Meghan and Django
I love telling people that cooking for my dogs is a family tradition, dating back for generations. I love sharing the story of how I accidentally brought back a container full of Lucky Dog to my dorm with me during undergrad, instead of the leftover Thanksgiving fixings, and turning the food into tacos for my friends. I love hearing about clients whose picky dogs wouldn’t eat regularly until they tried our food. I love seeing a dog do the “Lucky Dog Dance” as they wait for their food in the microwave, the tasty aromas already tantalizing their nostrils. But most importantly, I love being a part of something that’s bigger than me. Our business is about doing what’s best for every member in your family, including the four legged ones.
So take a look at our website, explore, learn and discover why we believe Lucky Dog Cuisine is not just about food, but a good life as well. Like our parent company, Lucky Dog Cuisine Inc., my mom, Dr. Janice Elenbaas, and I, are here for you seven days a week, 365 days a year. Because your dog’s health doesn’t take a vacation.
President, Lucky Dog Cuisine Canada