Ingredients

Our delicious treats and gourmet delicacies are made with love and the best ingredients. Here’s the low down on the good stuff.

Brown Rice

High in fibre, B-vitamins , manganese, selenium and iron. Great for digestion, eases constipation and can help reduce the risk of heart disease.

Buckwheat

is not a wheat, not a grain – it is a berry. Dogs with grain allergies are safe to eat treats containing Buckwheat. Buckwheat is also a very low glycemic food, meaning it will not spike the blood sugar when eaten, which can lead to ailments such as canine diabetes. Buckwheat contains magnesium, which relaxes blood vessels, improving blood flow and nutrient delivery thereby improving the cardiovascular system.

Carob

Rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, potassium, protein and silicon. The roasted ground pods of the carob tree are a stimulant-free, safe alternative to chocolate for dogs, and with half the fat of cocoa they can indulge without the bulge!

Chia Seeds

Chia is incredibly nutritious and truly deserves the “superfood” label.

Chia has 3 times the amount of Omega-3 fatty acids as salmon! Omega-3 is important to balance out Omega-6 fatty acids and promotes healthy:

• Cells
• Immune system
• Skin and coat
• Joints
• Brain development and maintenance
• Eye development and maintenance
• Growth

And it reduces inflammation too.

Cinnamon

Older dogs with joint problems like arthritis will appreciate the anti-inflammatory qualities of cinnamon. Recent studies indicate that cinnamon can help boost the body’s ability to use insulin to regulate blood sugar.  It is also good for the heart as its calcium and fiber content is effective in fighting heart diseases. Cinnamon is noted to improve blood circulation because of its blood thinning compound content. With good blood circulation, the supply of oxygen to the different cells of the body is ensured giving the dog the capability for higher metabolic activity. Cinnamon has antifungal and antibacterial properties thus it is highly effective in dealing with external and internal infections.

Coconut Flour

Protein and fibre-rich, coconut flour is a good source of manganese and lauric acid , a saturated fat that supports function of the immune system and thyroid, and promotes healthy skin. Coconut flour is also gluten-free, making it an ideal alternative for dogs experiencing gluten intolerance.

Ginger

Fart Fighter Training Treats

Fart Fighter Training Treats

A noted digestive aid that can help with nausea and stomach upsets. A real blessing for pets that suffer from travel sickness or trapped wind.

Golden Paste

The unique blend of three key ingredients, the formula offers a whole health supplement, supporting joint, cardiovascular,  digestive, and neurological functions whilst boosting the body’s immune system with thanks to its complex make up of naturally derived vitamin and mineral content, omegas and curcumin. Boosting performance and reducing workout fatigue and speeding up muscle repair.

Turmeric – Curcumin levels of between 3-4%, turmeric is considered to hold natural anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin (the active component of turmeric) is currently being researched in a number of scientific trials, including arthritis, fibromyalgia , cancers and neurological disorders such as dementia – among others.

Micronised Flaxseed Oil – full of Omega 3, which is good for vascular and neurological health. Other Benefits of Omega 3 include its ability to boost the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory drugs and supplements. Omega 3 is showing early results when used for ADHD, Depression, Dementia and Asthma.

Piperine an extract from black pepper, it significantly enhances the bio availability of various supplement nutrients through increased absorption. The absorption of curcumin in turmeric is believed to be boosted by up to 2000% when used in conjunction with piperine.

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Gram Flour

Gram flour, derived from ground chickpeas, is a source of fibre, protein, iron, Vitamins A, B and C, lecithin and potassium. Gluten free and satisfying, gram flour can help dogs maintain a healthy weight, too.  Also called garbanzo bean, are legumes, like lentils and peas. Chickpea flour is high in easily digestible protein, which your dog needs a lot of.

Honey

is packed full of vitamins and minerals like vitamin B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, sodium and zinc. Honey will provide your dog with sugars that its body can break down gradually. This can be a natural, healthy way to increase your dog’s activity level.  A natural antiseptic, honey can help maintain healthy digestive bacteria and helps to keep skin well-moisturised.

Mint

Freshens the breath, soothes stomach upsets and sickness. Will also ease flatulence should your best friend need a little help in that department!

Oats

A filling and soothing food containing soluble fibre that can help prevent cardiovascular disease, reduce high blood sugar and lower blood cholesterol. Selenium, Vitamin E and Zinc are great for boosting the immune system and promoting cell regeneration, ensuring your pooch stays in the best of health.

Parsley

Parsley will keep your doggie’s breath smelling sweet by killing bad mouth bacteria and soothing stomach upsets that cause bad breath.   It is a powerful herb that contains high levels of beta carotene, vitamin B12, chlorophyll, calcium, and is fortified with vitamin C. It aids in digestion, liver support, kidneys, and adrenal glands, purifies blood and bodily fluids and helps boost your dog’s immune system.

Peanut Butter

A great source of Vitamin E which benefits a dogs coat and immune system.  A very tasty source of protein! Vitamin B, Vitamin E and niacin for healthy skin and joints.

Diabetic Dog Delights

Diabetic Dog Delights

Rice Flour

A wonderfully gentle addition to the diet, easy to digest so fantastic for puppies and seniors.

Sardines

Sardines are one of the healthiest and safest fish for a dog: they are chock full of Omega-3 fatty acids such as DHA and EPA. These are great for the skin and the coat, but they also help to reduce inflammation and give a nice boost to the immune system. Thus, the dog with allergies will benefit from sardines as well as a dog with arthritis or some autoimmune conditions too. Because the natural oils in sardines are good for brain health, it is a good idea to supplement a dog (and a puppy’s) diet with the fish too. We always choose sardines in water, not oil.

Sweet Potato

A low fat, high fibre food that contain Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Potassium and Manganese to boost energy levels, condition the skin and promote a healthy immune system.

Sweet potatoes have much more nutrition than regular potatoes. They’re rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients, and are classified as an anti-diabetic food. They received this title because animal studies have found that sweet potatoes help stabilize blood sugar levels and lower insulin resistance.  Also helps with expelling heavy metals and worms. Cancer: The beta-carotene helps the body fight against free radicals,