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Regular price $40.79
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Cost per meal $2.90
Based on the quiz, your Frenchie requires a 4.48 ounce meal which contains 387 calories, 52% protein, 30% fat, 15% carbohydrates, 3% fiber

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based on your delivery schedule above, meals will automatically be delivered thursday. you can modify, skip or cancel at any time! no obligation.

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Why Zuel?

Discover why veterinarians and French Bulldog owners trust Zuel to provide optimum nutrition for their beloved Frenchies.

  • Frenchie with Digestion

    Digestion

  • Frenchie feeling Irritated & Itchy Skin

    Irritated & Itchy Skin

  • Frenchie paw licking

    Paw Licking

  • Frenchie overall demeanor

    Overall Demeanor

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  • Step one

    Take The Quiz

    Tell us some info about your Frenchie and we'll make their portions just right!

  • Step two

    We Get Cooking

    Place your order by Saturday at midnight PST.

    We'll get started cooking your food and ship it out every Tuesday.

  • Step three

    Your Frenchie Lives Their Best Life

    Boxes will arrive for you exactly when you're running low, by Thursday

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    Edit your plan any time, and enjoy the lifelong benefits for your Frenchie!

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a wholesome choice

Lamb

Lamb is a nutrient-rich protein that supports French Bulldogs' muscle, skin, and fur health, while also aiding in energy metabolism, immune function, and thyroid health. It's a low-allergen option for dogs with allergies.

a nutritional goldmine

Lamb Liver

Lamb liver is a nutrient-rich option for dogs, offering protein and B vitamins while being particularly beneficial for healthy vision, skin, and immunity due to its high vitamin A content. It also contains copper for improved iron absorption and red blood cell formation, making it a valuable addition to a dog's diet, with a low allergen profile.

A Veggie Delight

Butternut Squash

Butternut squash is a nutritious choice for French Bulldogs, packed with vitamins A, C, and E for vision, immune support, and cell protection, as well as magnesium and potassium for bone and muscle health. Its high fiber content promotes smooth digestion, and it's considered a low-allergen option.

Crunchy and Nutritious

Green Beans

These slender veggies are a nutritional powerhouse, offering vitamins A, C, and K for vision, immune support, blood clotting, and bone health, along with iron and calcium for strong bones and red blood cell production.

Their fiber content aids digestion, and they have a very low allergen ranking.

The Super Green

Kale

Kale is a superfood loaded with vitamins A, C, and K for vision, immunity, and blood health. It also provides calcium and iron for strong bones and oxygen transport, plus fiber and antioxidants for digestion and overall cellular health, with a very low allergen ranking for most French Bulldogs.

a berry good choice

Cranberries

Cranberries are packed with vitamins C and E for immunity and cell protection, along with manganese for bone health and enzyme function. They also provide fiber for digestion and antioxidants for cell protection, with a very low allergen ranking.

The omega powerhouse

Herring Fish Oil

Herring-derived fish oil is rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids, particularly EPA and DHA, benefiting your dog's skin, coat, and brain health. It also contains vitamins A and D for improved vision, immunity, and bone health, with a very low allergen ranking.

Real Reviews From Real Customers

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Veterinarian French Bulldog Expert, Emmy Award winning CBS News pet expert, contributor to CNN, E! Entertainment, Inside Edition + more

Dr. Jeff Werber

"As a veterinarian, I am thrilled to endorse Zuel's groundbreaking innovation in pet nutrition.

Their breed-specific formula tailored for French Bulldogs is a game-changer in the world of canine health. French Bulldogs have unique dietary requirements, and Zuel has taken the lead by developing a food that addresses their specific needs. With Zuel's commitment to quality and tailored nutrition, I confidently recommend their French Bulldog formula to all Frenchie owners who want to provide the best possible care for their beloved companions."

Our Food

What is Zuel?

Zuel is a subscription based dog food company, based in California, that specializes in providing superior quality fresh dog food specifically tailored for French Bulldogs. Vet, nutritionist and Frenchie owner approved :)

Why Choose Zuel Over Other Dog Food Brands?

Zuel is uniquely tailored for French Bulldogs and their specific needs. We use only the finest ingredients, carefully chosen for their natural goodness and nutritional value, ensuring your Frenchie gets the best nutrition possible. Our blend is also designed to avoid many common allergens found in typical dog foods, including the protein! Most other fresh food brands don't have a great option for breeds prone to allergies. We've worked hard to give your pup the best shot at agreeing with our ingredients. Imagine a gourmet chef and a scientist high fiving. That's how we crafted our recipe!

How Do You Know How Much To Feed My Frenchie?

We have worked with our vet nutritionist partner to determine the ideal caloric needs for Frenchies! Zuel has a huge advantage since the other competitors have to feed every type of breed, their portions are educated guesses and ultimately end up needing to be adjusted up, 1-2 times, which increases their overall plan costs! We tend to nail it on our first try :)

Please note that you should start your Frenchie on Zuel the morning after your first package arrives to ensure you have enough food for them between shipments.

Why Should I Feed My Frenchie Fresh Food?

What If My Dog Doesn't Like The Food?

We are confident in the taste and quality of our food. However, if your French Bulldog doesn't take to Zuel, we have a 100% money back guarantee. Please contact our customer support and we'll assist you with any concerns.

My French Bulldog Has Allergies. Can I Feed Them Zuel?

Our unique blend is crafted to avoid many of the common allergens found in typical dog food. However, if your dog has specific allergies, we recommend checking our ingredient list or consulting with your vet before making a switch.

Is Zuel Suitable For Puppies?

It sure is! Our puppy food has the same incredible ingredients as the adult food plus extra nutrients puppies require for healthy development. Also it's lightly blended for easier consumption.

How Might The New Fresh Food Affect My Dog's Stools?

Switching to fresh food can initially lead to some changes in your Frenchie's stools. It's their body's way of adjusting to the new, nutrient rich meals. You might notice a change in consistency, color or frequency at first. But don't fret! As their digestive system gets acquainted with the fresh ingredients, things typically stabilize. If ever in doubt, always best to consult with your vet for peace of mind. Remember, every pup's tummy is unique, just like their charming personalities! Check out our food transition guide for help with the switch.

How Do You Determine My Dog's Portion Size?

Our quiz is like a friendly nutritionist for your Frenchie! It helps us pinpoint the right calorie count for your pup. But just as every dog has its own personality, their caloric requirements can differ too. It's all about finding that sweet spot! So please keep us in the loop, if you notice any undesired weight loss or gain, customer service is here to help make the proper adjustments to your subscription plan. Teamwork makes the dream work!

How Do I Switch My French Bulldog To Zuel?

Switching from one type of food to another suddenly can cause digestive upsets in dogs, including diarrhea or vomiting. A gradual transition helps your dog's digestive system adapt to the new food, reduces the risk of digestive upset and makes the switch a more comfortable experience for your pet.

The Transition Plan:

We recommend transitioning your dog to our fresh food over a period of 6 days. Here's our suggested ratio of old to new food per day:

Day1: Mix 90% of your dog's old food with 10% of Zuel

Day 2: 80% old food and 20% Zuel

Day 3: 60% old food and 40% Zuel

Day 4: 40% old food and 60% Zuel

Day 5: 20% old food and 80% Zuel

Day 6: Serve 100% Zuel

Remember, every dog is unique, so it's important to observe your dog's behavior and physical reactions during the transition process. If your pet experiences any signs of digestive upset, it might be a good idea to extend the transition period.

Tips for a Smooth Transition:

Consistency is Key: Stick to regular feeding times during the transition to help your dog adjust to the new food.

Talk to Your Vet: If you're unsure about transitioning your dog to a new diet or if your pet has specific health concerns, it's always a good idea to consult your veterinarian. 

How Do I Store Zuel's Dog Food?

Zuel is vacuum sealed for optimal shelf life without any preservatives or junk! Since Zuel is made from fresh ingredients, we recommend storing it in freezer upon arrival. It can store in the freezer for up to 6 months. When you're ready for a new pack, thaw out a pack on the counter the night before, or in a pinch, you can thaw it out in a bowl of warm water! The packs are good in the refrigerator for up to 4 days once opened.

Do Zuel Recipes Meet AAFCO Guidelines?

Yes! Zuel is formulated with the insights of board-certified veterinary nutritionist and meets the strict AAFCO standards, but in the most natural way we could! Every essential vitamin, micro and macro nutrient was carefully considered when formulating our recipe. Our commitment: only human-grade ingredients, direct from top suppliers and local farms.

Do I Need To Cook The Food?

No, we've handled that for you. Our food comes pre-portioned in day packs for your Frenchie's dietary needs and ready to serve!

Are The Ingredients in Zuel Natural?

Yes! At Zuel, we pride ourselves on using only superior quality, fresh ingredients that are carefully sourced from local farms and suppliers. Think, "Farm to Frenchie".

Shipping & Packaging

Why Do You Charge For Shipping?

Most online businesses hide the cost of shipping by bumping up the price of their products to incorporate it. For a long time, we tried to do that (thanks Amazon Prime!). Unfortunately, the rates move up quite often and we aren’t able to raise our prices to reflect that.

What’s the difference if you pay it in one column or another, right? You’re still paying for it, and everybody knows there is no package transport fairy! 


So here’s what we’ve done. From now on, we are charging for what our food costs to make, and then you will be billed at checkout for exactly what our shippers charge to get the meals fresh to your door. As I’m sure you’re familiar by now when ordering for yourself with Grub Hub, Uber Eats, etc. there’s a cost associated with having these great meals brought to your doorstep.

Thanks as always for understanding!

How Is The Dog Food Delivered & When?

Simple answer: FedEx nationwide delivery (Ground/Home Delivery or Express) 

Please note - Every order that is in by Saturday at midnight PST will be shipped from our kitchens on Tuesday to arrive by Wednesday or Thursday (based on your location).  Every order that comes in after Saturday at midnight PST will ship out the following week.

Food is shipped directly to your home or office via FedEx (within 1-2 days of ship day, Tuesday), nationwide. Food that is shipped is placed in recyclable insulated boxes with custom frozen gel packs which are reusable (and dry ice during summer months).

Remember, we are shipping food, and while it ships frozen in an insulated box with frozen gel packs (and sometimes dry ice), it’s still perishable. You will receive tracking information from FedEx on Tuesday or Wednesday. Please arrange for the box to be brought inside as soon as possible. 

How Do I Dispose Of The Packaging Materials?

Great question! Our goal when choosing our packaging materials is to always maximize the convergence of being environmentally friendly, having an efficient combination of materials, and cost effectiveness.

Our gel packs are made with a tough, recyclable polyethylene plastic that is proven to be puncture-resistant and resist tears during rigorous handling.

Our gels can be reused, donated to local food pantrys or drain the contents into the trash and curbside recycle the outer lining.

Our liners are curbside recyclable. They are made with a 100% paper interior, cased inside a recyclable plastic outer lining.

They are custom sized to our various box sizes, so we optimize the packaging process based on your order size.

Our boxes can be curbside recycled.

If your delivery still has dry ice in it, please place it in a well-ventilated area at room temperature; the remainder of the ice will sublimate away. Never dispose of dry ice in a trash can, chemical waste container or other garbage/waste can.

Your Subscription

Can I Skip, Cancel Or Reactivate My Subscription At Anytime?

Yes, you can easily skip, cancel or reactivate anytime! Click here to see options in your account.

How Do I Add A New Frenchie To My Subscription?

Congrats on your new addition! Please take the Zuel Quiz again and you'll be able to add the appropriate additional servings to your existing plan.

If I'm Traveling Can I Send My Shipment To Another Location?

You can change your shipping address in your Customer Portal prior to the Saturday midnight PST charge date (if it's after Saturday but before Tuesday, when we ship, please contact our customer service to change address for you). Our food also travels well through TSA and in the car, as long as it's stored with gel packs in an insulated container!

How Do You Know How Much To Feed My Frenchie?

We have worked with our vet nutritionist partner to determine the ideal caloric needs for Frenchies! Zuel has a huge advantage since the other competitors have to feed every type of breed, their portions are educated guesses and ultimately end up needing to be adjusted up, 1-2 times, which increases their overall plan costs! We tend to nail it on our first try :)

Please note that you should start your Frenchie on Zuel the morning after your first package arrives to ensure you have enough food for them between shipments.