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Gourmet, Homemade Meals for Dogs

“Sunday Brunch” Meals

A Whole Sunday Brunch All in One Meal

Only wholesome, natural ingredients that you can actually see go in our Pet Meals.  No more guessing what your pet is eating or where it came from.  We tell you everything about what is in our Pet Meals and tell you the unsavory truth about the ingredients other companies use.  You are careful about what your family eats and how your food is made....your pets deserve the same love and care.

What we use to make our Pet Meals

Here's our Pantry List:

  • Fresh Ground Beef
  • Fresh Ground Chicken
  • Fresh Ground Pork
  • Fresh Salmon
  • Fresh Ground Turkey
  • Fresh Beef Liver
  • Fresh Chicken Liver
  • Beef Broth
  • Chicken Broth
  • Vegetable Broth
  • Fresh Whole Eggs
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Unsweetened Peanut Butter
  • Brown Rice
  • Quinoa
  • Fresh Spinach
  • Green Beans
  • Black Beans
  • Fresh Zucchini
  • Fresh Sweet Potatoes
  • Fresh Parsley
  • Fresh Carrots
  • Pumpkin
  • Coconut Oil
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Olive Oil
  • Powdered Egg Shell
  • Flaxseed
  • Rosemary
  • Water
  • Vitamin D Supplement
  • Vitamin K Supplement
  • Vitamin B12 Supplement
  • Choline Chloride Supplement
  • Zinc Sulfate Supplement
  • Copper Sulfate Supplement

Why do we use it? Because it's good for your pet.....

Fresh Ground Beef - A lean meat that helps dogs build muscle. Rich in amino acids, zinc, iron, minerals and vitamins. High in Selenium, which benefits the immune system, and high in protein.


Fresh Ground Chicken - Chicken is considered a lean meat and it provides many benefits to our canine companions. Dogs need protein as a main energy source, and chicken provides that boost without a big calorie count.  Poultry builds lean muscle mass in dogs and delivers Omega 6 fatty acids that help sustain healthy skin and shiny coats. It’s also a great source of essential amino acids and glucosamine, which helps promote bone health.


Fresh Ground Pork - Dogs can eat cooked pork safely in moderate quantities. It provides them with quality protein and B12, both of which are necessary for the maintenance of healthy muscles and a number of other important bodily processes.  Pork is almost completely made out of protein. In fact, it contains about 81% protein.  Pork is a decent source of vitamin C, niacin, phosphorus, and zinc. It is also a very good source of vitamin B12, iron, and selenium.


Fresh Salmon - Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which support the immune system, may decrease inflammation, and can keep your dog’s coat looking shiny and healthy. It’s also a good protein source. In fact, salmon is a common ingredient in high-quality dog foods. If your dog is allergic to more common sources of protein, like chicken, salmon may be a good alternative.


Fresh Ground Turkey - Turkey is a lean, white meat that helps dogs build muscle. It is also a highly digestible protein source for dogs and is rich in nutrients like protein, riboflavin, and phosphorous. . In addition, turkey-based pet foods may provide an alternative option for dogs with food sensitivities or food allergies to beef or chicken-based recipes.


Beef Liver - High in protein, iron, zinc, folate, essential fats and vitamins A, C, D, E and K as well as B6 and B12. The fat content makes it especially good for young, growing or underweight dogs. Vitamin A plays an important role in support-ting eye health, and all dogs need high quantities of protein to remain healthy. While high doses of liver can be harmful, the amount in “Sunday Brunch” is carefully portioned to eliminate those risks.


Chicken Liver - Chicken liver contains 10 to 100 times the nutrients of muscle meat.  You know—the stuff that’s normally eaten such as hamburger, chicken breast, etc.  It has a large amount of vitamin A, several B vitamins, iron, trace minerals, and CoQ10.  Chicken liver is high in protein, fat and vitamin A.  Its high fat content makes it a particularly good choice for young, growing dogs and underweight dogs.  Vitamin A plays an important role in supporting eye health, and all dogs need high quantities of protein to remain healthy.


Beef Broth - Good for pets experiencing joint trouble and can help soothe a pet’s stomach when it is upset. Great for dogs because of the healthy acids. Broths contain glycine, which is an amino acid that helps your dog’s liver and kidneys to detox. Broths also contain collagen and help boost naturally occurring collagen production which is good for joints.


Chicken Broth - Chicken broth is loaded with glycosaminoglycans and you might even be familiar with one of them: glucosamine.  Not only does chicken broth contain amazing amounts of glucosamine, it’s also packed with other joint protecting compounds like chondroitin and hyaluronic acid.

Moreover, the glycosaminoglycans from chicken broth are resistant to digestion and are absorbed in their intact form -- they act like hormones, stimulating cells called fibroblasts, which lay down collagen in the joints, tendons, ligaments, and even the arteries.


Vegetable Broth - Although it's true the collagen and gelatin (which are good for healthy skin and nails) found in bone broths are missing from vegetable broth, it does meet a myriad of nutritional needs and is full of magnesium, potassium and numerous trace minerals.  Vegetable broth is especially nourishing for those in cancer therapy, which often depletes those minerals and it allows the body to refresh and restore itself.  Vegetable broth boosts immunity, is very hydrating and is loaded with phytochemicals, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and vital minerals found in the vegetables and herbs that work together to help keep the disease switch turned OFF.

Eggs - High in protein and contain many essential amino acids and fatty acids. Eggs are a good source of vitamin A, riboflavin, folate, vitamin B12, iron, and selenium. Eggs also can help settle an upset stomach.


Cheddar Cheese - Cheese is an exceptional source of vitamins (vitamin A and B-complex vita-mins), minerals (such as calcium and phosphorus which maintain the structure and strength of your dog’s bones and teeth), essential fatty acids and protein.


Unsweetened Peanut Butter - Peanut butter is safe for dogs to eat, and in moderation peanut butter can be an excellent source of protein and healthy fats, vitamins B and E, and niacin.  The peanut butter used by Lucky Pet for their dog meals and treats is ground from fresh, unsalted peanuts and has absolutely no added sugar or sweeteners.


Whole Grain Brown Rice - Brown rice has high levels of antioxidants which help support and maintain blood sugar levels in your dog’s system. Brown rice is also very high in fiber, manganese, magnesium, and selenium (all of which support your dog’s energy levels), calcium, iron and riboflavin along with vitamins D and B which are essential to heart health.


Quinoa -

Fresh Baby Spinach - Contains large amounts of vitamins A, B, C, E and K. Also contains iron, antioxidants, beta-carotene, and roughage, which stimulates the digestive tract.


Fresh Green Beans - Full of important vitamins and minerals such as protein, iron, calcium and vitamins B6, A, C and K. Also full of fiber and are low in calories.

Black Beans -


Fresh Zucchini - A nutrient dense vegetable that is rich in potassium and vitamin C. Also packed with folate, manganese, magnesium, beta-carotene, calcium, vitamin B6, and vitamin K. It’s high content of vitamin C provides antioxidants and can be an anti-inflammatory. Zucchini also contains lutein and zeaxanthin which help with healthy eyesight.


Fresh Sweet Potato - A rich source of fiber, vitamins C and B6, potassium, calcium, and iron, among many other essential vitamins and minerals. Contains beta-carotene, an anti-oxidant, that helps reduce the risk of certain types of cancer while simultaneously providing protection against heart disease. Sweet potatoes also help encourage regular, healthy bowel movements.


Fresh Parsley - High in dietary fiber which promotes healthy digestion by keeping food moving through the digestive tract, and acts as a diuretic, removing excess fluid from body tissues to promote urinary and kidney health, and can lower blood pressure. High in protein and vitamins A, C, B1, B2 and K and contains a variety of trace minerals. Parsley is antimicrobial and carminative. It is also anti-inflammatory and can help dogs with inflammatory issues such as arthritis and cancer. Almost as important, parsley is a remarkable breath freshener because it is effective in preventing bacteria and other germs to multiply in the dog’s mouth. NOTE: Parsley should NOT be fed to pregnant dogs as it can stimulate the uterus.


Fresh Carrots - Rich in vitamin A, providing a host of nutritional benefits to your dog. The rich beta-carotene supports eye health and carrots also assist in supporting a thriving immune system and healthy skin and coat. Also contains just the right amount of sodium.


Pureed Pumpkin - A great source of fiber and helps with digestive regularity. If your dog is experiencing constipation or diarrhea, pumpkin may help ease these stomach issues. Pumpkin contains vitamin A, potassium and fiber help with eye health, your dog’s immune system and a healthy skin and coat.

Coconut Oil - Helps provide a sleek and glossy coat and reduces allergic reactions. It also can help clear up eczema and prevent and treat yeast and fungal infections.


Sunflower Oil -


Olive Oil - High in monosaturated fats (can help break down the fat inside of the fat cells and help shed pounds). Helps keep skin and fur healthy, improves the immune system and provides a brain boost.


Powdered Eggshell - An important source of calcium to balance the phosphorus in a dog’s diet. Calcium is critical to maintain healthy bones and teeth.


Ground Flaxseed - Flaxseed is an extremely healthy food because it is loaded with essential fatty acids like omega-3. Omega-3 is otherwise known as alpha linolenic acid, or ALA, and has been shown to be an important factor in a dog’s good health. Omega-3 essential fatty acids, in particular, contribute to cell function, cell membrane structure, immune function, the health of your dog’s skin and coat, normal reproduction, and even the growth of your dog.


Ground Rosemary - A powerful and natural food preservative, rosemary is also an antimicrobial that fights fungi and bacteria when added to your dog’s diet. In addition, rosemary is a good source of vitamin B6, calcium, potassium, iron, copper, magnesium and manganese and it helps support a healthy digestive system and heart function.


Water - While water itself does not contain any nutrients or vitamins, Lucky Pet uses the water that the vegetables were blanched in to infuse the vitamins and nutrients normally lost in cooking back into our meals. Food made with the right amount of water makes food more easily digestible and ensures digestion begins immediately.


Vitamin D Supplement -


Vitamin K Supplement -


Vitamin B12 Supplement -


Choline Chloride Supplement -


Zinc Sulfate Supplement -


Copper Sulfate Supplement -