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Introducing Lucky Dog Cuisine

Lucky Dog Cuisine was developed not only because we love dogs, but because we believe that health comes from the inside out, which is why our food contains no preservatives, chemicals, damaged meats or moldy grains (unlike many commercial pet foods). In fact, once you find out what’s in a lot of commercial dog food, you’ll never want to go back.

We gently cook our locally sourced meats and combine them with freshly steamed vegetables, healthy grains, fruit and other good stuff. Our recipes are made in small batches, and then frozen in freezer-friendly, 1 lb packages.

Lucky Dog Cuisine is a family run company – based in Toronto, Ontario and Hardeeville, South Carolina. We love hearing from you personally, which is why we deliver right to your doorstep.  Convenient, healthy and easy – we give you more quality time with your best friend.

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Special Offer

Lucky Dog Cuisine is available through a customizable subscription program. Register now and receive 50% off your first delivery plus a free 6oz bag of Lucky Dog Cuisine's all natural cookies.
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We are vet recommended

Veterinarian Dr Patrick Mahaney has been a fan of Lucky Dog Cuisine for years!

We are approved by Susan Thixton

Susan Thixton, author of the fantastic 'Truth About Pet Food' website has included Lucky Dog Cuisine on her exclusive list of approved pet foods.

Recent Blog Posts

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Introducing Rousseau, Lucky Dog of the Month!

June 21st, 2017|0 Comments

  Hello everyone! My full name is Jean-Jacques Rousseau Pritchard, but I go as Rousseau (or Rou) for short. I’m a French Bulldog, and I turned four years old this month. I live in Toronto, [...]

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Keeping Your Dog Healthy Into Fall

September 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Summer is starting to ease it's way into fall and we can forget that even though it's not hot anymore, there are still potential dangers lurking for our dogs. As leaves begin to change colour [...]

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Heat Stroke in Dogs Part 2

August 18th, 2016|0 Comments

In our last post, we taught you how to recognize the signs of heat stroke in your dog. Now, we're going to teach you what to do if your dog does have heat stroke. There [...]