looks as good as it tastes (and sounds, even). To boot, these meal portions – in 200g and 500g packs – are also loaded with lots of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids.

Furry’s Kitchen

06: The Snoring Dog Gourmet

Hand-crafted with delicate skin made from wheat flour and filled with Australian minced pork, sweet potato, celery, carrots, prawns and eggs, these siew mai look and smell pretty much like the real deal. And you will be forgiven if you are tempted to pop one in to your mouth. After all, they are all made with human-grade ingredients, from a human kitchen – just without the usual seasonings.

The Snoring Dog Gourmet