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Barker’s Fetch’em Sticks

21 Oct

Here at Snuffy’s Bakery, we love creating new flavors. Not that dogs in general or Snuffy is a fussy eater, in fact, she is anything but fussy, it’s always good to give our dogs something different.

Especially if you’re into dog training, having a bucket full of assorted treats is extremely useful. This is because dogs are good with association and anticipation. If you’re always feeding him/her the same treats, he/she gets used to it and will anticipate that it’s the same flavor you’re giving him/her. Although they will still gobble up the treats, their enthusiasm will decline eventually.

However, if you’re always changing treats, and different flavors are given at random, there’s always something exciting for them to look forward to. That keeps their excitement and enthusiasm high as it’s tough to anticipate what’s next coming out from your treat bag!

Alright, so much said about variation, check out the new addition to our treat bag – “Barker’s Sticks” (In case you’re wondering, Barker is a cute li’l plush dog).

Made with molasses, oats, eggs and almonds, each of these sticks have a nutty-sweet flavor and is packed with fiber from oats. Though the aroma of molasses may seem faint to our human noses, it’s a drool-stimulant for our dogs.

Snuffy didn’t want to leave the kitchen when I was preparing the dough. When they were out from the oven, she couldn’t keep her eyes off them!

Cut into stick-like, these cookies are easy to break into smaller pieces of your desired sizes. It’s ideal for dogs of all shapes and sizes. Of course your dogs would love to be fed the entire stick or perhaps, the entire bunch of sticks, you won’t wanna over-feed them!

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Doctors-Away!

6 Feb

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away!”

Apples are excellent detoxifier and is beneficial to the digestive tract. It’s good to feed your dogs with a small portion of apples as an after meal snack. Apple peel may sometimes be a little hard and your dog may not like it. It’s just as good to feed without peel.

Made with apples, cinnamon and a hit of honey, these drop cookies smell like apple pie.

“Doctors-Away!” might make your dogs eat their apples without much fuss! As we all know that the fruit peels are generally rich in fiber, we keep the apple peels on, plus giving an extra boost of roughage with rolled oats.

Oats are not only great source of fiber, there are plenty of good stuffs loaded in these little oats.

Inositol that maintains blood cholesterol level (but I’m not sure if dogs get high cholesterol since they don’t really eat seafood! :p); calcium, potassium, magnesium and vitamin B complex. Alright… these are good minerals and vitamins for us but they might be good for our dogs too!

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