Tucker’s Dog Food

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Tucker’s Raw Frozen was started in 2009 when the owners started selling raw diets out of the back of their truck in Wisconsin and Illinois. The popularity of the treats allowed the owners to expand to more treat lines and eventually a line of dog food.


The products are made at a USDA-grade facility in Wisconsin using human-grade raw ingredients.

Tucker’s Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Tucker’s Complete and Balanced – Pork, Beef and Pumpkin Blend, Tucker’s Tatanka XXL Bison Bone, Tucker’s Lamb Femur Single, Tucker’s Bison, Tucker’s Beef Toy Breed, Tucker’s Pork-Bison Formula
Cost: $$
Company: Raw Basics, LLC
Headquarters: Wisconsin
Contact info: (800) 219-3650, email, website

Has Tucker’s Ever Been Recalled?

Yes. In early March 2018, a single lot (540 pounds) of Tucker’s raw frozen dog food was recalled following a positive test for salmonella by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture. Full details of this recall appear below.

List of Tucker’s Dog Food Recalls

March 2018

Cause: Potential for salmonella. Announcement: FDA report dated March 6, 2018 (archived here). What was recalled: 5 lb. boxes of Tucker’s Pork-Bison Formula raw frozen dog food with UPC #072635520017, Lot #27717 and best by date of April 17, 2019.

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