we love our ingredients 

All the ingredients that we use in our products are organic and natural. We use no additives and our special formula has been devised to deliver as much nutrition to your pet as possible. We believe that you should be just as happy to eat the food you give to your pets as your pets themselves. No chemicals, no dried animal products or derivatives, no ingredients that are by-products or years old. Our biscuits are fresh and need to be eaten reasonably quickly, not left on a shelf in a warehouse for years before they get to you. That's why all our products are tested on humans first - on us! 

Our animal-family deserve to be treated in the same was as the rest of us when it comes to their food and diets. As well as being able to benefit from the medicinal benefits of CDB oil that goes into our supplements. Feel free to read more about the ingredients we use below. If it's not in the list, it doesn't go in!

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Simply put, oats are nutritious. Compared to other types of cereal grains, oats are relatively high in protein and fat. Protein quality is also high in oats, meaning that that it can be digested and used by the body and provides a good balance of amino acids. Oats also contain a lot of fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals (including vitamin E, B vitamins, zinc, iron, and selenium), all of which play an important role in maintaining or improving health.


Oats can be a good source of nutrition for pets who have a dietary sensitivity to gluten. Oats that have not been contaminated with grains like wheat, barley, or rye contain no gluten. Also, oats do not currently undergo any genetic engineering or modification.

What dog doesn't love some peanut butter!


The good news is that peanut butter can provide dogs with some of the important vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants that are scarce in certain dog foods.This includes Vitamin E (necessary for proper immune system function) and Vitamin B (very important for a shiny, healthy skin and coat). It is also a wonderful source of essential heart-healthy fats and protein to give your dog energy.

We add no sugar, no salt, no stabilisers. Just peanuts. 

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For both humans and dogs alike, bananas are a great source of potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, fiber, biotin, and copper. Bananas help boost the immune system, replenish electrolytes, and promote skin and coat health. In moderation, bananas can make a healthy, low-calorie treat for dogs.

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Ethically sourced from small spice-growers. 

Turmeric has been used for centuries because of its miracle medicinal properties. It aids digestion and helps support liver function and new blood cell production.

When it comes to animals, turmeric - and the important compound Curcumin, which is found in the spice - has anti-inflammatory properties. This means it is good both for pain management and treating pets with stiff joints. ​


Curcumin is also a blood thinner, which makes it an essential component when it comes to reducing the risk of blood clots and ridding the body of excess cholesterol


It helps with general digestion and combatting Irritable Bowel Disease. Curcumin also stimulates bile production in the liver, which aids in digesting food properly because it helps break down dietary fats. Active dogs require diets that have at least 20 percent fat, so a little turmeric can go a long way with respect to aiding in overall digestion. ​​


As you might have read recently, there are increasing reports emerging that turmeric could play a role in fighting cancer. Because of the spice's antioxidant properties, it is becoming a common natural remedy. 

Turmeric is also suspected to help with memory loss and dementia, therefore helping your pet to keep alert and active. ​

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We all crave a bit of chocolate sometimes. But it's toxic for dogs. So carob is a dog-friendly substitute for chocolate. With all the same great sweet richness that makes chocolate a delight to eat, carob is made from the bean pods of the carob tree.  It is 100% natural and 100% healthy for dogs and even gives them some pretty great health benefits.


Carob contains as much vitamin B1 as asparagus or strawberries; the same amount of niacin as lentils or peas; and more vitamin A than eggplant, asparagus, and beets. It’s also high in vitamin B2, calcium, magnesium and iron

Carob is also a great source of fibre and pectin (a substance that helps to flush toxins from the body)

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Sourced from another organic, fair trade producer in Indonesia, the cinnamon we use can boost energy, vitality, circulation, cognitive function and overall brain health, and it has anti-inflammatory properties too.

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Just as with many humans, some animals have problems with wheat and wheat flour. As such, we use rice flour in all of our biscuits. It is high in protein and a great alternative to gluten grains. A gluten-free treat!

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Coconut oil is a healthy fat. It is good for dogs and can help aid your pets' digestion, improve their coats, help prevent infection and more.

MCT's are coconut oils secret weapon. Medium chain triglycerides (MCT) is good fat, the kind that provides an array of benefits which include digestion improvement, immune system support, metabolic function that assists with weight loss, skin and coat health and thyroid health.

  • Clears up eczema

  • Minimizes doggy odor

  • Creates sleek and glossy coats

  • Prevents and treats yeast and fungal infections

  • Improves digestion

  • Increases nutrient absorption

  • Helps with colitis and inflammatory bowel syndrome

  • Reduces or eliminates bad breath

  • Assists with weight loss

  • A powerful antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal agents

  • Balances insulin and promotes normal thyroid function

  • Helps prevent or control diabetes

  • Aids arthritis and ligament problems

  • Aids in increasing energy


We use a little water in our baking. And just be sure, it's triple-filtered with your pet's healthy in mind. 

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