Available in  30 lb bag

Tactical Fuel 

Lucy Pet™ Tactical Fuel™ was developed with police and military handlers for their professional working dogs. It is also excellent for sport dogs. Tactical Fuel is specifically designed for the digestive support of these hard-working dogs. Lucy Pet™ Tactical Fuel™ is a premier dog food with premium chicken, brown rice, and high-quality oatmeal, which supports the endurance and power that active dogs need. This formula has the proper balance of proteins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and easily digestible carbohydrates for active dog health and a firm stool.

PREMIUM CHICKEN High-quality, premium chicken raised in the USA. No chicken by-product meals. A highly palatable source of protein.

BROWN RICE California grown brown rice is a whole grain that retains its nutrient-dense bran and germ layer.

HIGH-QUALITY OATMEAL Good source of soluble fiber and nutrients. Good for coat health and quality. Sourced from the USA.

See below what some of the police and military handlers who feed Lucy Pet Formulas to their K9 officers have to say. Click Here

How to Transition to Lucy Pet Tactical Fuel 

The key to switching foods is to do it gradually, so your dog’s digestive system can adapt to our formula and nutrients. Start by replacing 20-25% of the current food you are feeding with Lucy Pet Formulas for Life. Each day, gradually increase the amount of new food and decrease the amount of former food until your pet is eating only the new diet.

If your pet tends to have a sensitive stomach, allow up to 10-14 days to fully transition to Lucy Pet’s Formulas for Life™

In some instances, a pet can experience soft stools during the first week when you switch and transition to any new food. Lucy Pet Formulas for Life, digest easily and most pets transition smoothly. However, if your pet’s stool becomes loose, it may be necessary to transition more gradually to the new diet.

Be sure to temporarily eliminate any treats or wet food for the first few days, and follow feeding guidelines closely. Lucy Pet diets may require different feeding quantities than the food you were previously feeding.

How to Determine Feeding Portions
Utilize the feeding guideline chart below to reference the total recommended cups per day. Divide the total cups per day by the total number of times you feed your dog per day, to determine the portion size for each meal.

Be sure that a bowl of freshwater is always available to your dog. Remember that water is an essential nutrient for your dog. Always allow your pet to eat in peace, so they can relax and enjoy their food.

Recommended Feeding Portions (Based on a standard 8 oz dry measuring cup): Note these are ONLY guidelines. Adjust to keep your dog in ideal body condition. The total daily amount can be divided into more than one feeding per day.

Feeding Guide:(12+ months old up to 70lbs, and 18+ months over 70lbs)
Adult Weight in poundsDaily Feeding Amount in standard 8 oz cups
10 lbs3/4
20 lbs1 1/3 cups
30 lbs1 1/4 cups
40 lbs2 1/4 cups
60 lbs3 cups
80 lbs3 3/4 cups
100 lbs4/ 13 cups
120 lbs5 1/3 cups

Dogs over 120 lbs: Add 1/3 cup per additional 10 lbs. of body weight.

*Based on a standard 8 oz dry measuring cup

Utilize the feeding guideline chart for reference only, feeding amounts may vary by breed, age, or activity level.

When transitioning to our higher fiber diet, some noticeable changes in stool volume may occur. This reflects a more healthy digestive tract. We recommend that transitioning be done over a 5 day period. Be sure that a bowl of freshwater is always available to your dog.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein, min24.0%
Crude Fat, min15.5%
Crude Fiber, max5.0%
Moisture, max10.0%
Zinc, min –  150 ppm, Min
Vitamin E, min – 100 IU/kg
Taurine  min 0.15%
Omega 3 Fatty Acid min* 0.7%
Omega 6 Fatty Acid min* 3.0%
Calorie Content (calculated): ME=3900 kcal/kg; 440 kcal/cup

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.


Chicken, chicken meal, brown rice, brewers rice, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), dried egg, oatmeal, ground miscanthus grass, brewers dried yeast, dried plain beet pulp, natural flavor, flaxseeds, fish oil, DL-methionine, dried kelp, vitamins (vitamin E supplement, niacin, D-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, vitamin A supplement, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin D3 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement. folic acid), taurine, dried chicory root,  minerals (zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, sodium selenite, calcium iodate), choline chloride, potassium chloride, salt, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate, psyllium seed husk, citric acid (preservative), mixed tocopherols (preservative),  L-carnitine, turmeric, yucca schidigera extract, rosemary extract.

AAFCO: Lucy Pet™ Tactical Fuel™ with Chicken, Brown Rice & Oatmeal Dog Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for Adult Maintenance.


“I have been working Hi-drive high-stress police dogs for 20 years. You don’t put unleaded fuel in a race car that’s why I fuel Capone with Lucy Pet™.”

Sr. Ofc. Daniel Casson with Capone, Oxnard Police Department K-9 Unit

“Raised on Lucy Pet, Ragnar and his son, Bjorn of Ragnar6 are traveling across America meeting heroic working K9’s.  When you want the best for your dog, Lucy Pet gives you peace of mind.”

Michael Sharifi,

“Gold Coast K9 is the gold standard of police service and Corporate security K9’s. Our dogs work in all climates and stressful environments where there is a high expectation of performance to meet the needs of our working dogs and their performance begins with optimum nutrition. Our dogs have a strong appetite, healthy appearance with small and firm stools, and are maintained with Lucy Pet Foods.”

Rodney Spicer, President /Founder, Gold Coast K9

 “When I first got Glock he had a lot of soft stool issues with the kibble he was on, particularly when we were training and doing special events such as concerts and sports events. When I switched to Lucy Pet Foods™ it completely solved all digestive issues, even on training days.”

Officer Matt Bauer with Glock, CSU Fullerton Police Department, Explosive Detection