Dr. Harvey’s Veg-To-Bowl Grain-free Dog Food Pre-Mix

Veg-to-Bowl is a grain-free dog food pre-mix. Veg-to-Bowl makes homemade dog food so easy to do. It is made with nine different dehydrated and freeze-dried vegetables and herbs that when mixed with protein and oil makes a complete all-natural dog food for companion dogs.

Quick facts

  • Made in the USA-Grain-free formula
  • Makes Home Made food Prep easy
  • Holistic Formula with No Synthetic Ingredients
  • No Chemicals, preservatives or dyes
  • Allows complete control of quantity and quality of protein

Top reviews

Not a favorite of pups

Seems to be decent ingredients, tho I am not thrilled with the garlic or potatoes and pup doesn’t like sweet potatoes, so sorted them out until I ground it to mix with her cooked meat. Wish this had a calcium supplement with it. I will continue to look for a pre-mix that has no garlic, no potatoes and hopefully a calcium supplement with it.
CatarinaWhite Mills, PA

Veg to Bowl makes my life so much easier and my dogs love it!

I may be the wrong person to ask, because everything from Dr. Harvey’s is the best. I have tried almost all of their products and the quality is impeccable,always! But I recently found this vegetable mix and it has made my life so much easier. I feed raw to two of my dogs and slightly cooked meat to my other two, who are older and do better with the meat cooked. I used to spend 2 hours every Sunday cutting up vegetables to add to their meals. This product has really changed my life. It is so easy and my dogs love it. I know how important it is to add vegetables to my dogs’ diet. They are much healthier since I have changed their diet to an all natural regime. Finding Veg to Bowl was great. It has nothing but vegetables, no filler of any kind. I love this product and this company. Dr. Harvey’s products can be trusted no matter what you chose. I also use all of Dr. Harvey’s treats for my dogs and for my cat.
BretDelmar, DE

great product cheaper elsewhere

i’ve been using Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl for about 6 months and my 2 dogs seem to love it. At least they eat it and finish most of what they get. A few words of wisdom. The product package says to let it rehydrate for 8-10 minutes. i have found this to not be enough time and really needs closer to about 20 mins or even longer. I like to put the hot water in upon waking up, walk the dogs and then have a cup of coffee when i get back and then feed them. It’s about 20 minutes and enough time for the veggies to rehydrate. If they dont rehydrate completely they are harder, and while my dogs will eat them, you will see the undigested remains in their stool. I know, yuck, but hey it’s just veggies. Sometimes I put the water in right before bed so when I wake they are fully rehydrated. Saves a little time in the morning. Last thing on the product, as much as I love Amazon, and I do, I get about 2-4 packages a week at times, their prices on this are MUCH higher than what i pay for it at Unleashed by Petco. I havent looked elsewhere for it but it’s about $6 cheaper than the Amazon price. Not $6 off the retail price, the actual Amazon price. So for me it’s a no brainer. Despite the convenience of home delivery, i’ll walk the few blocks to my local store and buy the veggies there. If anyone from Amazon reads this, c’mon guys, you’er a big supplier, get with it and lower the price or this is one product i will continue to buy elsewhere.
VaughnMonticello, MS

veggies ok

I thought I would use this item a lot, but have not really gotten into it. I believe the best method woukd be to fix a large amount of mix and freeze in small serving size bags. I do recommend it though to supplement raw diets.
EarlLoyalhanna, PA

A good buy

I bought this product to help my allergic Yorkshire Terrier. He would vomit or have diarrhea frequently with many of the name brand holistic and “quality” brands I found on the market. When I switched him to this brand not only did he not go through any of the usual sickness when switching but he immediately loved it. His lack of willingness to eat a brand is what instigates the switch. I would try to wait out the vomiting if it wasn’t too bad as I did not know if it was from switching or allergies. Anyway, his appitite for the this brand is strong and his vomiting is almost completely gone. Outside of when he runs too much, has an asthma attack, and pukes.

One thing I must add is that because it is dried vegetables this product is best served the following day after mixing and adding meat. After I prepare enough food for about 3 days, the following day the vegetables are soft enough for my dog easily eat it. It takes much longer than the 8 minutes the website advertises. This is my only complaint, that they are not upfront about that. The food is quality as you control what your dog eats. I recommend it.

AndySilver Beach, MA

My dog is too picky

I’m only giving this two stars due to my dog being extremely finicky. I have a one and a half year old lab and he has been a picky eater since I brought him home at 8 weeks old. I tried this product because he suffers from chronic diarrhea and has skin and eye allergies. Unfortunately I cannot rate this product fairly because my dog stuck his nose up at it and walked away. I was hoping to find a miracle product that he would eat and aid with his issues. This product has many great reviews so I am very disappointed that I won’t get a chance to try it out. Please note that my review is not negative against the product, but due to my dog being an extremely picky eater.
JanettaBowlegs, OK

Rexie likes these vegetables!

I have read in many dog advisory articles that dogs should get 2 grams of protein per kilogram of weight per day. The instructions on the package would provide a 2-8 lb dog with 30 – 42 gms per day I believe. I called Dr. Harvey and he said that 2 grams of protein per kilogram of weight isn’t enough to keep a parakeet alive and to give Rexie 3 – 4 ounces of protein twice a day.
ColeMellwood, AR