Natural dog food brand Grandma Lucy’s offers healthy pet options

Grandma Lucy’s has been making high-quality, meat-based dog food since 1999. With a variety of options, your dog will never get bored or go hungry.

By Shelby Robinson

Grandma Lucy's dog food
Photo courtesy of Grandma Lucy's

Grandma Lucy’s was started by Breann Shook when her 11-year old English Cocker Spaniel, Lucy, became a picky eater.

Breann started making Lucy homemade food and treats. Lucy liked them so much that Breann decided to share the food she was making with her community. The homemade, healthy dog food became extremely popular and is now sold all over the United States. Grandma Lucy’s was one of the first companies to make 100 percent human grade dog food.

Grandma's Lucy's Artisan Venison dog food.
Photo courtesy of Grandma Lucy's.

Grandma Lucy’s freeze dried venison dog food’s first ingredient is the highest quality USDA Venison, followed by flax, sweet potatoes and carrots.

Grandma Lucy’s food is always grain-free and made with all natural ingredients. Grandma Lucy’s Artisan line of freeze-dried dog food is easy to prepare and a small amount goes a long way. The 10-pound bag, shown above, makes 55 pounds of fresh food when prepared.

The Artisan line also has chicken-based ($76 for 10 pounds), lamb-based ($92 for 10 pounds), and a variety of other options. Browse the Grandma Lucy’s website for a variety of foods, treats, and information about all natural dog and cat food.

Grandma Lucy's Artisan Selection dog food.
Grandma Lucy's Artisan Selection. Photo courtesy of Grandma Lucy's.