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Grandma Lucy's Natural Pet Food and Treats



Hey Neighbors!

Grandma Lucy's has offered us for review several types of their freeze-dried, grain free dog food.  We also received 3 different types of treats.  The girls are really spoiled!  Wait until you see some of the pictures of them eating the food!

We are going to start with the treats.  We have the Organic Tiny Tidbits, Cinnamon flavor, Tiny Tidbits, Cheeseburgers, and Freeze Dried Roasted Chicken.  Both of the Tiny Tidbits are labeled for dogs, but the Roasted Chicken are for cats too!  When I opened the bag of Cinnamon Tiny Tidbits, all I could think of was Snickerdoodle cookies.  They even look like little Snickerdoodle cookies.  They are small and could easily be used for rewards for training.  The Cheeseburger Tiny Tidbits look like little meatballs.  They are a bit crunchier than the cinnamon.  The Roasted Chicken look exactly like what they are, freeze-dried chicken,  The girls loved all of them.



I had an audience the whole time I was preparing the Artisan, grain-free, natural dog food.  My daughter even said it smelled like something we would eat.  We received sample packets, so I did not even have to measure them, I just poured them in the dish, added water, stirred it up and then let it sit for a few minutes.  The girls stood around the watching me.  Once it was ready, I actually gave them bites from a fork.  They took turns.  We then put it on a plate and allowed them to finish it off.  I gave them the Artisan Venison and the Pure Formance Lamb


The Artisan Venison has venison, potatoes, carrots, celery, blueberries, cranberries, apples, bananas, pumpkin, vitamin and minerals.  You can see the carrots and celery in the pictures.  The Lamb has lamb, chickpeas, flax, carrots, celery, apples, bananas, blueberries, cranberries, pumpkin, papaya, spinach, garlic, rosemary, vitamins and minerals.  They loved both of them.  It is really nice to be able to feed them quality food that does not contain grain, by-products and preservatives.  You can see several of the ingredients in the freeze-dried food.



From Grandma Lucy's:
Our ingredients and philosophy have not changed since we began in 1999. We remain committed to using only human-grade ingredients from local restaurant suppliers. If it is not good enough for human’s to eat, it will never be included in our food or treats – Grandma Lucy’s pets eat better than people! We know that not everyone has time to cook for their pets. We provide you with food and treats you can trust and feel comfortable feeding to
your pets because everyone at Grandma Lucy’s is a concerned and loving pet parent.






If you are interested in allowing your pet to try Grandma Lucy's, they have trial sizes you can order for $1 for a 1.5 ounce sample.  Shipping is $1.95 on four samples.


Grandma Lucy's also has a special Frequent Diners Program.
We have introduced a new Frequent Diner Program in celebration of our 13th
Birthday.  With the purchase of 12 bags of our food, send in the UPC codes
to receive the 13th bag for free.  Find more information at
http://www.grandmalucys.com/13thbirthday.html   From this site, print a form
(step #2)


I think our Shelties would recommend Grandma Lucy's if they could speak.  Each one enjoyed eating the samples of Grandma Lucy's.

One reader will be receiving a bag of the newest flavor of Organic Baked Dog Treats.

Follow Grandma Lucy's on their social media pages.
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Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Darlene said…
My dogs would love the Tiny Tidbits Pot Roast -
Snack Size Meatball Treats for Dogs
Sandra VanHoey said…
Artisan chicken I think they would like
Linda Szymoniak said…
I have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds and they will eat just about anything, but I'd love to try both the bison and venison dog foods, and for treats the Tiny Tidbits Cheeseburgers sound like something they'd really like.
Marisa said…
I think our Sheltie would love the Artisan Venison and Bison flavors.
Shelley P said…
What a great selection of products! I think my dogs would love the Tiny Tidbits Chicken Parmesan meatballs the best. They sound awesome!
Marti Tabora said…
I think my dog would like the Freeze-Dried Pork treats. Thank you for the chance.
Freeze dried roasted chicken
Joanne said…
They would love Organic Apple treats.
molly pitcher said…
My pups would love the Freeze-Dried Sweet Potatoes. They love their veggies!
Heather Dawn said…
My dogs would love the Organic Blueberry treats.
007blond said…
I think my dogs would like the
Snack Size Meatball Treats for Dogs.
My Girl Gumbo would love to try Grandma Lucy treats!
My dogs would love all the treats but especially the pumpkin one and the Sweet Potato & Banana one!

Angela Rhodes Ingles

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