Dakota Loves Grandma Lucy’s Dog Food

Here’s a quick look at the products we received to review from Grandma Lucy’s.  The review pack included Natural Tiny Tidbits (snack size meatball treats for dogs), Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats made with 100% Human-quality ingredients for dogs, Freeze Dried Chicken Flavored Pet treats and many trial size Artisan and pure formance freeze dried packs of dog food.  All their products were made with all natural ingredients.

Here are the flavors of freeze dried dog food that was sent to us by Grandma Lucky’s for Dakota to try.  She ate all of them quickly and didn’t leave a drop in her dish.  This was a great review for Dakota since she is very picky and won’t eat the expensive treats that the vet always tries to give her.

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Ever used freeze dried dog food?  Here is what is looks like right out of the package.  This is the chicken flavor.  It is grain-free and contains chicken, potatoes, carrots, celery, blueberries, cranberries, apples and vitamins.  My 6 year old had so much fun preparing this food for Dakota.  You add a designated amount of warm water, stir and let sit for a few minutes and then serve.  This would be great to have when you are traveling with you dog and don’t have a lot of extra room to store dog food cans in your luggage.

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Here’s the Artisan Chicken Grain Free dog food when it is ready to be served.

The dog  treats were also great.  I placed a sample of each in front of its’ bag so you could see what each treat looked like.  See the teddy bear treats in the middle, they taste great!  Yes, that’s right, I tasted them myself,  how could I not?  They were apple flavored and my boys and I all tasted them.  In fact, I had to take them away from the 6 year old because he just kept eating them!  They looked like a teddy graham cracker, with a low sugar apple taste.  These very popular Organic Baked treats come in 7 flavors ~ Pumpkin, Blueberry, Ginger, Banana/Sweet Potato, Apple, Cinnamon &  Honey.  For more questions about their products, call 800-906-LUCY.

Here’s Dakota sampling the apple flavored oven baked dog treats….MMMMMMmmmmm – thank you Grandma Lucy!

Dakota was sent this great pack of dog food and treats to use in facilitating her review.  All opinions are 100% her own.

Comments

  1. Erin Ellis says:

    I tasted a dog cookie once as it had all good ingredients and smelled so yummy. It tasted like plastic. lol!
    Erin E
    fairyfractal at gmail dot com

  2. Erin Ellis says:

    I would choose the Meatballs!

  3. Shelley P says:

    I’d love to try the pumpkin treats on the dogs.

  4. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I ate one of the dogs cinnamon rolls from the bakery. They were made from human grade ingredients, and I had no idea that they were the dogs’. Not a sweet as I would like them, but they were good.

  5. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I would get the blueberry for my dogs.

  6. Stephanie L. says:

    I don’t know anyone that has…and I wouldn’t.

  7. Cassie Korando says:

    I’ve tried homemade dog treats made with natural ingredients. It didn’t taste bad, just very underseasoned.

  8. Cassie Korando says:

    I would choose the Freeze Dried Meatball treats in Cheeseburger flavor!

  9. Christine says:

    I would not try

  10. Sure I have tried plenty of dog treats especially the ones I make at home for my dogs…….I would most certainly try dog food made from human grade ingredients if it was something I wanted to taste.

  11. Melissa Hartley says:

    I would try dog food if it was made with natural, tasty ingredients

  12. Melissa Hartley says:

    Apple or Cinnamon/Honey :)

  13. I tasted Blue Buffalo when my dog was on it for a while

  14. golden storm says:

    when i was younger i used to sneak my dogs treats they were similar to milk bone but a mixture of shapes

  15. golden storm says:

    i would choose organic honey

  16. Julie Thompson says:

    Yes I did as a dare growing up and as long as my dog likes it and is healthy I am good with the dog food

  17. never tried dog food…never will!

  18. organic honey

  19. Sandra Phillips says:

    No, I’ve never known anyone that wanted to try dog food.

  20. Sandra Phillips says:

    Banana & Sweet Potato.

  21. Id like the artisan chicken for dogs!

  22. I haven’t tried it, but I like knowing that my dog is eating human grade food.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

  23. i would pick the meatball

  24. Laura Jacobson says:

    Oh I would love to try the Honey! I think the pups would love that!

  25. I would not try it and don’t know anyone who would

  26. I would choose Banana & Sweet Potato

  27. Don’t know anyone, but my cats love doggie food.

  28. Kathryn Mcneal says:

    I’ve tried dog treats that looked like peanut butter cups and they tasted just like em. our dogs wouldn’t eat them if they were placed in from of them but as soon as they saw me eating them they wanted em.

  29. My cousin tasted a dog treat once. I tend to just stay away.

  30. Giggedygeekmum says:

    I’ve only tried the treats I’ve made. They weren’t to my taste but the dogs liked them.

  31. Giggedygeekmum says:

    I would pick the pumpkin ones.

  32. As a child in the UK there used to be a product called Choccy Drops for Dogs and yes I confess I did try them and they tasted great !!

  33. Cindy Munkelt says:

    Nope never ate dog food.

  34. Cindy Munkelt says:

    I would like to give my dog the Blueberry

  35. Erica C. says:

    I tried dog treats when I was kid…no complaints!

  36. Nichol Tone says:

    My brother did

  37. Kathryn Mcneal says:

    I’d love to try the organic pumpkin or the banana and sweet potato

  38. susan smoaks says:

    not that i know of, but i bet it’s nasty

  39. Lisa Canada says:

    Funny that would be the question as my daughter just this evening licked the ice cream treat of the dog’s and did not like it.

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