Whether you’re training your pet or just giving them a little extra love, give your furry friend a treat from one of these 10 Australian-based dog treat companies they are sure to enjoy.
Belle’s Barkin Good Treats
Belle’s Barkin Good Treats is a mother and daughter duo from the Central Coast, NSW. Treat your dog to one of their treat bags, their homemade peanut butter or even one of their cakes and cupcakes if you’re local. Shipping their products around Australia, they make many delicious treats from oat flour and produce purees for all dog breeds of all ages.
Ten years ago, WAG began their business in 100% natural and sustainably sourced dog treats. Made from dehydrated animal parts sourced from local butchers and farmers in Victoria and Queensland with only a select few from sources in New Zealand, Brazil and Poland, these treats have many health benefits for your pooch.
Established in 2012 in Sydney and now based in Melbourne, All Barks uses an air-drying method with a heat and cooling technique to make their government certified treats. With two ranges of treats, give your dog beneficial treats packed with nutrients. Try the Aussie BBQ Range, made from real meat, vegetables and other superfood ingredients, or try the Taste of Australia Range, with 90%+ real meat content and other added ingredients including fish, kelp, spinach, vitamins and minerals.
Try something new with Freezy Paws. Based in Victoria, this family-owned factory provides a variety of nutritious treats. Freezy Paws uses technology from North America and Asia to produce these freeze-dried treats, and you can treat your dog to products including pig, venison, kangaroo, beef, boar, chicken and fish.
The Pawstry Box
Healthy, fresh and made-to order, The Pawstry Box makes sure that “healthy is not boring.” Using safe colours, fruit and vegetables, treat your pet to one of the many products from this Perth-based company, like a box of their “Pawstries,” donuts, cakes, bones, biscuits or dehydrated chews.
Bonza Dog Treats
Be confident in the health of your dog when you give them treats from NSW-based Bonza Dog Treats. With a founder and director who has a degree in Canine Health and Nutrition, choose from a wide range of products, including enrichment products like lickmats, treats with fur for a gut cleanse, and sort the products by benefit or by protein. Bonza also has a collection of products called “Fugly & FOMO,” where you can get treats from the usual line of products but not of the usual standard or products that are in limited supply, so you don’t miss out on a great product.
Aussie Dog Treats
Get your paws on these all-natural, handcrafted dog treats from Aussie Dog Treats. These treats are made from 100% Australian produce and each treat is made from a single ingredient. No matter what way you are treating your dog, rest assured that they are consuming premium produce from Aussie Dog Treats.
Farmhouse Pet Treats
Farmhouse Pet Treats was founded in Yass, NSW and continues to support the community to this day. With products like dog cookies, donuts, crazy bones and birthday cakes, treat your dog to products with ingredients sourced close to Yass. Farmhouse Pet Treats also provides treats for more than just your dog, but your cat, horse, rabbit, mouse and guinea pig as well.
Drool Pet Co
Drool Pet Co provides naturally dehydrated, 100% all-natural meat dog treats. Based in Cairns, Qld, these nutritious treats are packed with benefits that may include improved oral health, more energy, immune support and a healthier coat, to name a few. Drool Pet Co has treats made from lamb, beef jerky, chicken, deer, fish and baked treats, as well as raw natural dog food.
Gourmet Dog Barkery
Established in 2009, Gourmet Dog Barkery provides handmade, fresh-baked dog treats to spoil your pooch. Additive and preservative free, purchase their naturally dried treats and chews or their personalised birthday cakes and biscuits for a special occasion or just because. Explore their products with over 30 flavours made by staff trained in canine nutrition.
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