Just Dogs! Gourmet

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the types of treats you offer?

Are your treats safe for my dog?

Is that chocolate?  

How long do your treats last?

Feeding your dog our treats

Allery Information

 

 

What is the difference between Gourmet Treats, Confection Treats, and Market Treats?

Our Gourmet treats are hand made biscuits that are hand decorated with either yogurt, peanut butter or carob, and sometimes all three!  Our goal is to make a yummy, super cute and fun treat for your dog to enjoy. 

Confection treats are molded from yogurt, peanut butter, or carob (again, sometimes all three) into a biscuit free treat.  These are prefect for the dog that may be sensitive to grains.  They are also much softer, perfect for older dogs that might find a crunchy biscuit uncomfortable.  

Market Treats are hand made biscuits with no decorations.  They are also much smaller, making them perfect for an everyday reward.  

Are your treats safe for my dog?

All of our treats are made with human food.  We use the same flour, eggs, cheese, bacon, and other items, that you find in your grocery store.   We do not add any sugar, salt, or other seasonings that would be harmful to our dogs or yours.   

Is that chocolate?

No.  What you see is carob.  Carob is a seed from the pod of a carob tree.  It contains no caffeine and no theobromine, so it is frequently used to make treats for dogs.  

How long do your treats last?

Our Gourmet Treats, Market Treats, and Biscuit Birthday Cakes will last up to four months when stored at room temperature.   

Our Confection treats will last up to ten months when stored at room temperature. 

Feeding your dog our treats:

We encourage you to break up our larger treats and feed appropriate sized pieces for your dog. 

Allergy Information: 

While we make every effort to not cross contaminate our products, we can not guarantee that a confection treat is 100% grain free.  When you are working with biscuits, crumbs happen and sometimes they go places we don't want them to.  So please be advised that our items are made in a facility that works with peanuts, oats, wheat flour, eggs and dairy.