Our paw-some treats!



To help with anxiety and stressful situations or just to have before bedtime to help settle down for the night.  Calmies are made from natural ingredients, oats, blueberries, chamomile, honey and pumpkin seeds there are no preservatives. They are low in fat and high in fibre and produce a calming effect.


Duo-veggie biscuits

These contain, swede and carrots, low in fats high in fibre and contain beta-caroten which is good for your doggies eyes and immune system


Tropical crunchies

These contain coconut and pineapple which are low in fat and high in fibre, as-well-as protein. Good for your doggies digestive system, coat and building bone muscle.


Tropical doughnuts

Containing coconut and pineapple and are low in fat, high in fibre and protein and good for your dogs digestive system, coat and building bone muscle. They also have a little carob melted over the top for an extra treat.


Zena’s strawberry delight

She absolutely love’s these! You can’t blame her! My little pickle goes made for these, so much so, I’ve named them after her. They contain strawberries, honey and oats, they’re full of vitamins, minerals and fibre helping the doggies digestive system


Theo’s mighty oats

Theo my pooch is a sucker for these, he loves crunching on these mighty oats, that’s why I named them after him! These ‘Bad boys’ (he’s a good boy really!) contain vegimite and oats which are good for the dogs digestive system and well being.


Trio-veggie biscuits

These contain sweet potato, broccoli and carrots which can be made with oats or gluten free flours or specific flours such as potato or coconut.  They are full of nutrients, minerals, vitamins and fibre which are all really healthy for your doggie and low in fat.


Apple‘n’oat crunchies

They contain apples, honey and oats, which are full of vitamins, minerals, fibre and anti-bacterial elements.


Pumpkin surprise

Containing pumpkin puree, oats, honey and carrots. These are full of vitamins, minerals and nutrient, which your pooch will love and keep coming back for more! You’ve been warned…


Banana and carob muffins

These are made from banana and carob which is safe for doggies and really yummy, both my fur-babies love these. Even with carob these are healthy treats.


Birthday cakes

Birthday cakes are all bespoke and made to your individual requirements. if your’e having a doggie party, doggie party bags can also be supplied. For more information please contact us.


Puppy shower/Gotcha cakes

These are all bespoke and made to your individual requirements. You can have a large cake or if you fancy just a cup cake or muffin decorated this can also be supplied. For more information please contact us.


Carrot and apple paw treats

Some lovely little paw print muffin style treats, these are really yummy and look so cute!


Training treats

These are handy little treats when training your fur-baby to sit if just starting training or for when you are out and about. These are very low fat so ideal for training purposes.



Some of the main ingredients used by Paw-some Treats and their benefits

  • Oats are high in fibre and help slow down the digestive system and will help other ingredients be more easily digested.

  • Blueberries (fresh) are well known for containing antioxidants and lots of minerals and vitamins and helping the body fight stress naturally.

  • Chamomile is good for the digestive system helps it work more effectively, it also has anti-bacterial properties which in turn boost the immune system along with a calming effect. They say a cup of tea before bedtime will help you relax, well you could also do this for your dog, boil a cup of chamomile tea and pour it on to their food.  I have done this for my fur-babies if I know they are going to be going through a stressful situation such as going to the vets, it just helps calm them a little bit before the event, plus its natural.

  • Pumpkin seeds contain vitamin E and glutamate which is an anti-stress component so very helpful when your dog suffers from anxiety.  

  • Coconut (fresh) the coconut meat is rich in protein and carbohydrates which is beneficial for active dogs it helps build energy and muscle and a lovely shiny coat for you dog.

  • Pineapple (fresh) is high in vitamin C which will help strengthen the immune system, it also contains fibre to help breakdown the protein in the digestive system. Pineapple can also help with coprophagia where by the dog will eat its own stool or other dogs stools.  The pineapple once eaten will give the stool a nasty after smell/taste and the dog should leave it alone.  It does not happen over night, I used to give one of my fur-babies 3 chunks of fresh pineapple just before his breakfast and with his evening meal it took 3 weeks before he stopped this habit.  Now he leaves his own alone and will not go near other stools.  I also used training commanders such as leave, and by removing the stool straight away, however every other day I would leave the stool to see what my fur-baby would do and to see how the training/pineapple was progressing.

  • Strawberries (fresh) have a high water content, contain fibre, vitamin C, they can also act as antioxidants in the body.

  • Apples are a good source of fibre and vitamin A and C.  Apples can help with a dogs breath.  Ensure the core is removed as the seeds contain cyanide, a few won’t hurt but should be avoided as if the dog eats a lot of apples the cyanide can build up over time.

  • Sweet potato are good for a dogs digestive system as they are high in fibre, low in fat, contain vitamin B6,C and manganese and can be used in various ways.

  • Carrots are low in calories and high in fibre and vitamins, A,B,C,D,E and K, vitamin A will help the dogs bones, immune system and reproduction. Beta-carotene when cooked only will help with your dogs eyesight.  Raw carrots are also good for dogs to chew and for helping keep the dogs teeth stay healthy.

  • Broccoli is a good source of Vitamin B, C and K, it contains folate and manganese.  It is low in fat and calories, and high in fibre.  It can help your dogs digestive system stay regular.

  • Swede has a good source of fibre, calcium, beta-carotene, folate, vitamins A and C, they are low in fat and calories.

  • Pumpkin is good for diarrhoea and constipation, full of fibre and beta-carotene.

  • Honey is a brilliant all rounder for dogs, as it can help with wounds as an antibacterial and disinfectant when applied to cuts, bites, hot spots, burns and obsessive licking of paws, belly and inflamed stinky ears along with many more.  It can help soothe kennel cough, aid digestion and increase energy levels, it can also help with seasonal allergies, all year round and food allergies.  It contains, vitamins A,B, C, D,E and K, along with minerals such as copper, iron, calcium, magnesium and manganese.  All of these help with the immune system. Raw honey is the best as it is less processed such as Manuka Honey as this contains the highest antibacterial properties in the world.