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Are dog treats actually healthy?

If you're looking at this page, chances are you absolutely love your dog and want to give them the best life by spoiling them rotten with lots of walks, hugs and treats. Now, we all know hugs are great mentally and walks are great physically but are dog treats actually healthy for your canine friend? It's a fairly simple question and we think it deserves a fairly simple answer: Yes they are and they bloody well should be healthy. We don't want to be naming names but we're not a fan of the big 'ole companies products that are bought and sold in supermarkets throughout Australia. They have all sorts of additives, enhancers, flavourings and preservatives as well as a huge amount of...

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How to make our DIY Doggy Cupcakes

We have made baking treats for your furry best friend easy peasy! Grab one of our DIY doggy cupcake mixes and then there are just five simple steps to follow.They're so simple even your dog could make them.*Dogs must be supervised in the kitchen at all times.   We understand that a lot of people would love to make homemade treats for their dogs but just don’t know where to start and we wanted to change that. It can be a  daunting task if you are unaware of what ingredients can be used in their treats with the thought of potentially making them ill looming over you.  All of our recipes include safe, human-grade ingredients so you don’t have to do any thinking yourself. Just...

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The benefits of our ingredients

   Everything we use in our products has been chosen for a purpose. Dogs can benefit greatly from eating whole foods, as long as its in moderation.Below is a list of the main ingredients we use in our DIY doggy cupcakes and doggy biccys as well as the wonderful roles they play in our doggies little bodies.    Almond Flour:  High in plant-based protein  Gluten-free  Grain-free  Low in carbohydrates  Good source of macronutrients   Cholesterol free  Contains vitamin E, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc & potassium    Chickpea flour:  Gluten-free   High in plant-based protein and fibre  Low in carbohydrates  Contains Vitamin B6, B9 (folate), iron, manganese, magnesium, potassium, selenium and zinc    Oats:  High-quality protein   High in vitamin B5 and vitamin B9  An excellent source of soluble fibre - helps...

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