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OUR INGREDIENTS

Caution: Our treats contain oat flour and are not guaranteed gluten-free/grain-free. Our kitchen handles nut products, dairy, and fruit. However, all ingredients have been carefully researched to ensure safety for dogs.

Apples/Applesauce

Apples are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and antioxidants and are also full of fiber, which helps dogs maintain a healthy weight and also assists with their digestion. 

Bananas

Bananas are completely safe for dogs and are good for them.  They are high in potassium, biotin and fiber.  Bananas also contain vitamin B6 and vitamin C.

Carrots

Carrots are a great low-calorie source of fiber and beta-carotine, which produces vitamin A.  They are also a great source of potassium, calcium, magnesium, as well as vitamins B, C, D, E and K.

Chickpea Flour

Chickpea flour is an excellent source of protein and fiber for dogs. Protein helps to build (and repair) muscle tissue and helps with maintaining a healthy immune system.  Fiber aides in digestion (and also helps keep your dog full for longer, which is great if you need to watch your pup’s weight!)  It is also grain-free.

Oat Flour

Oat flour is nutritionally dense and contains vitamin B1, folate and phosphorus, all beneficial ingredients for canine health.  Oat is also relatively easy to digest, making it a great ingredient for dog treats.

Peanut Butter

Regular peanut butter is safe for dogs, provided it does not have the sugar substitute found in sugar-free peanut butter, Xylitol, which is bad for dogs.  Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, vitamin B, vitamin E and healthy fats.

Peaches

When cut up in small pieces (or a puree) the flesh (flesh only!) is safe for your dog.  In fact, peaches are a great source of vitamin A and fiber.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin is considered a SUPERFOOD for dogs.  It has essential micronutrients and fiber and is a very nutritious treat.  It is a natural stomach soother, used to both reduce diarrhea as well as relieve constipation, pumpkin is great!

 

FYI – some feedback we received on our pumpkin treats was that the dogs developed a bit of gas.  If your dog has any issues with their tummy the pumpkin will help, the gas was likely a result of the pumpkin helping the tummy rid itself of whatever was bothering it!

Salmon

Salmon is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids.  Omega-3’s support the immune system and decrease inflammation. Additionally, the omega-3 fatty acids in salmon can support your dog’s coat, keeping it looking shiny and healthy.  Salmon is also a great source of protein.

 

Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a low-cal, nutrient rich food.  Tomatoes provide vitamins A and C to support a healthy immune system, potassium for proper muscle function and antioxidants that help reduce the risk of illness.

Whole Oats

Oats are a great heart-healthy food containing fiber, vitamin B, zinc and iron.  The high fiber content supports weight management and the healthy vitamins and minerals are great for your dog’s coat and skin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOURCES:

AKC – Expert Advice

Hills Pet

Pet MD

Our 
Baking Process

In addition to the above ingredients, we use the following:

  • Eggs

  • Bacon

  • Non-Fat Milk

  • Baking Powder

  • Chicken

  • Bacon

 

We use no other "fillers" and use only ingredients deemed safe by the AKC and veterinarians.  

The amount of bacon used will not significantly impact the health of a dog. Too much bacon can be an issue, we add only 2 strips of bacon to an entire batch of cookies, which should not pose a problem for your pup.

All ingredients are listed on the package and you can view the actual products & nutritional values here:

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