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100% Human Grade
Balanced Nutrition
Real Meat
Zero Preservatives

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About Harley’s Corner

At Harley’s Corner, we produce home-styled, nutritious and delicious food for dogs using only 100% human-grade ingredients, just like you would for any family member. Our delicious meals are free from artificial additives and preservatives, giving your furry friend the nourishment they need to live a better quality of life. With our food, your dog can enjoy a healthier, happier & longer life, one delicious bite at a time.

Why doggos love us

Real Food

Real meat,
real veggies &
100% Human Grade.


Crafted with love by
professional dog chefs.


Like a home cooked meal.

Why pet parents love us


No preservatives,
no artificial additives,
balanced nutrition.

Value for Money

Premium quality
at an affordable price.


Delivered to your doorstep,
no refrigeration, easy to carry,
ambient shelf life.

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Only Red Meat
Mutton Fish & Chicken
Only Veg

Feeding Guide

  • Overview
  • About Dog
  • Age
  • Weight
  • Activity Level
  • Diet

Find out how much to feed your dog

It is imperative to feed your dog the right amount of food to ensure he/she gets the optimum nutrition needed.

Contrary to what other brands say, a dog is not fed according to their breed, but according to their body weight and activity levels.

What Pet Parents Say

Mealtime Excitement
Weight Improvement
Happier Dogs
Fewer Vet Visits


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