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All of our homemade Jerky/dehydrated/baked treats are fresh and ethically sourced from a local butcher here in WA

Other products we sell are ethically sourced, all natural and 100% Australian produce

Our dried treats have NO additives,preservatives,salt,Glycerine and are air dried (dehydrated) WE DO NOT irradiate our treats

Some of our Jerky ( Heart/Liver/Lung is sprinkled with fresh rosemary straight from my own garden before dehydration. Please see below for the benefits of Rosemary


A Snapshot of biscuit Ingredients and their Benefits
Coconut flour
contains approximately 35% fiber. It is commonly believed that dogs do not need as much fiber as humans, but this is not true. Fiber greatly reduces absorption of sugar into the blood stream, lowers cholesterol, and improves digestive health by removing toxins

Is Tapioca Healthy for Your Dog?
Yes, the carbohydrate is loaded with vitamins, minerals and organic compounds. These include a very low level of saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. It is also a rich source of dietary fibre, "good" cholesterol and protein. Furthermore, tapioca contains members of the vitamin B-complex, including pantothenic acid, folate and B6, as well as iron, manganese, calcium, copper and selenium.


Flaxseeds are derived from the flax plant, are small, nutty-flavoured seeds that offer s lot of health benefits for dogs. Flaxseed oil, which is made from grounded and pressed flaxseeds, shares similar health properties. Both come loaded with omega-3 and iomega-6 fatty acids or good fats. in addition to the omega fatty acids, flaxseed contacts alpha-linoleic acid which offers benefits to your dogs immune system. Alpha-linoleic acid also has an anti-inflammatory effect, so it might aid your dog if they show signs of arthritis or other joint problems. Lignans in flaxseed contact antioxidants.

Centrifuge Extracted Coconut Oil

Coconut oil consists of more than 90% saturated. All fats and oils are composed of Triglycerides. Coconut oil is composed primarily of Medium Chain Triglycerides. All triglycerides are made up of individual fat molecules called fatty acids. Coconut Oil contains 64% Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA's).

Is Coconut Oil Healthy for your dog?
Yes, there are many benefits for giving your dog coconut oil. In dogs the MCFA's in coconut oil balance the

thyroid, assist overweight dogs to loose weight and helps sedentary dogs feel more energetic. It also improves digestion and reduces allergic reactions. Coconut oil is also a great immune builder. Coconut oil can be used topically for skin and coat health.


Blackstrap Molasses is rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B6, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and much more. A single teaspoon of blackstrap Molasses is loaded with antioxidants magnesium and contains as much calcium as a glass of milk. it is also a safe natural sweetener for diabetics as only has a moderate glycaemic load of 55. Blackstrap molasses has been linked with helping to keep anaemia at bay and helping with arthritis.


Eggs have many benefits for your dog that contain a good source of vitamin A, Riboflavin, Folate, Vitamin B12, iron, Selenium and Fatty Acids. Egg whits contain Avidin, a Biotin (one of the B vitamins) inhibitor. Biotin is important for cellular growth, fatty acid metabolism and good skin and coat. Eggs with the shell is almost a complete food source and the shell is beneficial for dogs whom have difficulty eating bones as the are high in calcium



Parsley is rich in Vitamins A, C and K as well as trace minerals. Parsley has a natural anti-inflammatory properties. The benefits include, great breath freshener for your dog, rich in antioxidants. Relieves swelling and pain from arthritis and other inflammatory conditions. Vitamin K improves blood clotting and boosts liver health, helps sooth upset stomach and digestive problems. The diuretic properties help prevent urinary infections, helps flush toxins from the body and so much more.


There’s a reason rosemary is so popular as a dog food preservative. According to Herbs for Pets, rosemary is a great pathogen-fighter against common food bacteria, meaning it can help keep food from spoiling. And those pathogen-fighting capabilities extend to your pet’s body, where it can help against various fungi and bacteria.
Antioxidant Rosemary also contains antioxidants, which means it can help neutralize cell-damaging free radicals in the body – a good thing. An overabundance of free radicals and resulting cell damage has been linked to age-related illnesses like cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Heart Health Promoter Because of its antispasmodic (spasm preventing) abilities on smooth muscles, rosemary can also help the heart in some cases of cardiac arrhythmia, as well as to generally strengthen the heart. This could be helpful for animals recovering from a traumatic event, according to Herbs for Pets.
Digestion Supporter Got a dog that can clear the room after a hearty meal? Rosemary is also known for its abilities in the digestive system, especially when it comes to gas, indigestion and other related problems. And because of its antimicrobial abilities, it can come in handy for gastrointestinal infections. Rosemary has many other benefits for topical use please see our TIPS FOR BETTER HEALTH link on the MORE tab.

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