This month, get great savings on Grandma Lucy’s Artisan™ and Pureformance™ Freeze-Dried Foods for Dogs and Cats, as well as Freeze Dried Singles Treats.
Grandma Lucy’s was created in 1999 when an 11 year old Cocker Spaniel, Lucy, started getting picky and developed allergies. She loved her home-cooked meals, featuring the same quality ingredients her human family was eating. So Eric and Breann created their own food and treats line and began selling it out of their Orange County, California home base. Fast forward 16 years later and their dedication to quality and ingredients hasn’t wavered.
Artisan™ Freeze-Dried, Grain-Free food uses only the finest, all-natural ingredients and is fortified with the vitamins and minerals your pet needs. To prepare, you just mix it with warm water and allow the food to rehydrate before serving. This food is great for those looking to switch to a less processed food than kibble and who want to save on the cost and space needed for canned food. It is light weight and easy to prepare, making it perfect for traveling with your furry friend.
Pureformance™ Freeze-Dried, Grain-Free food that features a delicious selection of unique proteins such as Chicken, Lamb or Rabbit are accompanied by highly nutritious chickpeas, fruits and vegetables. Chickpeas are valued for their high protein and extremely low glycemic index, making this a perfect choice for pets with allergies and yeast problems.
Grandma Lucy’s Freeze-Dried Singles Dog Treats feature one ingredient—meat—so they are perfect for pets with allergies or sensitivities. Available in Pork, Chicken and Albacore, these treats are all-natural and grain free, with no added artificial preservatives, flavors, colors, hormones, antibiotics or GMOs. These treats are the perfect size for training or adding to an interactive puzzle. They can also be crumbled over food as an amazing flavor enhancer.
Valid in-store, on in-stock merchandise only. Discount taken at register. Cannot be combined with any other offer or coupon. Valid through August 31, 2016.