A fresh take on dog food

Real food - Made fresh - Delivered

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How it works


Try a Taster Pack or get started with The Fetchit Diet by using our meal plan creator.


Receive their meals and serve - feel great about feeding your dog a healthy tailored diet, no more guilty thoughts!


Free weekly delivery - seemlessly brought to you when you want and where you want!


Taster Pack


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Let your dog choose whether The Fetchit Diet is right for them by trying our Taster Pack. It includes one of each of our three drool-inducing recipes and a pack of Bell & Bone dog treats and dental sticks, delivered free of charge!

Your pup will thank you for it! 

What's inside

Tailored Meals

Fetchit's menu offers freshly-made red meat, poultry, and fish based options - each dish is lightly cooked to preserve the nutrient value and backed by science to provide everything a dog needs in a healthy diet.

Dental Sticks & Treats

Bell & Bone is a brand with purpose, created using superfoods and natural ingredients to give our dogs the best nutrition. We are lucky enough to have their products on offer!


Tell us about your pup and choose their yummy meals!

why we created fetchit?

"We were fed up with the conventional dog food industry, promoting burnt kibble and highly processed sludge as ‘Natural’ and ‘Healthy'...We felt our dog Jonah deserved better.

So with two concepts in mind, truly healthy natural food and convenience, we created Fetchit.

You will never have to guess what’s in our food, you can literally see it, smell it and even taste it. Trust us we’ve tried it, lots."

Matea, Alex and Jonah

Experts Recommend a wholefood diet

"The combination of natural ingredients for the best dog diet, include meat for protein, vitamin-packed vegetables and fruit, and omega fatty acids for a shinier coat."

– Dr. Jennifer Freeman, DVM

"Osborne recommends fresh food including lean protein like chicken, turkey, fish, eggs and tofu, and fibre through fresh vegetables such as brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, and spinach...fresh food is more nutrient-dense and more bioavailable than dried, processed food."

– Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM

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