All Ages Rachel Ray Dog Food

What Do Others Say About Rachael Ray?

As of the time of this update…

Chewy customers rate Rachael Ray 4.5 out of 5 stars… and 92% say they would recommend it to others.

Here’s an actual user review

Has Rachael Ray Dog Food Been Recalled?

Here’s a list of all recalls since 2009 related to Rachael Ray dog products. Updates are added as soon as new recalls are posted.

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Which Rachael Ray Sub-Brand Is Best for You?

In the section below, you’ll find Rachael Ray’s six most popular sub-brands. We’ll also share what makes each different. So you can choose the food that best suits your dog.


This is Rachael Ray’s original dry kibble. Each recipe is made with grain and ample amounts of animal protein… derived from fresh meat and named meat meals.

  • No BHA, BHT or other high-risk preservatives
  • Chicken, beef, lamb and other protein options
  • 8 recipes (ratings vary)
  • Rating:

    Nutrish Zero Grain is Rachael Ray’s popular grain-free dry sub-brand.

  • No corn, wheat, rice or barley
  • Chicken, turkey, beef, fish, or salmon
  • Weight control option available
  • 6 recipes (ratings vary)
  • Rating:

    Nutrish Limited Ingredient (former name: “Nutrish Just 6”) is a dry kibble designed to help dogs suffering from suspected food sensitivities.

  • Only 6 natural ingredients
  • Lamb meal and brown rice
  • 1 recipe only
  • Rating:

    Nutrish Dish is Rachael Ray’s premium dry kibble that’s blended with pieces of whole ingredients you can see… like fruits, vegetables and meat.

  • One grain-free and 2 grain-inclusive recipes
  • 29% dry matter protein (above-average)
  • 3 recipes
  • Rating:

    Peak is Rachael Ray’s nutrient-dense product line. These grain-free dry recipes contain about 10% more protein that the company’s basic sub-brands.

  • 33% dry matter protein (above-average)
  • Novel meat sources like venison, duck and pheasant
  • 3 recipes (ratings vary)
  • Rating:

    This sub-brand is for those who prefer a grain-free wet recipe… that’s ideal for smaller dogs.

  • Chunky stew consistency
  • Flavorful topper for dry kibble
  • Safe for puppy, adult or senior
  • 6 recipes
  • FAQ

    Does Rachel Ray make a senior dog food?

    The Rachael Ray formulas aren’t made specifically for Senior dogs but can be fed to dogs of all life stages.

    What is the name of Rachael Ray’s dog food?

    Our Rating of Rachael Ray Dog Food

    The Dog Food Advisor finds Rachael Ray to be an above-average, grain-inclusive kibble. The recipe uses a notable amount of fresh meat and named meat meal as its main sources of animal protein… thus earning the brand 4 stars. Nutrish Peak and Nutrish Dish each get 4.5 stars.