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Our In​gredients

Organic Gluten-Free Oats​

Gluten-free oats are a nutrient-dense alternative to wheat. In addition to containing more protein than most grains, oats are a good source of fiber, which can help to regulate bowel movements and glucose in the bloodstream.

Oats are also packed with minerals including iron, magnesium, and zinc and are high in vitamin B and omega-6 fatty acids, both of which help to maintain healthy skin and coat. Among the many antioxidants found in oats are avenanthramides, gas molecules which help to improve blood flow and lower blood pressure. Beta-glucan, a soluble fiber found in oats, helps to reduce cholesterol and blood sugar, and to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract and can help balance hormones.

Organic Unsweetened No Salt

Peanut Butter

Can dogs eat peanut butter? We’re so glad you asked!

The short answer, according to veterinarians and dog nutrition experts, is YES. In fact, most experts believe that peanut butter can be an incredibly healthy, nutritious part of a well-balanced dog diet. However, there are a few peanut butter facts you need to be aware of as not all peanut butters are created equal.

Added salt, sugar, and other additives can be problematic for dogs, and sweeteners in the xylitol family (found in some peanut butters) can be lethal.

That's why our peanut butter's only ingredient is dry roasted organic peanuts.

Peanut butter as a treat can be an excellent source of protein to promote healthy muscles, and omega-3 and 6 fatty acids to promote a healthy coat and skin, along with vitamins B and E, and niacin.

Organic Bananas

Bananas are a great source of dietary potassium, vitamin C, dietary fiber, and vitamin B6 for dogs. They also contain significant amounts of magnesium, manganese, and vitamin B2. All of these nutrients offer a variety of health benefits for dogs.

Potassium:   It is important for your dog to get adequate amounts of potassium. Potassium deficiency can lead to muscle weakness and other health problems. It can also increase your dog’s risk of health problems.

Vitamin C:   Helps the body fight against infections, strengthens the immune system, and promotes healthy skin.

Fiber:   It helps slow down the passing of foods and may help prevent digestive problems like gas.

Magnesium:   Helps in bone formation, muscle function, and energy production.

Vitamin K:   Helps in blood clotting, protein and DNA synthesis, and the synthesis of certain neurotransmitters and hormones.

Organic Unrefined Virgin

Coconut Oil​

We’ve heard about the benefits of coconut oil for humans, but what about the benefits for a dog’s health? It turns out that nutrient-dense coconut oil can be a great addition to your dog’s treat. Rich in fatty acids and healthy saturated fats, coconut oil may have the following benefits for dogs:

• Makes a dog’s coat extra shiny

• Can relieve allergies and itchy skin

• Kicks bad breath

• Improves digestion

• Improves cognitive function

• Boosts the immune system

• Increases energy levels

• Helps eliminate fleas and ticks

• Possesses antifungal properties

• Treats arthritis and ligament issues

Organic Unfiltered

Raw Honey

Raw unfiltered honey contains many nutrients for adult dogs, like vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K, along with minerals such as zinc, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and copper. In its raw form, it has antifungal, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties, along with some powerful antioxidants. All these provide many health benefits your adult dog can enjoy when given in moderation.

PLEASE NOTE: Although there is only a tiny amount of raw honey baked into each treat. Puppies (under one year of age), senior dogs, and dogs with compromised immune systems should not be given any raw honey, because it may carry botulism spores, a bacteria that can be toxic to them, and may have survived the baking process.



Organic Cinnamon offers many wonderful health benefits for your dog.

Antioxidants:  Support brain function, improving focus and memory.

Anti-Fungal Properties:  Inhibits the growth of Salmonella, Listeria, and Candida Albicans. Another benefit is food preservation.

Anti-Inflammatory Properties:   Reduces swelling and inflammation in dogs with arthritis, sore muscles, and joint pain.

Heart Health:   A study on the effects of cinnamon in dogs with heart and high blood pressure issues showed significantly lowered heart rate and systolic blood pressure in dogs.

Blood Sugar Regulation:   Studies have also shown that given in small doses, can lower blood glucose levels and insulin resistance.

Citric Acid - A Natural Preservative​

A pinch of citric acid is added, citric acid (commonly found in citrus fruits like lemons and limes) is nature's own preservative. You can rest assured knowing that your organic dog treat ingredients are all-natural, but still promoting as long a shelf life as possible without adding anything you don't want your dog to be eating.

                Our Packaging

Our paper pouch bags are made of food-grade kraft paper with a matte window so you can see the treat size; The inner lining is made with a safe wax coating; The bottom is thickened to increase the load-bearing capacity of the packaging to hold more treats.

Reusable, recyclable, odorless, and good sealing to keep your treats fresh!