The benefits of whats in our treats.

Below is the list of what we put in our treats and some of their benefits.

Below is the list of what we put in all of our treats and the benefits of them.

We think it's important for people to know what is in their doggie treats, so we have taken the liberty of sharing with you the things you will find in our treats. Too much of a good thing can be bad, even for dogs, so always remember that moderation is the key!


A rich source of vitamins & minerals, containing large quantities of vitamins A, B & C, calcium, and iron. Parsley stimulates and improves digestion along with being a natural breath freshener. It also is a preventative of kidney stones as it's a natural diuretic, plus soothes and can help relieve arthritic pain and is a blood strengthener.


Supports the immune system and can help prevent fleas. (We only use small amounts of garlic powder in certain recipes)


A good source of dietary fiber and complex carbohydrates, containing beta-sitosterol and anti-tumor compoundand loaded with iron, zinc, protein and B-5 & B-9 vitamins.

They are high in protein - the equivalent to soy protein and equal to meat, milk and eggs protein, as well as soluble fiber {the fiber that helps to keep cholesterol down}, iron, manganese, zinc and B vitamins (pantothenic acid, B5, B9 and folate) low in gluten, and so far oats are not grown using GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms).


Contains fiber, lignans, {which is an antioxidant} and alpha-linolenic acid (which is a plant version of omega3 fatty acid)


Adds a natural acidophilus bacteria to the bowels and is a good source of potassium which benefits the muscular system. High in soluble carbohydrates {an excellent source of energy}, and the antioxidants they contain are helpful to a dog's skin and fur. They're rich in vitamin C and potassium, and a little bonus: bananas are low in sodium.

All Natural Peanut-Butter:

A good source of protein, it also contains heart healthy fats like vitamin B, E, H and niacin. It's high in folate, a form of vitamin B. Folic acid lowers the risk of heart disease and a vegetarian source of protein. Plus it just tastes good.

 Whole wheat flour: 
Whole wheat flour is made from the whole grain. Unlike white flour, whole wheat is not lacking the bran and wheat germ. The bran and germ buffer the carbohydrates found in the endosperm by providing raw fiber and vital nutrients. Bran contains 80% of the minerals found in the whole grain, while the germ is a rich source of trace minerals, unsaturated fats, B vitamins and antioxidants. Both also contain an assortment of phytochemicals, a substance produced only by plants and widely believed to enhance the immune system. Health experts agree that whole grains can lead to healthier cardiovascular system and reduced risk of both cancer and diabetes.

Rice Flour:

Rice is gluten free and very gentle on the digestive system for both puppies and adults, and is good for increasing energy and stamina. It also has a favorable amino acid profile and unlike other naturally occurring proteins, it's almost completely hypoallergenic. Rice is highly digestible with an extremely low ash content (ash is a legal term for inorganic mineral content).


We can't forget the main ingredient in ALL our treats! Love! All the benefits are too numerous to name, but it's the main reason for all of the treats.