About Us

About Us



About Company:

GGC Healthy Paws, LLC, located in Willingboro, New Jersey, is a leading provider of all natural, homemade dog treats and food. Not only are they healthy and nutritious, but they also come in a wide range of fun flavors and styles. In addition to treats, we also provide an extensive selection of dog toys and accessories.  

Here at GGC Healthy Paws, LLC, dogs are our passion. We are very active in promoting canine causes, and a portion of our proceeds go to the Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter Organization. If you shop with us you support this worthwhile organization.

If anyone adopts a dog from the Burlington County Animal Shelter we will give you a 50% discount on your first order of any amount. After that you will have a permanent 20% discount to thank you for saving a dog (please contact us how to acquire the discount code).

We proudly serve NJ and nationwide since May 2013.


Grace Y. Craft - Owner & President

George R. Craft - V-ce President of Public Relations



About Petey:

When his daddy was dying of terminal cancer in May of 2013 we promised to him that Petey (then 9 years old) would have a loving home to live out his last days with us. Grate Danes have a life expectancy of 8 - 10 years so he was an old boy. We kept him as comfortable as we could. He was showing his advanced age - weak, slow, not in good balance. For the beginning we kept him on his regular diet. As he got worse, we decided to change his diet to what we feed Roxy & Hope - our homemade fresh raw food. The improvement was almost immediate. He got stronger, his energy increased and he started to actually run and play with the girls on the backyard. Over 2 years later, now almost 12 years old boy is still going strong and happy. 

Enjoy the video of Petey.


Update: Sadly we lost Petey on 08/27/2015.                                 

He passed away peacefully at home running thru the Rainbow Bridge to his late daddy Mike. 








About Roxy:

This is where it all began. We had lost 3 dogs to cancer prior to bringing Roxy into our lives. We fell so instantly in love with that little, curious puppy (she was about 6 weeks young in June of 2011). It frightened us that she could get harmed so we studied and did lots of research about proper nutritions for dogs and put her on a fresh raw diet of our homemade food. 

For treats we started simple, peanut butter biscuits. Friends asked us to make some for their pets and we grew from there. We started to add fruits, veggies and other ingredients that are on the super food list for dogs. From plain humble peanut butter biscuits we created a wide selection of top-of-the-line dog treats. 

Our goal is to share the love we have for our furbabies with yours by offering the same high quality food and treats. Every batch is freshly made to order with veggies and fruits from our organic garden or local farms.



About Hope:

In July of 2013 we were sharing Friends of Burlington County Shelter post on Facebook about adoptable dogs and noticed a sad looking Belgian Malinois, her name was Hazel. We immediately went to the shelter to see her. Our hearts sank when we saw the bad shape she was in. She was dropped off to the shelter because she was sick. She had been tied in the yard for her entire 6 1/2 years life. She had mange, ears & skin infections and so much hair loss. Our first impression was that we couldn't afford her neccessary vet care, but when we looked into her desperate, sad eyes we knew we couldn't afford not to take her home. After proper medication, bathing and regular brushing she started to improve immediately. A good diet with our homemade fresh raw food, lots of love and in a few weeks she turned into the lovely, well mannered lady. We gave her a new name - Hope to celebrate her renewed hope in life.











Good St. Francis, you loved all of God's creatures. To you they were your brothers and sisters.

Help us to follow your example of treating every living thing with kindness.

St. Francis, Patron Saint of animals, watch over my pets and keep my companions safe and healthy.