Our treats aren’t just yummy. They are packed with the same wholesome, natural foods we all eat. Every ingredient is human-grade, and organic is used whenever possible. Keep in mind, treats are not meant to cure any issue or illness your pet may have, or be a replacement for their healthy food. Consult your veterinarian if your pet’s issues persist.

NOTE: Only a few of the benefits of these ingredients are listed. Some have benefits as long as your arm! Do your own research to find out more of how these tasty options help your pet’s health.

IngredientAboutBenefits
ApplesIn addition to being delicious, apples are a great source of vitamins A, C, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, and antioxidants.Boosts skin, coat, and the immune system, and the overall health of muscles and bones.
BananaNot just sweet and tasty, bananas are a wonderful source of potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, fiber, biotin, and copper.Promotes brain health, replenishes electrolytes, and aids in skin and coat health.
BeetsRed beets are a great, natural detoxifier and can help relieve and prevent skin allergies and itchiness in dogs. They are also a healthy source of vitamin C, fiber, folate, manganese, and potassium.Helps combat inflammation, detoxifies the blood, and help keeps the body alkaline.
BlueberriesAnother ‘super food’, blueberries contain some of the highest antioxidants levels of all foods. They are a great source of fiber, vitamins like C & K, and minerals like manganese. They have an added bonus of being lower in sugar than other fruits.Antioxidants fight against free radicals (causes of cellular and molecular damage).
Brown Rice FlourNaturally gluten-free, brown rice is an excellent choice of carbohydrate: it’s full of fiber and rich in essential minerals. As a whole grain, brown rice provides slow release energy helping to stabilize blood sugar levels and reduces the risk of heart disease as well as high cholesterol.Rich in antioxidants, promotes weight loss, and helps to stabilize blood sugar levels.
Buckwheat FlourBuckwheat FlourBuckwheat really should be renamed. It’s not related to wheat at all, it’s not even a grain! It’s a seed, therefore, it is gluten free. This ‘super food’ is high in fiber and protein, low in fat, and rich in zinc, magnesium, and potassium.Aids in digestion and weight loss, helps control blood pressure, and bolsters the immune system.
CarobCarob is Nature’s alternative to chocolate. It also contains vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B6 and D, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese, and protein.Improves digestion, lowers cholesterol, and can be used to treat diarrhea.
CarrotsCarrotsCarrots are full of beta carotene, fiber, potassium, and vitamin A.Promotes healthy eyesight and immune system, improves skin, and fosters a healthier and shinier coat.
CinnamonCinnamonCinnamon not only smells amazing but has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties. It has the ability to slow or stop bacteria growth, and is anti fungal. It can also boost the body’s ability to use insulin to improve blood glucose levels.Helps to regulate blood sugar and raise insulin resistance, and works to combat yeast infections.
CoconutCoconut meat is just as healthy, if not more so, than the coconut oil alone. Coconut meat is high in lauric acid which is good at fighting off viruses.Decreases inflammation, boots the immune system, and benefits dog skin and coat.
Coconut FlourCoconut flour is high in fiber, protein, iron, and healthy fats, as well as low in sugar and carbohydrates. It is particularly healthy for diabetic dogs or dogs with high cholesterol as it helps to regulate blood sugar levels.Helps regulate blood sugar levels, improves digestive health and immune system.
Coconut OilThis versatile oil is a nutritious alternative to palm or vegetable oils. Coconut oil is a nourishing superfood that has many benefits to your pet’s health.Promotes healthy digestion, improves skin and coat, helps prevent infection, diminishes bad breath, and kills parasites.
FlaxseedFlaxseeds are loaded with healthy omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and are packed with fiber and protein.Aids in coat sheen and skin health, boosts the immune system, and assists digestion.
Garbanzo FlourThe garbanzo bean, known as chickpea, is an excellent source of protein, fiber, potassium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, copper, zinc, and phosphorus. Chickpeas also contain thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6 and calcium.Promotes digestive health, supports eye health, and aids in the regulation of blood sugar.
OatsOats are a great alternative carbohydrate for dogs who are sensitive to wheat or other grains. Oats are full of linoleic acid, a type of omega-6 fatty acid that helps keep skin strong and healthy.

The oats we use are gluten-free. We grind whole oats into oat flour for each batch.

Rich in vitamins B5 and B9, minerals such as zinc, iron, manganese, copper, folic acid and biotin (optimal for keeping fur in good condition).
PeanutsIt’s true peanuts contain a lot of fat, but the fat in peanuts are the good, healthy fats. (As long as you’re not constantly feeding your dog peanuts, they will be able to benefit from the healthy fats.)

We grind unsalted, roasted peanuts fresh with each batch.

Can improve dog’s skin and coat, and lower cholesterol.
PotatoesWhite potatoes provide vitamins (B3, B6, C, etc.), minerals (manganese, phosphorus, etc.), antioxidants (carotenoids, flavonoids, etc.) as well as potassium, iron, copper and fiber.

We use potato flakes (only dehydrated potatoes) in our treats and cake frosting.

Has anti-inflammatory properties (except in some arthritic conditions), and helps neutralize body acids and benefit stomach ulcers.
PumpkinKnown as a ‘super food’, pumpkin is low-fat and loaded with fiber and beta-carotene, plus vitamins and minerals like as vitamins A, E, and C, and potassium and iron.Helps relieve diarrhea and constipation (yes, both!), indigestion or upset tummy
Red Kidney BeansKidney beans are a healthy source of protein and fiber, and low in fat and high in antioxidants. As a result, they make a great snack for dogs who are overweight or have heart disease or diabetes.They are also a good source of B vitamins, iron and potassium.

We use cooked dark red kidney beans. Do NOT feed your dog uncooked kidney beans.

Supports a strong digestive system, and helps control blood sugar levels.
Sweet PotatoThese colorful spuds are considered a ‘super food’ and a potent antioxidant. They are an excellent source of fiber and contain B6, C, beta carotene (which converts to Vitamin A in dogs), manganese, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and iron.Promotes digestive health, healthy skin, coat, eyes, nerves, and muscles.
Vitamin CIn our treats, we use Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) as a natural preservative. It helps prevent the growth of mold in the treats.

What’s NOT In Our Treats

What’s not in our treats is just as important as what is. We’ll never add any:

  • animal by-products, digest (yikes!) or meal
  • cheap fillers like corn or soy
  • fake flavors or colors
  • refined sugars or added salt
  • artificial preservatives