Grandma Lucy’s Pet Food

 No recalls.

Eric and Breann Shook started Grandma Lucy’s in 1999 after Breann’s aging English Cocker Spaniel started being picky about her food and developed food allergies. The Shooks started home-cooking all of Lucy’s meals, and soon they were producing and selling treats.


People were so pleased with the treats that they asked the Shooks to start making pet food, too. The company produces pet food and treats using freeze-dried techniques and meticulous ingredient inspection.

Grandma Lucy’s Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Venison, Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Pre-Mix, Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Pork, Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Lamb, Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Chicken & Fish for cats
Cost: $$$
Company: Grandma Lucy’s
Headquarters: 30432 Esperanza, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Contact info: 800-906-5829, email, website

Has Grandma Lucy’s Ever Been Recalled?

No. This brand has not been recalled, according to our research.

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