TV Personality Randy Jackson Teams Up with Lucy Pet
Musician, producer and TV personality Randy Jackson and Brandon McMillan, a three-time Emmy-winning TV host and dog trainer, have joined forces to bring breakthrough nutrition to dogs and cats with Lucy Pet Products Formulas for Life pet foods. Jackson and McMillan are headlining a campaign to launch sales on Amazon and Chewy.com and in select stores across the country.
“I love dogs… they are an important part of my family and give unconditional love,” Jackson said. “Keeping pets healthy with the best food possible is everything, and I’ve recently learned that prebiotics are very important in helping dogs and cats live a healthier life. These formulas were developed by the leading expert in gut health, Dr. George C. Fahey, and I truly believe that Lucy Pet Formulas for Life are the best you can do for your pet.”
Jackson became a household name serving as a judge on Fox Network’s “American Idol” TV series, but he is an entrepreneur whose experience spans beyond music and entertainment. Jackson became a partner at Lucy Pet because he was inspired by the Lucy Pet Foundation. He wanted to create a movement for truth, transparency and higher-quality pet food for the better health of animals, according to the company.
McMillan spoke about why he has teamed up with Lucy Pet Products.
“I have a training ranch where over a hundred dogs pass through every year,” he said. “I’ve been feeding Lucy Pet Formulas for Life food to every one of them for over a year, and the dogs have thrived. They love it, and I love it because I know they are getting great nutrition. Good nutrition is a vital and very underrated element to a dog’s behavior and brain function while being trained.
“What’s also important to me is that the sales of these foods help support the Lucy Pet Foundation, which has performed over 21,000 free spay and neuters in low income areas,” he continued. “Lucy Pet helps reduce pet overpopulation and the needless euthanasia of over 60,000 dogs and cats a week in the United States.”
McMillan, host of the “Lucky Dog” TV series on CBS, has worked on hundreds of Hollywood productions, training everything from tigers and bears to primates, wolves and, of course, dogs. In 2012, he co-founded The Argus Service Dog Foundation, a nonprofit that rescues shelter dogs and trains them to become service dogs for disabled veterans.
“We are very excited to have Randy and Brandon join Lucy Pet to bring our Formulas for Life to pet lovers,” said Joey Herrick, president and founder of Lucy Pet in Westlake Village, Calif. “These foods have breakthrough nutritional advancements and will actually help pets build a stronger immune system to stay active and have overall better health. Their bodies will have long-term health benefits from a healthy gut, especially as they age.”