Little Hunter Information

Little Hunter is a newcomer to the dog food scene and launched its products to customers in 2022. Like many new entrants to the dog food industry in recent years, they’re an online-only brand and aim to provide high-quality premium dog food to owners via a subscription service.

However, while many new online-only brands produce fresh dog food, Little Hunter is different and produces freeze-dried raw dog food.

Their About Us Page discusses how they initially tried fresh and lightly cooked dog food production but struggled with various challenges, such as logistics, before attempting frozen raw and finally freeze-dried raw.

While their dog food products are noticeably different, other brands with a similar business model include Nom Nom, The Farmer’s Dog, Ollie, and Pet Plate.

For those wondering where Little Hunter dog food is made, their recipes are produced in small batches from a facility in the United States in Wisconsin.

As we touched on earlier, Little Hunter dog food is sold online directly from Little Hunter, and you won’t find it at large pet food retailers in the United States like PetSmart or Petco.

They primarily aim to have dog owners sign up for a subscription to their food, with orders being delivered to the address at regular intervals.

This subscription model is designed to make life easier for pet owners and comes with a noticeable discount.

However, they also allow for one-time purchases if you want to try the food out without the commitment.

Little Hunter Product Range

Like many other smaller raw dog food brands, Little Hunter’s dog food range is small and consists of just four unique raw dog food recipes.

However, each of these recipes contains a unique protein ingredient, such as Chicken or Beef, which is essential for many dogs who are picky eaters.

Little Hunter Raw Dog Food Recipes

Little Hunter also has a small range of dog treats, which customers can bundle with their raw dog food purchases, some of which are organ meat-based.

Little Hunter Beef Liver Treats

Little Hunter Nutrition

The nutrition provided by Little Hunter’s raw dog food recipes is excellent and a massive improvement on traditional dog food.

You can see an example of the nutrition provided by their raw dog food recipes below.

Little Hunter Nutrition Example

As you can see, this recipe’s sum of protein and fat is enormous, at over 85% of its calorific content.

This is even more impressive when you understand that almost all this protein and fat content is animal-based.

If you’d like to learn more about canine nutrition, we’d highly recommend checking out our Dog Food Guide for an overview of the importance of animal-based protein and fat, along with several other topics.

Little Hunter Ingredients

High-Quality Meat & Fish Ingredients

  • Rabbit
  • Chicken
  • Beef
  • Salmon
  • Whitefish
  • Krill

Little Hunter utilizes a wide range of meat and fish ingredients in its recipes, especially given how small and young the brand is.

These ingredients are high-quality and dense sources of animal-based protein and fat, which is crucial to every dog’s diet.

They also include some ingredients that are not common in dog food recipes, such as Rabbit and Krill, which could provide unique flavors or nutrition.

In addition, Little Hunter includes Organ Meat ingredients in its recipes, such as liver. These organ meat ingredients are incredibly nutritious and can boost the level of protein and fat while also providing several beneficial vitamins and minerals that may not be abundant in typical meat cuts.

You can learn more about the use of organ meat ingredients in dog food recipes in our article Organ Meat Ingredients In Pet Food.

Other Notable Ingredients

Flaxseed is a common addition to dog food recipes and features in notable quantities within Little Hunter formulas.

Flaxseed is best known as an excellent plant-based source of the Omega 3 Fatty Acids, which are known to provide several health benefits to dogs.

These include improving the condition of a dog’s skin and coat and improved heart and brain health.

However, there are also several other benefits of Flaxseed, which are less well-known. You can learn more about Flaxseed and its benefits in our article Flaxseed In Dog Food.


Little Hunter uses several fruit and vegetable ingredients in its recipes that aren’t common in dog food, such as Carrots, Kale, and Blueberries.

While the quantity of these isn’t huge, they still provide some additional carbohydrates, fiber, and beneficial vitamins and minerals and could provide a unique flavor to make the food more appealing.

Bag Of Blueberries

Sweet Potato is probably the only carbohydrate-providing ingredient found in Little Hunter dog food recipes that is popular throughout the industry.

Sweet Potatoes are dense sources of carbohydrates and fiber, similar to White Potatoes, and are also helpful to help bind food together thanks to their starch.

Sweet Potatoes

Lastly, small quantities of Kelp can be found in Little Hunter recipes, which may be better known to some as seaweed.

Very few dog food brands currently utilize Kelp, but some examples include Ziwi Peak, K9 Natural, and Stella & Chewys.

Kelp can be included in dog food as a binding agent to keep food in a consistent texture and appearance, but it is more likely included for its potential health benefits.

Kelp has a surprisingly high level of plant-based protein and contains unusual minerals such as Iodine.

You can learn more about Kelp and its use in the pet food industry in our article Kelp In Pet Food.

Little Hunter Animal Testing

At this time, we have no information on whether Little Hunter participates in invasive or laboratory testing of animals.

However, given Little Hunter’s small scale and branding, we believe it is unlikely that they do. It would be ideal if Little Hunter clarified their testing approach on their website to assure existing and potential customers.

Regardless, we are firmly against the use of invasive or laboratory testing for the production of pet food recipes and hope that any brands that continue to do so end this practice as soon as possible.

Little Hunter Recalls

Based on our research (FDAAVMADogFoodAdvisor), we can find no evidence that leads us to believe that Little Hunter dog food recipes have ever undergone a recall, which makes Little Hunter a recall-free dog food brand.

However, given that Little Hunter is a highly young brand and is so far selling small volumes of dog food, this recall-free record isn’t a huge shock.

Regardless, we hope they can maintain high quality and safety standards to maintain this recall-free record in the coming months and years.

Nevertheless, we always encourage dog owners to be vigilant of any future recalls from Little Hunter or other dog food brands to ensure their dogs remain healthy and safe.

Best of Little Hunter

Raw Salmon & Whitefish Recipe Review

Little Hunter Raw Salmon & Whitefish Recipe

While we regularly have a preference for seafood-based recipes, the Raw Salmon and Whitefish recipe from Little Hunter is one of the best we’ve ever reviewed.

It includes a considerable portion of Salmon, Whitefish, and Ground Krill, all of which are high-quality seafood-based ingredients.

These help to provide a minimum of 49% protein and 37% fat, which is unheard of in the industry and shows that almost the entire recipe is protein and fat-based.

While it isn’t listed on Little Hunter’s website, we can speculate that the portion of the Omega 3 Fatty Acids in this recipe is also extremely high.

These fatty acids can provide many health benefits to dogs, including an improvement in the condition of their skin and coat and reduced inflammation.

The little plant-based content found in this recipe comes from tiny portions of Carrots, Kale, Blueberries, Sweet Potatoes, and Guava.

These ingredients provide a very modest portion of carbohydrates, some dietary fiber, and a range of beneficial vitamins and minerals.

Little Hunter Featured Articles

To date, Little Hunter has not been featured in any of our articles.

Little Hunter Full Product Range

Raw Dog Food

Raw Rabbit Recipe

Raw Chicken Recipe

Raw Beef Recipe

Raw Salmon & Whitefish Recipe

Dog Treats

Beef Liver Treats

Chicken Breast Treats

Chicken Heart Treats

Duck Morsel Treats