These delicious crunchy carrot treats were created for dogs who have allergies to grains. In lieu of any soy or wheat, or standard flour ingredients, we use chickpea flour to bind the crackers together. Completely grain free and vegetarian, your dogs will enjoy these carrot packed snacks.
|- BARK Size – for large dogs
|- BITE Size – for smaller dogs
A dog’s digestive system is very different from our own digestive system. In fact, many of the foods humans enjoy are actually extremely poisonous to dogs.
In fact, some of the foods you would feed your own baby are extremely harmful to dogs, with symptoms ranging from diarrhea, to fever, to vomiting, to death.
Chocolate – A common poison to dogs, chocolate contains chemicals that interfere with its cardiovascular system, resulting in symptoms such as fast heartbeat, tremors, fever, and coma. Death will eventually occur without medical help. Cocoa powder is also poisonous to dogs, as is milk chocolate.
Onions – Onions (and garlic to a lesser extent) has thiosulphate, a chemical known for causing blood problems with dogs. It can cause Hemolytic Anemia, as well as discolored union and damage to the liver. Baby food is also known to contain onion powder, which makes it poisonous to dogs as well.
Grapes/Raisins – It can only take as few as nine ounces of either of these to poison your pet. Despite the poisoning being a rare occurance, your dog can still show signs of fatigue and vomiting within a few hours.
Mushrooms – Mushrooms are poisonous to dogs, just as some are poisonous to humans.
If you are ever in doubt about whether or not you dog has ingested one of these foods, see a vet anyway! The sooner you are able to get your pet medical help, the greater the chance of survival. All veterinarians are trained in several ways to remove or negate the effects of poisonous substances in your dog.
Rest assured, all foods produced by The Dogs Bark contains NONE of these ingredients. Period. We boast all-natural ingredients that are safe for almost all dogs to consume, regardless of breed, size or condition.
On October 7th, a 5K race benefiting animal welfare will be run in Pasadena.
The Dogs Bark will be running alongside hundreds of others in this race. The proceeds go to 12 different nonprofit animal welfare organizations, and they need your help. There’s several ways you can help us help them, and help us too!
We’re looking for people to sponsor our run! Every dollar you contribute, even if it’s as low as $1, helps benefits many different animals. Race for the Rescue’s goal is to get more than $500,000 in donations, and you can help keep animals safe from being murdered or mistreated, helping them find loving homes as well.
Also, if you donate $10 or more, we’ll be happy to send you some free treats as well! Just send us an email with your receipt and we’ll send you some free goodies!
Root for us
If you can make it, we’d love for you to come root for us at the run! There’s plenty of things to do as well, including food trucks, adoptions, silent auctions, and of course we’ll be there as well selling our yummy treats!
Of course, it’s also a great place to take your dog as well, as there will be many different activities for you and your dog to enjoy.
Run with us!
If you have the time, why not register yourself and join up with The Dogs Bark? You’ll get great exercise, meet a lot of people, and get all of the above benefits you would rooting for us. Plus, we’ll give you a free T-shirt with our logo on it!
Click here to make a donation to our team!
Can we count on you?
Your dog does many things for you; he should be rewarded for them. Positive
reinforcement helps your dog learn the difference between good and bad
behavior. As you reward your dog, he becomes conditioned to perform those
same behaviors in order to receive more treats. However, there are times when
it is most ideal to reward your dog, and times when it is not.
It’s important for your dog to realize that you expect certain behaviors of him. For
example, you want your dog to be fully house-trained so you don’t have to worry
about finding unpleasant surprises in your living room. When your dog goes
outside, reward their work with verbal reinforcement and a treat.
The same thing works when teaching your dog new tricks. Initially, chances are
your dog isn’t going to be willing to work with you to perform tricks, so any time it
finishes one, reward it. Your dog will get the idea that if he wants treats, he needs
to follow your instructions.
Birthdays, Anniversaries, and special events
It’s perfectly alright to give your dog a treat on its birthday. And if you don’t know
the birthday, you can also use the adoption day as his new birthday. But why
stop there? What about for YOUR birthday as well, and your significant other’s? It
could help your dog to remember there are days that are important to
you, and to him as well.
Words of Caution
Don’t give your dog too many treats, as they may come to expect them simply for
doing rudimentary tasks, and get cranky when they don’t get them. Try to save
treats for special occasions or when your dog is working at his hardest. Start by
giving them out early to motivate them, and then increasing the amount of
work they have to do in order to earn a treat.
Also, be careful if you need to watch your dog’s diet. Every treat you give it adds
several calories to your dog’s food intake, which could cause him to gain weight.
If this is the case, you may consider giving your dog its treats in reduced form;
break treats in half or order smaller size dog treats.
The Dogs Bark offers a treat that is lower in fat and calories than the others.
If you’re looking for a treat that is more diet friendly, please try our Vegan
Blueberry Banana Delights. They are made with fresh blueberry, banana, oats
and unsweetened almond milk.
And as always, be sure to check where your treats come from.
Modern dog food is slick, manufactured, and is the product of several unknown processes and ingredients that owners give their faithful companions. The question is, why? Instead of accepting the swill mass-produced by these factories, you should instead open yourself up to more natural alternatives. Foods made from all-natural ingredients are incredibly beneficial to your dog’s life.
Increases your dog’s life – Eating food that comes from natural sources helps to boost your dog’s life. Since there’s no carcinogems or chemicals to weaken your dog’s natural systems, there’s no chance of introducing unnatural effects in your dog. Your dog also benefits from the natural ingredients amounts of vitamins and minerals naturally inside the food, which strengths and boosts your dog’s mind, body and immune system.
You know exactly what your dog is eating – Most companies use ingredients that are completely artificial and have weird terms such as “Red Dye #9″ and “Natural Flavorings.” Of course, nobody seems to know what exactly these “Natural flavorings” are, or if they’re even natural. Would you rather your food ingredients be “milk, sugar, chicken, corn?” or “partially-hydrogenated fats, natural flavorings, sodium carbonate, etc.”
Higher Quality – A lot of food companies take several shortcuts when producing food consumable for humans. These shortcuts reduce the quality of the food and not only reduce its tastyness, but also promotes the chance of getting sick. And if they take shortcuts for human food, you can only imagine what they do for dog food. Instead, go for all-natural food, from locally-grown farms and minimal processing.
Less likely to cause allergy problems: While all-natural food can still be allergic to your pet, artificial ingredients are very likely to cause dog allergy problems due to the mixture of ingredients that have to be used, as well as the large abundance of said ingredients in food. All-natural food typically has fewer ingredients, making it easier for you to determine if your pet will have allergy issues from the food.
And natural dog food is readily available at affordable rates just about anywhere you live. And if it isn’t, you can have it shipped to just about anywhere in the world. Your dog will thank you for it, maybe not in a vocal sort of way, but in an increased health and happier persona kind of way.
What are some of the reasons you want to switch over to natural food? What keeps you from doing it?
Tomato is loaded with lycopene which is a great anti oxidant. These treats are loaded with tomato juice. Garlic will help fend off fleas. Tomato Garlic Biscotti is a taste sensation for all dogs. Please remember to store in the fridge for longest shelf life.
Cookies can be broken in half for smaller pets.
Made with fresh ripe pureed banana and blueberries, these treats are packed with antioxidants! We use Almond Milk as a dairy substitute which imparts a great complimentary flavor to the fruit.
Cookies can be broken in half for smaller pets.
Whole wheat flour, honey and cinnamon are the basis for these drool inducing treats. They’re finished with a sugar free yogurt drizzle.
These delicious cinnamon rolls are baked with human grade ingredients and are preservative free. Please store as you would your own cinnamon rolls.
For smaller pets, you can cut the rolls into smaller pieces as needed.
Great for dogs with sensitive stomachs, these soft treats will bring a smiles to your dogs face. All natural and preservative free. Refrigerate after opening for added shelf life. Isn’t that how you would store your leftover pumpkin pie?
And if the pie bites are too big for your dog, feel free to break them down.
Made with fresh bananas and peanuts. Dogs will go wild for these freshly baked treats. Always made preservative free and with people grade ingredients.
Banana Biscottis can be broken down for pets unable to eat larger sizes.