Animal Ingredients

Baked using the finest natural ingredients, organic and locally sourced wherever possible, making our treats ideal for fur babies with the most sensitive tummy's and even the fussy pooches.

Every treat is made to order so as to have them fresh for your precious fur baby.

With this in mind it would be appreciated if you order your pets treats 7 days in advance.

Everything at The Pet Bakery is baked with care, love and attention to detail. It is important to us that we do not hurry the making of your order, therefore, we do NOT strive to make as many as possible, we simply cater for what we can to a very high standard.

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  • Many products are freeze able for up to 3 months

  • Keep out of direct sunlight.

  • Suitable from 3 months to adult.

  • Birthday edibles must be ordered a minimum of 7 days prior to your pets birthday to ensure your delivery date can be caterered for.

  • As all our work is done by hand the actual product received may differ vary slightly than those in the picture.

  • Free local delivery within a 20 mile radius of  V93.

  • Department of Food & Agriculture approved..

  • Veterinary Approved

  • Sealed with Trading Standards Approval.

  • NO added preservatives, salts, sugars or poop! Just wholesome stuff, you know good stuff.

  • FREE of Palm oil & Xytoil.

  • Ensure plenty of water is available when serving your dog our edibles.

  • ALLERGIES: Whilst we will answer all questions as best as we can, we advise you check the ingredients with your vet. If your dog does have allergies, a full list of ingredients can be found below.

  • MAY CONTAIN NUTS.


Whole Grain Flour - Packed with fibre, protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
The "whole" in whole wheat flour is key - whole grains are the good stuff that you want to give to your furry friends.


Coconut - https://www.rover.com/blog/use-coconut-oil-improve-dogs-health-plus-recipes/

Carrotts - contain several vitamins and minerals such as vitamin K1, B6, potassium, and fibre, they are treasured as an excellent source of beta carotene. Beta carotene, which converts into vitamin A when ingested, is highly regarded as a super antioxidant.
Pumpkin Puree

Pumpkin - includes vitamin A, which is essential for eye health. Vitamin C, a massive immune system booster. - Zinc, great for improving your pet's skin and coat. Pumpkin can help aid digestive regularity and can even help towards eradicating many common parasites due to it's high amounts of amino acid.  High in water content, helping prevent dehydration.


Turmeric - Research has shown curcumin to be a highly pleiotropic molecule capable of interacting with numerous molecular targets involved in inflammation. Based on early cell culture and animal research, curcumin may have potential as a therapeutic agent in diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, arthritis, and chronic anterior uveitis, as well as certain types of cancer.” Ref NCB

Plant based Yogurt - Can be high in protein, calcium, vitamins, and live culture, or probiotics, which can enhance the gut microbiota. These can offer protection for bones and teeth and help prevent digestive problems

Oats - A great source of fibre, especially beta glucan, and are high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Whole oats are the only food source of avenanthramides, a unique group of antioxidants believed to protect against heart disease.

Courgette - Another great veggie that is beneficial to your pets diet. Courgettes are low in fat, packed full of vitamin C, potassium, calcium,
beta-carotene, and folate which is great for both dogs and cats.

Rosemary -Strengthens heart
Antioxidant
Antimicrobial properties


Garden Peas - Source of vitamin a & k
Source of minerals
High in fibre


Rapeseed oil - Low in saturated fats with a high content of linolenic acid (omega-3 oils). It also tolerates high temperatures well which is especially important for oils used in extruded biscuits (which account for most dry pet foods).
https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-ingredients/0057/rapeseed-oil


Bananas - An excellent source of potassium and supply vitamin B6, fibre, carbohydrate, and some vitamin C. Since they have a lower water content than most fruit, bananas typically have more calories as well as a higher sugar content compared to other non-tropical fruits -https://www.pumpkin.care/blog/can-dogs-eat-bananas/

Peanut Butter - 100% natural smooth peanut butter in our bakes which means it contains ZERO palm oil, ZERO salt and sugar and definitely ZERO xylitol. In moderation, peanuts are a great source of heart healthy fats, protein, vitamin B, niacin and Vitamin E. - https://thesmartcanine.com/can-dogs-eat-peanuts/

Apple Puree - Boosts the immune system, helps the body absorb iron more effectively, and speeds up the body’s healing process.  Vitamin C is also used in the production of collagen.
Because it functions as an antioxidant, Vitamin C can also help to fight free radicals, which are harmful substances that build up in the body. By fighting free radicals, antioxidants help to reduce your risk of developing these diseases