These dog treats taste and smell like Grandma made them and we haven’t met a dog that would disagree yet.
These dog treats are healthier and paws-itively good for the planet:
- Contains local ingredients like apples, pumpkin, eggs and honey
- No nasty additives or preservatives
- No added sugar
- Lower gluten
- Baked in a commercial kitchen
- No alcohol nor hops
- Contains 50% upcycled spent grains
What are spent grains?
During the brewing process, barley and oats is steeped in hot water to release sugar which results in spent or disposed grains. Normally these spent grains go to farms as animal feed or to landfills as waste. They are, however, too good and healthy to be wasted.
For instance, barley is full of protein and fibre, and combined with other delicious local ingredients like apples, pumpkin, eggs and honey, it makes a tasty and nature-friendly dog biscuit packed with nutrients and vitamins.
Heather, a Red Seal pastry chef by trade and owner of a local brewery, began to develop recipes to use the spent grains from the brewing process. Together with her longtime friend Barb, they launched Brew’ed Biscuits in 2018.
Whether you’re looking to reduce your pet’s planetary pawprint, improve your dog’s diet, or just want to spoil your dog with tasty treats, you can feel good about giving Brew’ed Biscuits to your dog.
Our Spent Grain Peanut Butter biscuits are made using:
- Kernal Peanuts natural peanut butter made with Ontario-grown Valencia peanuts.
- 100% peanuts, no salt or sugar added.
- Harmony Hives all-natural unpasteurized honey.
- Arnolds Eggs from the Simcoe Farmers Market.
- Brown Rice and Almond flours.
A protein-rich treat that they can’t get enough of!
Is peanut butter safe for my dog?
Most peanut butter is safe to eat. Recently, some peanut butter manufacturers switched to using the sweetener xylitol, a sugar-based substitute toxic to dogs. BREW’ED BISCUITS uses only locally grown all-natural Valencia peanut butter.
Is almond flour safe to feed to my dog?
Dogs love the taste of almond flour which is high in protein, fatty acids and omega-3’s. Almonds and peanuts are not toxic for dogs but they should not be given to dogs whole. Dogs don’t chew nuts like humans, so if swallowed whole nuts can cause health complications. Almonds and peanuts are safe in dog treats.
Are eggs okay for my dog to eat?
Eggs are a great source of very digestible protein, riboflavin, and selenium. For some dogs that are prone to digestive upset, eggs can give them a little protein boost.
Calories 22 Cal/5g
Crude Fiber 1.45 g/100g
Shelf life: 14 months
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