Overall Gut Health
A fresh, balanced diet leads to a healthier gut. A healthier gut leads to increased longevity, better breath, and better quality of life.
How It Works
Introduce Your Pup
Provide some basic information about your dog's lifestyle and life stage.
Build Your Box
Browse your customized meal plan recommendations and choose the right options for your best friend.
Make changes to your autoship plan any time, anywhere!
Free, Expert Support
If you have any questions about your dog's health or nutrition, take advantage of our free televet services!
Top-Tier Vet Advisors
With her goal in mind to improve the length and quality of life of her dog patients, veterinary oncologist Dr. Thalheim fosters close relationships with the pups and their families to provide the best care possible. As a strong believer in collaboration, she works with her colleagues at Cornell University Veterinary Specialists in Stamford, CT to create a wellness plan best fit for her patient.
After receiving her degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania and becoming board certified in oncology, Dr. Thalheim conducts clinical research, looking for ways to improve cancer outcomes in dogs, as well as humans!
Dr. Pope combines her veterinary degree and extensive training in holistic medicine to deliver the highest standard of care for her canine patients that are diagnosed with cancer. Clients trust her to put their dog’s wellness first. Dr. Pope does so by utilizing holistic modalities such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and intravenous nutrient therapies during their treatment journey.
Before becoming a board-certified oncologist and practice owner in New Jersey, Dr. Pope earned her degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Florida and certifications in holistic therapies, including veterinary food therapy, from the Chi Institute for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Growing up on a farm with lots of animals, Dr. Fahey developed an early passion for animals and wanted to find ways to keep them healthy. Over a long and distinguished career, he has come to realize that helping optimize animal’s digestive health is the best way to do that.
As Professor Emeritus of Animal Sciences and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he knows the ins and outs of your pet’s digestive tract and nutritional needs better than anyone.
As the head of the internal medicine department at Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, Dr. Forman is counted on for his extensive expertise by dog patients and their families. He earned his degree from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine before continuing his education at UC Davis to become a board-certified internist.
Dr. Forman emphasizes the importance of nutrition to his patients’ families for internal health and overall wellness of their dogs. He also enjoys sharing his veterinary knowledge by lecturing future veterinarians, and other eager minds, across the United States.
Dr. Alsarraf started her career at Michigan State University, where she earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine, and continued on to become a board-certified oncologist. After treating dogs with cancer for over two decades, Dr. Alsarraf’s world flipped upside down when she was diagnosed with cancer.
She shares her story, intertwined with those of her canine patients, in her incredibly successful book, “Sit, Stay, Heal”, which highlights life lessons we can learn from our dogs. Dr. Alsarraf says her job brings her joy when she is able to share with her readers and clients what dogs can teach us about living well.
Dogs can't talk to us, but here's what their humans had to say...
“I gave it a try and Chloe is absolutely obsessed! I’ve also noticed her skin, coat and overall mood has improved as I worked it into her diet. I am so thankful we found Get Joy!”
"We never have to worry that she is eating too many calories, and feel great knowing her meals are full of nutrients that support her special needs. Plus - she thinks it's delicious!"
“I never knew what it meant to feed our dog Max good food until he started eating Get Joy Turkey Recipe. The days of kibble sitting in his bowl are over! Thank you for bringing fresh food to Max’s life!”
“My pup Faith Loves Get Joy's food... many feel it is too expensive but it's not if you want your dog to live a longer, happier and healthy life... Highly Recommend.”
“I began mixing in some of the Get Joy fresh turkey meals. Finally a hit. So simple to use - cut open and feed as a meal. It honestly is the first dog food that looks like "real" food. Happiness all around!”
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Nutritional options have dramatically evolved in the last 5 years. Kibble is a high heat, highly processed product, made with less than desirable ingredients like meat fillers, preservatives and low-quality ingredients. While many dogs survive on mass-produced dry food, recent studies have shown a link between processed foods and poor health - allergies, diabetes, and even some cancers.
Eating fresh foods provides your animal with both a balanced AND optimal approach to health and wellness. Fresh nutrition becomes your dog’s medicine and nutritional roadmap for wellness. Fresh food can impact your dog’s energy, coat quality, digestion health and put them on a wellness track that processed foods can’t.
If you need to adjust portion sizes, login to your customer account, click on subscriptions, go to your active subscription and click on "Manage Subscription" to edit portion size and flavor. You can also contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to assist you.
Fresh meals arrive frozen so it’s best to keep most of your shipment in the freezer, take 2-3 days worth of food and leave in the refrigerator to thaw. Follow this plan until your next order arrives.
It’s easy to use and store. All you need to do is seal the bag after feeding and simply leave in your pantry or drawer. No refrigeration is required.
We ship all products across all contiguous 48 states.