Great Life Dog Food

Great Life Dog Food

Great Life Dog food is manufactured by “Great Life Performance Pet Products”.  The company was founded in 1996 by Elliot Harvey who has authored a number of books including “The Healthy Wholistic Dog”.

Great LIfe offers a variety of premium dog food formulas at competitive prices.

Benefits of Or Great Life Dog Food:great-life-foods

  • 40% protein, 20% carbohydrates
  • Grain-free products available
  • Uses high quality ingredients
  • No refrigeration needed
  • Meets all AAFCO nutritional requirements for all life stages.
  • Decent selection, including Buffalo, Free Range Chicken, Lamb and Salmon formulas.

Great Life Dog Food Formulas:

  1. Great Life Grain Free Buffalo
  2. Great Life Grain Free Free Range Chicken
  3. Great Life Grain Free New Zealand Lamb
  4. Great Life Grain Free Wild  Salmon

Great Life Dog Food Consumer Rating

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165 Responses to “Great Life Dog Food”
  1. John says:

    Seems to be a lot of curiosity regarding Great Life Dog Food. I switched my Lab to Great Life about 4 months ago (switched from Acana) and he loves this food much more and he’s healthier than ever. I spoke with a Great Life representative and the food is made at Pied Piper in Texas. Their accounting office is in NV. Hope this helps and I rate this food a 10 out of 10.

  2. Jess says:

    Pied Piper is one of, if not, the worst manufacturing plants producing dog food today. UGH !!

  3. Becky says:

    I assumed it was manufactured at Pied Piper, but could never get anyone to admit it. This confirms my assumption. Jess, has Pied Piper been involved in many recalls???? I will start looking for infor, but I figured you would know.

    Donna, there are two other stores in Ashburn that sell dog food, Whole Pet and Fins & Feathers. You should find friendly folks at both stores. Let me know where you go and what you think.

  4. Jess says:

    To be honest I think Pied Piper makes all the de-hydrated food. No one will say where or who makes their food. I really know nothing about them, just that they are in the same league as Menu foods. 2 really sorry companies who I really would never trust. I like this site below (link)great for getting quick info about who makes what. The HUGE recall was Menu foods.

  5. Donna says:

    Thanks John for info – good to know. My pet does well on Great Life too but very concerned over the talk of manufacturer. Will keep with due diligence.

    Thanks Becky for referrals! It’s great to have choices.

  6. Becky says:

    John: FYI, the address in Nevada is an attorney’s office, who is their registered agent in the state. You can research it on-line using the white pages. Just be careful!

  7. Becky says:

    Donna: if you are gonna keep you “dog pal(s)” on Great Life, Dog Gone Natural is the only store in Loudoun that carries it. Good Luck!

  8. Peggy says:

    I have had my dogs on greatlife for the last 2 years. my lab who had skin issues has not had any since we put him on the grain free formula. I just rescued a 10 month old shepherd elkhound mix and was introduced to natures select. any one know about them? it looks like a much lower quality food to me, but now have 2 large dogs, the cost are getting to me. any ideas? I live in california and order greatlife on line, so I pay shipping as well.

  9. becky says:

    Peggy, there are vast numbers of dog food that would improve your dogs health. Jess has taken the time to list the tiers of dog food (that may be on the Acana dog food reviews). There really is no reason to be locked into Great Life. Sure it’s an ok food, but i believe it is over priced and if you’re paying shipping, look for another food. Jess gives good reviews to TOTW (Taste of the Wild), I personally am hooked on Acana. In our area when you purchase 12 bags from your retail store you get the 13th bag for free. LOOK around, I can guarantee that you will find a great replacement. I also want to know where the protien source comes from and where the food is manufactured. No surprises for me.

  10. Jess says:

    Peggy, the best thing for you would be to feed 2 different kinds of dog food, which I do because of dollar issues. I feed TOTW-wetlands (great price) in the AM and then I feed Orijen in the PM (great food but spendy). If I were you I would google pet stores in your area, then call around and shop. I have found dog food is like buying a car, some pet stores just have better prices.
    Here is a list of some better dog foods for a low price.

    1. Taste of the Wild – About 43 bucks for 30 lbs.*****
    2. Kirkland (Costco) – About 25 bucks for 40 lbs.*****
    3. Whole Earth Farms – About 35 bucks for 30 lbs.*****
    4. 4Heath – About 30 bucks for 30 lbs.
    5. Natures Domain(Costco) – About 35 bucks for 30 lbs.
    6. ByNatural – About 40 bucks for 30 lbs.
    7. Nutri Source – About 45 bucks for 30 lbs.
    8. Healthwise – About 39 bucks for 30 lbs.
    9. Diamonds Premium Edge/Naturals – About 35 bucks for 35 lbs.
    10. Eagle pack
    11. Chicken soup
    12. Fromm
    I want to point out that I do not like the Diamond Brand products and so it must be one of these two. The last 3 are here because they seem to go on sale quite often.

  11. Becky says:

    Jess, YTM!

  12. Michelle says:

    I agree with Becky, Jess,you are the man!!!!!

  13. Jess says:

    LOL, you girls are funny. LOL, I have posted some new pictures of Tony stealing my bed and pillows. Click on my name.

  14. Becky says:

    Great Pics! Beautiful dog. Looks like you both enjoy the beach. Years ago I had a great dane that loved running through the waves. He was a great dog. Thanks, for sharing your photos.

  15. Syd says:

    We have a puppy with a very sensitive stomach. We tried the grain free buffalo and he was itching worse than ever after only 1 day.
    I would try the buffalo that comes without potato and sweet potato, but it only comes in 25 pound bags, and would be too expensive to buy 2 bags a month.

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