Thursday, November 28, 2013

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Holiday Treats have filled up our shop

We have decked our halls with festive holiday treats handcrafted from us just for your four-legged best friend.  We have expanded our recipes, as well as kept some PUPular ones.

We're certainly having fun in the bakery this year...and all in healthy ways for your pup!
Remember, all of our ingredients are sourced from our own sustainable farm, or we have shopped local suppliers for everything we use.  We are serious about the health and safety of your pup's diet: and we make sure it all tastes grrrreat too!   
Grabbing a BARKer's dozen will always get your a free treat in store or online!

Sam The Snowman

Our Sam the Snowman treat is handcrafted right in our bakery.  We use stone ground whole wheat flour, turkey, egg, and turkey stock as our main ingredients...then we dip them in yogurt and carob and dash on a few sprinkles.
These snowmen may not melt, but we are sure they will disappear!

Vanilla Mint Candy Canes

A minty delicious candy cane! Stoneground whole wheat flour, natural vanilla, local peppermint and parsley from our own farm.
Did you know that vanilla, parsley and mint are natural breath fresheners? We have combined them in this tasty treat your pup will love...and you will love it when you get a minty kiss!

Chicken Snowflakes
It's snowing Chicken!  Well, atleast your pup won't mind...
We've taken our chicken recipe that has been popular through the years,
and cut them into snowflakes and decorated them up with a bit of yogurt. 
You're pup will be so happy that these snowflakes came out!

These are just a few of our seasonal handcrafted treats. 
Want to see more?  Visit our online store!

Monday, November 18, 2013

New Food In Store! LiveFree from Dogswell

We are proud to announce a new line of dog food at the Bakery! 

The Dogswell LiveFree line of dry and canned food is rated 5 stars by the Dog Food Adviser. 

It is ultra low on the glycemic scale, perfect for dogs with diabetes who need a very low carbohydrate diet. Potato and tapioca free, these recipes contain pre and pro biotics to aid in digestion! We can help you decide if your dog would benefit from a change to this food, come in and talk to us!

Happy Birthday Remus!

Happy Birthday Remus!
We're so happy to have been a part of your celebration! WOOF!

Visit our Gingerbread House at Great Northern Mall!

Visit our gingerbread house at Great Northern Mall to support Welcome House
Beginning November 18th and on display throughout the Holiday Season!
Our gingerbread house will be on display throughout the holiday season again this year at Great Northern Mall!  Wait 'til you see what Sue has planned this year!

We will also be set up there to sell our handcrafted treats:  
Sunday, November 24th from 12-5 -and-
Sunday December 1st 12-5
Join us!

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Professional Pet Portraits Nov. 17th!

Professional Pet Portrait Day
Sunday, November 17th   
11AM-4:30 PM
Barbara Bowers of Equine Artistry by Barbara will be at the bakery for professional pet portraits! Barbara Bowers is a wonderful lady with great experience with pet photography.  
This is your opportunity to get your Christmas card pictures done! 
The sitting fee is $30 and includes a 4 X 6 print. Barbara will donate half of each sitting fee to a local rescue! Please call for an appointment, 440-353-1990. To see Barbara's work, please visit her website  You can see a gallery of beautiful dog photos!   

Monday, November 11, 2013

Stop in and shop on Sundays in November for a good cause!

Rescue Sundays All November!
Benefits Fido's Companion

November is Fido's Companion month! This is a very hard working group of people, not afraid to take on the challenge and expense of the toughest rescue cases.  Stop by and shop on Sundays and 10% of your purchase will go to this great local rescue! 
Learn more about them at

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Safety on those craft mart treats...

Just a little safety scoop for your pup...
Something to be aware of as we get into craft show season is what to look for in home made treats that may be for sale at these events. Whether you sell treats at a store or from your home, you need to be certified by the Dept of Agriculture. There should be ingredients listed as well as an analysis of crude protein, crude fat, crude fiber and moisture.

If you don't see this information, ask the seller. Also ask where the ingredients come from.  

A home made treat using cheap ingredients isn't any safer than a commercial one.  Please think twice when making your purchase, and get those snacks from a trusted source.