Spot & Tango pet food review

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Mike Tanaka


Category rank 3

Fresh dog food delivered to your door

100% fresh, whole human-grade ingredients

Delivered right to your door

Risk-free trial


Limited to 3 ingredients as of 04/26/2023

Must order online

Today we will be reviewing Spot & Tango Unkibble dog food which is a delicious and nutritious food for dogs made from 100% natural, human-grade ingredients. 

Plus, Unkibble is a unique subscription-based dog food delivery service that provides fresh, customized pet food right to your door. Let’s dive in.

Quality Ingredients

All of Spot & Tango’s Unkibble recipes are made with 100% fresh, whole human-grade ingredients.  Their Cod and Salmon recipe’s first 5 ingredients are cod, salmon, sweet potatoes, pumpkin and sunflower seeds which is a huge plus as it does not contain any “meat meals”.

All of their recipes are formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages from puppies to adults. 


Having fresh, homemade pet food delivered directly to your door is incredibly convenient, eliminating the need to make trips to the store or prepare food yourself. To get started, you simply start taking a quick 3 minute quiz where the website will ask you about your zip code and your dog’s breed, age, activity level, etc. 

After that select from 3 recipes :

  1. beef + barley
  2. chicken + brown rice
  3. cod + salmon

And they will create a custom plan for your dog with 14 days of food to try out. 

Risk-free trial

Spot & Tango Unkibble offers a risk-free trial for pet owners who are interested in trying out the product before committing to a full subscription. If your dog doesn’t like the food, they will simply refund your money back.

Plus, they give you the first 2 weeks worth of food at 50% off, so it’s easy on the wallet and you can make an informed decision about whether Unkibble is right for your dog.