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Grandma Lucy's Artisan Lamb Dry Dog Food


Grandma Lucy's Artisan Lamb Dry Dog Food



Average Customer Rating: 3.4 out of 5
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Grandma Lucy's Artisan Lamb Dry Dog Food is a grain free, freeze dried formula. All Grandma Lucy's Products are:

* USA Originated Ingredients
* Grain-Free Recipes
* USDA Meat
* Human-Grade Ingredients
* Hormone and Antibiotic Free Meats
* No By-Products
* Tough Standards
* All Products Made in Their California Facility

Grandma Lucy's Artisan Lamb Dry Dog Food Ingredients
USDA Lamb, Potatoes, Flax, Carrots, Celery, Apples, Blueberry, Cranberries, Garlic, Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Niacin, Iron, Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Riboflavin, Thiamin, Potassium, Manganese, Chloride, Copper, Magnesium, Pyridoxine, Cyanocobalamin

Grandma Lucy's Artisan Lamb Dry Dog Food Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (min): 26%
Crude Fat (min): 14%
Crude Fiber (max): 5.6%
Moisture (max): 7.6%
Calcium: 1%
Phosphorus: 0.47%
Magnesium: 0.16%


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1. rita on 12/28/2011, said:

I have been looking for something like this. But they have garlic as an ingredient. Called them on the phone (very nice people) but they insist on garlic. I did research online regarding garlic. It is not recommended to give garlic to a dog on a daily/regular basis. Unfortunate because they can do without the garlic in this item and wish they would. I would seriously become a regular customer. I hope they get to read this and I hope more people have something to say so they will actually reconsider the garlic. I also read some horrifying reports online regarding ROSEMARY and dogs and I notice that they put rosemary in some of their other flavors.
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2. Anonymous User on 11/5/2010, said:

Many dogs are allergic to potatoes. It creates havoc in their intestinal system and this product main ingredient is potatoes!
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3. Anne on 9/21/2010, said:

We just returned from a 9 day backpacking trip with our cattle dog. I purchased this food to keep the weight low, as our dog carries her own in her saddle bags. For 9 days we measured out 1.5lbs of food. It hydrates very quickly with warm water, smells delicious, and our dog just devoured it!! Since she needed extra energy being in the mountains, my only complaint is that I wish there were more chunks of meat. I think next time I'll purchase a bag of the meat medalions to add to each serving, to help keep my dog's energy up. I'll totally buy this again!
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4. Denise on 7/25/2010, said:

This is one of the few foods I have been able to find that my dog can tolerate without itching
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5. Nancy on 6/25/2010, said:

I've been to vets regarding my dog's allergic skin disease and they recommended D/D Rx Science Diet. I was going to try it, however, I went to a store called the Healthy Pet Pantry and was informed that these diets contain toxins (?). Anyway I purchased Grandma Lucy's at that store hoping it would help as they convinced me it was a naturally nutritous diet and that Hills puts there products in veteranarian clinics around the country and encourage the vets to sell this food, obviously so they can profit from the sales. So, I'm going the natural route to see if this can benefit my dog. Am also including some natural canned food with no grains added. And only natural protein sources. In addition I'm adding omega 3 and omega 6 fish oils to their diet. I am continuing my allergic scottie on antibiotics to try to help combat a bacterial the vet says he has even the sales lady at the Healthy Pet Pantry doesn't believe in that. I saw my vet yesterday and mentioned Grandma Lucy's and she had no idea what it was. And when I mentioned the Healthy Pet Pantry, she kinda guffawed and said they can be pretty convincing with their sales pitch, and it was. I'm going to give the grain-free natural diet a try, although my vet did tell me she would get me a recipe for a home-made diet to also try. She didn't seem to impressed with the Healthy Pet Pantry and what they sold.
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