Tylee's Human-Grade Chicken Recipe Frozen Dog Food

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About This Item


  • Made with human-grade ingredients just like you’d find in your own kitchen—real, whole foods you can see, starting with USDA chicken.
  • Starts with high-quality animal protein and includes vitamins, minerals and omegas.
  • Prepared to retain the flavor dogs love and provide key nutrients to support your pup’s whole-body health.
  • No corn, wheat or soy ingredients, by-product meals, or artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.
  • Every bite is loaded with all the nutrients your fur-baby needs to stay in tip-top shape.
  • Easy to serve—just defrost, serve and love.

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Nutritional Information

Feeding Instructions


About Tylee's Frozen Dog Food

Full of Flavor and Nutrition

All ingredients are human-grade and selected for their incredible health benefits, and frozen to maintain their full nutritional value so your dog can enjoy all of the health benefits and flavor they have to offer.

Better Food, Better Health

Inside each bag, you’ll find real, whole foods that you can recognize–real human grade meats, or poultry mingled with colorful, fruits and vegetables. Prepared to retain the flavor dogs love and provide key nutrients to support your pup’s whole-body health.

Heavy on the Protein, Hold the Grains

Each meal is packed with high-quality, human-grade protein dogs need to stay healthy, so there’s no room for things like grains, corn, wheat, soy ingredients, by-product meals, artificial flavors or artificial coloring.

Recipe Varieties Full of Flavor

Tylee’s offers a variety of flavors each featuring it’s own unique set of ingredients, including a variety of proteins, carbs and veggies that your pet eats. Each recipe provides complete & balanced nutrition, which leads to better long term health, energy and skin & coat health.

Our Promise In Every Bag


Our meals feature high-quality protein including USDA-grade beef, chicken, turkey, or pork to help maintain lean, strong muscles.


Defrost it by thawing in the fridge or microwave. Serve it as the main course or top off your pet’s regular food.


Minimally processed, human-grade fruits and vegetables retain more of their natural flavors and nutritional benefits.


All ingredients are sourced in the USA and other select regions, so you can be sure only the best ingredients make it into every recipe.

See What Goes Into Each Recipe


Protein: USDA-Grade Beef

Fruits & Veggies: Sweet Potato, Mango, Broccoli, Spinach, Zucchini

Rich Sources of Omegas: Salmon Oil Powder, Cod Liver Oil Powder, Flaxseed

Calorie Content (Calories per Cup): 171


Protein: USDA-Grade Chicken 

Fruits & Veggies: Spinach, Carrots, Peas, Apples 

Rich Sources of Omegas: Salmon Oil Powder, Cod Liver Oil Powder, Flaxseed

Calorie Content (Calories per Cup): 171


Protein: USDA-Grade Beef 

Fruits & Veggies: Broccoli, Kale, Carrots, Butternut Squash, Pineapple 

Rich Sources of Omegas: Salmon Oil Powder, Cod Liver Oil Powder, Flaxseed

Calorie Content (Calories per Cup): 152


Protein: USDA-Grade Turkey 

Fruits & Veggies: Cranberries, Zucchini, Spinach, Sweet Potato 

Rich Sources of Omegas: Salmon Oil Powder, Cod Liver Oil Powder, Flaxseed

Calorie Content (Calories per Cup): 165

About Tylee’s

We believe better food leads to better health. That’s why our recipes are always crafted by world-class experts—from the picky foodies that source the most nutritious, delicious ingredients to the meticulous nutritionists that make sure you’re covered when it comes to keeping your dog healthy. We don’t compromise so you don’t have to, either. It’s better food with the taste and nutrition you can be proud to serve, available only at Chewy.

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Questions & Answers

38 Customer Questions

where is the food made?
Answer by ChewyOct 19, 2022
This food is manufactured in Texas, United States.

What percentage is meat
Answer by ChewyJul 10, 2017
The chicken recipe contains 77% meat. The rest of the formula contains fruits, vegetables and trace minerals.

Since it says "human grade" on the package, would this dog food be considered safe for human consumption?
Answer by ChewyAug 29, 2017
Although Tylee's is produced in a human grade facility, it is not intended for human consumption.

My dog needs soft or wet food because of her teeth. Is this dog food soft and/or easy to eat for dogs with teeth problems?
Answer by ChewyJun 01, 2021
Once defrosted, this food will have a soft texture. Due to your pet's condition, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to ensure this recipe is suitable.

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Rated 4.0563 out of 5 stars
995 Ratings
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995 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By cyndi on Jan 31, 2023

Clumpy Kale is a pain!

Tyler's food is every thing you advertised BUT THE KALE comes in frozen clumps sometimes two inches thick. Frieda (2 & 1/2 year old Pug )just hates to eat those CLUMPS. We have to pick out the clumps while their frozen and cut them into tiny pieces like the rest of the food. Put the kale back and mix it up while it's still frozen then, scoop out what is needed for two days. NOW SHE'LL EAT EVERY CRUMB!! Frieda loves the food, I don't like picking thru it for kale clumps!!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By SUSU on Feb 1, 2023


I have 2 boxers, one that will eat anything and one that is really picky about his food. But this recipe works great for both of them, even my "picky" eater likes this food!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Bailey on Feb 19, 2023

Dog won't eat

I have tried everything and my chihuahua won't even try this food, he won't even eat his regular food thats in the same dish with it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By TwoLegger on Feb 11, 2023

Dogs Love It

Both our dogs are enthusiastic eaters of Tylee's Chicken, Pork and Beef. The chicken has come up on the rotation and both love it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By KotasDad on Jan 23, 2023

Indecisively delicious

My little dog is very picky about this food to try I was very surprised that KOTA aided every time he really liked it, so I'm gonna try it again

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Earlisa on Nov 12, 2022

Tylee's Chicken Recipe

My Shih Tzu didn't like the Tylee's Chicken Recipe Human Grade dog food. I tried slow transitioning him on it from the Cesar Simply Crafted Chicken but he just eat around the Tylee's. He wouldn't eat the Tylee's until late in the evening when he was starving. It was a thumbs down for my pet. He would look at me then look at the food & walk away from his bowl.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Michelle on Jan 11, 2023

Be careful about food changes

Every dog is different. Be mindful when changing your pets dog food. My dog reacted negatively. That does not mean your dog will. Just be mindful

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cathie on Oct 20, 2022

My dog won't eat this

This is supposed to be for small breed dogs but the chunks of veggies are too big, she will not eat them so she won't even try to eat the meat portion. I have only tried the chicken and will try the beef but I noticed the veggies are even bigger in the beef recipe. All items in the recipe need to be much smaller, almost like a pate so the dog does not know the veggies are there. just like a child. ;)

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Barbara on Nov 2, 2022

Bad Choice

It did not agree with my dog, he threw it up, and since my friends with dogs did not want to try it for theirs, I just had to throw it out. I bought this because my dog is used to eating the Fresh Pet Brand's chicken recipe. This was a bad choice on my part; I'll just stick to the tried and true for my little dog.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By toy1 on Feb 5, 2023

very smelly

only 1 dog out of 4 would eat this. I even tried heating it up. It stinks