Most peanut butter is safe for dogs to eat and in moderation can be an excellent source of proteins and healthy fats, vitamins B & E and niacin. But too much of a good thing can lead to obesity. The best option is to follow the 10% rule. In general, the treats should not be more than 10% of your dog’s diet.


These are safe, healthy and natural treat for dogs. These are one of the best dietary sources of Vitamin A which promotes healthy skin coat, eyes, nerves and muscles in dogs. They are also a rich source of fiber and vitamin A, C, B6, potassium, calcium and iron – just to name a few.


Pumpkin contains vitamins like A, C and E as well as minerals like iron and potassium. Due to its high soluble fiber content, pumpkin is very good for your dog’s digestion. They are also a pre-biotic power house.


Liver is full of essential vitamins, minerals, proteins and iron. It is relatively low in calories and saturated fat.

If you have a dog who is in need of increased protein, selenium or iron, chicken liver may be a good choice.

Liver contains

  • Vitamin A –  supports vision and healthy functioning of heart, kidneys and reproductive organs.
  • B group of vitamins – essential role in growth and function of body cells.
  • Iron +Folate – prevents anaemia and supports cell growth.
  • Copper & Zinc – essential minerals to support brain functioning, energy of production, bones and joints


Can be safe and beneficial for dogs just as it can be for humans.  Coconut oil consists of at least 90% saturated fats most of which are medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs).  MCTs are good fats and are good for skin and boosting the immune system.  It also has antibacterial – antifungal properties and aids in digestion.


It is outsourced from shops and online stores / vendors where we buy meat for our own consumption. The meat is lean and devoid of fat and filled with goodness of proteins.


Are soft and small treats which doggie babies and elderly dogs can easily chew and digest.

  • Baked chicken treats
  • Peanut butter treats
  • Banana pumpkin puppy treats


Only sold in 250gms packs

Some of the treats do have milk and hence may not be suitable for lactose intolerant dogs