Friday, February 21, 2014

Healthy Dog Treats Wheat, Corn, Soy, Gluten Free

Are you looking for healthy dog treats that are wheat, corn, soy and gluten free?

Some dogs are allergic to wheat and other grains. Some dog owners just do not want to give treats for dogs that contain grains.

This assortment of dog treats offers some savory choices.
Healthy dog treats that are wheat, corn, soy, gluten free


These are just a few of the many delicious handcrafted dog treats made just for your special pet. All of these treats can be shipped and would make a nice surprise gift to send to someone to show you are thinking about them.
They are available through, the online marketplace that houses the largest collection of pet bakeries under one "roof".
The specific treats for dogs include:
On top right - Banana cake for dogs. Comes either frosted or not frosted. Made with organic oat flour. No wheat, corn or soy.
Peanut butter dog treats are shown on the bottom left. These treats are made using peanut butter that is made from 100% fresh peanuts - no additives. Made fresh when ordered and are wheat, corn and soy free.
Finally, on the bottom right, decorated dog cookies decorated by hand are wheat and gluten free and available in Canada.
Click the links and place your order today. And while you are there, browse through the other wonderful treats and pet products.

Friday, January 31, 2014

"Yukon Quest" Dog Treat Recipe

It's time for the Yukon Quest! We have created a special dog treat recipe to celebrate the brave dogs who enjoy this sort of sport. And they do!

reindeer dog treats
Yukon Quest Dog Treats
In Alaska this past summer I was fortunate to meet Mandy Nauman, a 32 year old rookie dog musher training for her first Yukon Quest race. The Yukon Quest is a 1,000 mile sled dog race starting in Fairbanks, Alaska and ending in Whitehorse, Yukon. Whitehorse is the capital city of the westernmost Canadian territory Yukon.

Yukon Quest dog treat recipe
Mandy Nauman talks about training for the Yukon Quest

This race began in 1984 to support long distance sled dog racing as a sport. The race commemorates the Yukon River which was the historical highway of the north. It follows the winter trail traveled by prospectors, adventurers, and mail and supply carriers. 

Mandy works at a kennel and trains sled dogs. She introduced some of them to us. She demonstrated how the dogs are hitched to the sled and how they run. You could see the excitement throughout the team. These animals could not wait to start pulling that sled! Mandy explained that the most enthusiastic dogs are the ones chosen for mushing training. As you can see from the photos, they are mixes, not purebreds.

Sled dogs

There are 21 contestants in this race. The youngest musher is 22, and the oldest is 61.

"Yukon Quest" Dog Treat Recipe

This original recipe for dog treats uses reindeer sausage. It looks like any other sausage and is a favorite in Alaska.

Reindeer sausage dog treats
Reindeer sausage
What you need:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Using a large spoon, mix K9Katie’s Cake And Biscuit Mix, water, oil, cinnamon, and honey together in a large bowl to form a dough
  • Fold in diced reindeer sausage.
  • Press the dough into a greased 18 mini bone silicone baking pan. 
  • Place the baking pan on a flat baking sheet for stability and place on the middle oven rack.
  • Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes.
  • Turn off the oven and let the pan sit in the oven for 60 minutes more to dry out the biscuits so they become crisp and crunchy. 
  • Take the pan out of the oven and let it cool. Then gently turn it over. The biscuits will easily drop out.
  • Let the biscuits cool completely.
  • To finish, mix up ½ cup of Fido’s Royal Icing adding the correct amount of water for drizzling as per the instructions on the package. Drizzle the dog treat icing over the finished biscuits and let it dry completely.
For the photo, we made mini dog bone ice cubes to display the treats because the Iditarod is run over ice and snow. To make ice cubes, simply put water in the silicone pan and place flat in the freezer.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Sell crafts online for pets

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE has an extremely time-limited opportunity for you to grab your own share of the more than $55,000,000,000.00 (that's billion dollars!) pet industry.

We have uncovered a virtually untapped niche of customers demanding pet products.

sell crafts online
Sell crafts online in the premier marketplace for pet crafts!


Thousands of people from across the world visit everyday. They are begging for quality pet treats, cakes and crafts. This is a huge problem for us. We are the industry leader in creating and manufacturing award-winning pet bakery supplies, but we don't make finished product. We have no choice but to turn away all this business.


The way we saw it we only had three options:

1) Continue to turn down this growing revenue stream (insane!)

 2 ) Start our own pet bakery division (but we have no interest in competing with our on customers)

 3) Send these customers (and their CASH) to YOU!!

Read the rest of this incredible time-limited offer by clicking here: Sell your handmade crafts and other pet items now

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Dangerous Dog Treats Exposed

Not all Christmas dog treats sold in the big box retail stores are safe for your pet. Our underdog mystery shopper was sniffing around in a large pet supplies chain to see what they were recommending to their customers in the way of dog treats and was appalled.

The inviting looking package is colorful and looks quite tasty on display. 

Dangerous dog treats masquerade as acceptable dog gift ideas

These are rawhide treats. But we are not going to expound on rawhide for pets. That is not the point of this post.
The manufacturer's instructions on the back of the package is what caught our underdog's attention:
Dangerous dog treats advertise their limitations

In case you cannot see the warnings, they are pointed out here...
The consumer is cautioned to: "Remove decorations before giving to your pet."
Furthermore, "Wash hands with soap and water after handling. This product may stain. Use in a stain resistant area."
We ask you: Do you want to give your dog or anyone else's beloved pet an edible product in which if you are lucky enough to catch the small print on the back, warns you NOT to eat it??
You are cautioned to SUPERVISE: "Recommended size is larger than your pet's mouth."  
Plus, you are advised to wash your hands with soap and water as it will stain. What about the pet's digestive system - does that stain red and green as well? Your carpets, couch, car - wherever your pet "enjoys" this treat - will remain decorated for Christmas saving you the effort in years to come!
Beware of dog treats like these. Make sure you know what you are giving to your pet.
Healthy dog treats will be decorated with healthy decorations that are meant to be eaten, like Fido's Frosting, which is designed specifically for dogs. It will not melt nor stain. It does not have to be removed before the dog enjoys the treat.
If the frosting is melting in the package, it is probably full of sugar and fat.

Be savvy and keep your pets safe.


Saturday, November 23, 2013

Dog Birthday Cake Has Secret Ingredient


That's the word for this dog birthday cake. 

When the cake is cut, the surprise is revealed. This all natural dog cake uses a special vegetable for its unique coloring.  No candy chips or artificial coloring involved.

dog birthday cake
This dog birthday cake is naturally purple!

The cake is finished with Fido's Frosting, all natural dog treat frosting.

Get the full dog birthday cake recipe and start baking today.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Safe Dog Treats

Make sure you only give safe dog treats and safe dog food products to your pets.
With the recent news stories about dogs dying after eating dog jerky treats made in China and other issues with food borne illnesses, we thought it was important to remind you of some basic safety tips you should consider when purchasing products to be fed to dogs. 
Safe dog treats
Buy safe dog treats

1) Look for products made from ingredients sourced only from the USA. 

2) Buy all natural or organic when possible. 

3) Although human grade ingredients are not required for pets, this type of product provides an extra level of assurance that the ingredients are safe for your dog. 

4) The safest and best products will be manufactured and packaged in an FDA approved and inspected facility. 

5) Legitimate products will have a complete ingredients list, a proper guaranteed analysis statement, and a bar code on the package. If a product is missing any of these, beware. 

6) Legitimate and legal products are licensed in the state from where they are sold. 

Unfortunately, there is frequent mislabeling (intentional or not) on many pet products. If you are unsure about a product, just check for these guidelines and be sure to ask questions. 

Fido's Frosting and K9Cakery made products meet all of these strict standards. 

All of the folks at K9Cakery wish you happy and safe baking!

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Pumpkin dog cupcakes

This dog cake recipe for pumpkin dog cupcakes is made with all natural, all human grade ingredients. That means you can enjoy one with your pup!

Pumpkin cake for dogs
Pumpkin dog cupcakes

Just click the caption above and it will take you directly to the dog cake recipe. The mini pupcakes look like mini tarts. While baking, the ingredients will fill your kitchen with the savory aroma of pumpkin muffins. 

Decorate with Fido's Frosting and all natural sprinkles for a luscious finished baked item for your pets, who will be drooling in anticipation.