by Kim Lee April 04, 2019 4 min read

Grandma Lucy’s is back with a bang!The full range of Grandma Lucy’s is now available onGood Dog People - enjoy an exclusive25% OFF launch promo on all of Grandma Lucy’s freeze dried food and treats from now till 30 June 2019!

We also took this opportunity to dive into some home cooked goodness and got into the nitty gritty of each recipe!

Grandma Lucy’s started off as a meal specially curated for Breann Shook’s (founder) 11 year old English Cocker Spaniel, Lucy, when she became a finicky eater after developing food allergies. Later, the brand expanded to share the wholesomeness that is Grandma Lucy’s with all the doggos out there.


All of Grandma Lucy’s freeze dried food and treats go through a crucialKILL STEP. It’s as murderous as it sounds - this step kills all the harmful pathogens present through a braising and blanching process, before the freeze drying takes place.

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The meat is first braised at 77 °C for 10 minutes, and vegetables are blanched for 90 seconds. Once that’s done, they’re freeze-dried to keep the enzymes viable.


Artisan was the very first freeze-dried food released by Grandma Lucy’s back in 2007 after a major pet food recall. It’s a grain-free diet that features potatoes as a base and includes many premium ingredients like flaxseed, carrots, apples, and berries! This range is easy on the stomach and serves as a good introduction to Grandma Lucy’s freeze dried recipes. Use it as a topper or feed as a complete meal.

Suitable for: Those transitioning between diets; superb for transition from kibbles.

Currently available in 2 flavours:Venison andPork!


With anti-inflammatory properties, we officially have a team Marvel in the house with the Macanna range! This one’s bursting with superfoods: hemp hearts, pinto beans, kale, and turmeric!

Benefits of superfoods:

  1. Hemp Hearts:The leader of the superfood pack - hemp hearts are rich in Omega-3 and -6 fatty acids! These seeds promote a healthy skin and coat, and has anti-inflammation properties.
  2. Pinto Beans: Highly nutritious and great for dogs with allergies - pinto beans are low in fat and high in fiber. They also lower the glycemic index in food, leaving your dog with increased and consistent energy levels!
  3. Kale: Loaded with antioxidants, Iron, Calcium, and Vitamins K, C, and A - only the good stuff!
  4. Turmeric: Known for its many health benefits, turmeric supports health all around - from the digestive system to the skin and joints!

Suitable for:Senior dogs or dogs who are immuno-compromised and need an extra boost of nutrients

Choose betweenSalmon orTurkey!


Finally, we have the ever so popular Pureformance line! Pureformance highlights the use of chickpeas as its base which contributes greatly to the low glycemic index of the food. This means consistent release of energy throughout the day - great for our high-energy friends! The unique blend of fresh meats, vegetables, fruits, vitamins and minerals also aid in lowering cholesterol and level blood sugar levels.

Thepre-mix formula is also nested under the Pureformance family. It’s designed to complement raw or home cooked diets by supplementing the necessary nutrients to make up a balance and complete meal!

Suitable for:The versatility of the Pureformance range makes it suitable for many dogs:

  • Diabetic dogs benefit from the low GI,
  • Those on a weight loss journey can enjoy low-carb deliciousness
  • The high protein content powers our young and active adult dogs
  • Pre-mix is a great supplementation to raw or home-cooked meals
  • Also rich in antioxidants for cancer prevention - all dogs can definitely benefit from this!

Spoilt for choice for Pureformance - available in 5 flavours:chicken, fish, goat, lamb, and pre-mix (meat-free)!


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3 steps and 3 mins, that’s all you need!

The convenience that comes with Grandma Lucy’s recipes is really just the cherry on top. It takes the same amount of time to cook a cup of instant ramen as it does to prepare a serving of Grandma Lucy’s! Except this is instant, healthy AND nutritious!

Potty Training 101: Housebreaking Your Dog

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Tried and tasted: Bebe gives her paws up stamp of approval to Grandma Lucy’s, 15/10 will eat again!

There’s always room for dessert! Grandma Lucy’s also has 2 luscious range of treats: the organic oven baked treats, and the freeze dried single ingredient treats.

Grandma Lucy’s Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats

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The crowd-pleaser - these Grandma Lucy’s oven baked treats are lovingly made in a bakery,NOT a factory! They come in cute bear shapes and were so yummy that we couldn’t help but sneak a piece ourselves! *Disclaimer: do this behind your dog’s back, you don’t want to get on their bad side! Available in 7 flavours: one for each day of the week!

Grandma Lucy’s Freeze Dried Single Ingredient Dog Treats

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A single ingredient treat that comes in eye-opening huge chunks - an unfamiliar sight in the freeze-dried treats category. Unlike most treats that come flaky and processed, these Grandma Lucy’s single ingredient treats look like 100% whole food. You might even eat one by accident! 5 yummy options for a satisfying bite each time!

Kim is an avid dog lover, serial guac and chips eater, and thrill seeker - all in one body. Currently chillin’ with her dogs.

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