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Why Wheat-Free?

Our Ingredients

Our ingredients

In today's world, so much of what we feed our animals is chemically enhanced. At Spoil the Dog Bakery, we use only the freshest market products and purchase ORGANIC whenever possible. We do not add salt, sugar or preservatives and carefully avoid corn and soy.

Every biscuit is created using 100% human-grade ingredients, hand-cut and slowly baked at 300°F to retain flavour and nutrition. Our five flavours are wheat-free and low in saturated fats. We use only chickpea flour because of its nutritional properties (protein, calcium and dietary fibre).

Carob: Unlike chocolate, which is toxic to dogs, carob is caffeine-free. It contains as much vitamin B1 as asparagus or strawberries; as much niacin as lima beans, lentils, or peas; and more vitamin A than aubergine, asparagus, and beetroots. Carob also contains vitamin B2, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and the trace minerals iron, manganese, chromium, copper, and nickel. It contains approximately 8% protein and is a good source of fibre. Compared to chocolate, carob is three times richer in calcium, has one third less calories and seventeen times less fat.

Carrots: These gems are nutrient rich. They contain proteins, fats, carbohydrates, calcium, iron and a number of vitamins like vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin C and vitamin K. carrots also contain fiber, potassium, biotin, niacin, riboflavin and thiamine and are rich in anti-oxidants like beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. Carrots also help to maintain appropriate levels of cholesterol, improve vision in dim light, are useful in reducing inflammation and help kill bacteria responsible for diarrhea.

Chickpea flour: A good source of potassium, phosphorous, iron, folate, copper, magnesium, and rich in unsaturated fatty acids. Chickpea flour is also high in calcium, dietary fibre, and low in saturated fat. Ideal for overweight pets.

Cinnamon: Metabolizes blood sugar and protects against diabetes, cinnamon also aid in fighting bacterial infections.

Cranberries: These potent little berries are believed to be helpful in preventing urinary tract infections, ulcers and certain types of gum disease. Recent studies have also linked the lowly cranberry with increased benefits in fighting heart disease and cancer.

Ginger: This herb is known to contain over 12 kinds of anti-oxidants! Ginger contains essential oils, protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin C, choline, folic acid, inositol, manganese, panthotenic acid, silicon, and a small amount of vitamin B3.

Oats: Contain an array of essential nutrients including complex carbohydrates, B vitamins, fiber, and minerals such as phosphorous, iron, selenium, and calcium. They are a very good source of selenium, a cofactor of the antioxidant, glutathione peroxidase. In laboratory studies reported in Surgery, beta-glucan significantly enhanced the human immune system's response to bacterial infection. Beta-glucan not only helps neutrophils (the most abundant type of non-specific immune cell) navigate to the site of an infection more quickly, it also enhances their ability to eliminate the bacteria they find there.

Peanut Butter: A good source of Omega 6, protein, fibre, vitamin E, and potassium.

Pumpkin: Veterinarians sometimes prescribe pumpkin as part of the treatment for either of chronic diarrhea or constipation. Pumpkin is loaded with vitamins C, K and E, beta-carotene, fiber, and several beneficial antioxidants and other phytonutrients, including lutein and ziazanthin, but it’s their fibre content that makes pumpkin so desirable in treating and maintaining digestive health in dogs.

Coconut: Rich in fibre and digestible oils which can help in removing worm eggs. Can clear skin conditions such as eczema,flea allergies, dermatitis, itchy skin. Can relieve bad breath and help with arthritis and ligament problems.