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Whole Grain Flour

Whole grains (like whole wheat) are packed with all kinds of things that are great for your dog or cat - fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. Whole wheat also contains antioxidants.

The "whole" in whole wheat flour is key - whole grains are the good stuff that you want to give to your furry friends and that is why we use it in all our baked goods.

If you would prefer your pet to stay completely grain free, please let us know and we can suggest alternatives.


Pumpkin Puree

Pumpkin is absolutely packed full of beneficial vitamins and minerals and can be included as part of your dog or cats regular diet.

The many benefits of pumpkin include vitamin A, which is essential for eye health. Vitamin C, a massive immune system booster. - Zinc, great for improving your pet's skin and coat. Pumpkin can help aid digestive regularity and can even help towards 
eradicating many common parasites due to it's high amounts of amino acid.

This super ingredient is also great tasting and due to it's high water content, actually helps prevent dehydration.


Just like with us humans, carrots are a really healthy snack for your dogs and cats. 


Carrots contain several vitamins and minerals such as vitamin K1, B6, potassium, and fibre, they are treasured as an excellent source of beta carotene. Beta carotene, which converts into vitamin A when ingested, is highly regarded as a super antioxidant.



Another great veggie that is beneficial to your pets diet.

Courgettes are low in fat, packed full of vitamin C, potassium, calcium,

beta-carotene, and folate which is great for both dogs and cats.

Peanut Butter

We only ever use 100% natural smooth peanut butter in our bakes which means it contains ZERO palm oil, ZERO salt and sugar and definitely ZERO xylitol.

In moderation, peanuts are a great source of heart healthy fats, protein, vitamin B, niacin and Vitamin E.


Fresh Thyme

Thyme is a fantastic natural preservative that also has great digestive benefits for both cats and dogs. It also has anti-bacterial properties and is great for overall skin health, brain function and gastrointestinal health.

Our bakes are created for treat purposes only and should be fed to your pet sparingly.


We recommend all our bakes are kept in an airtight container and refrigerated if fresh.  Our dehydrated treats just need to be kept cool.


Organic Carob

It is so important to know that human chocolate is TOXIC for dogs and cats and should NEVER be fed to our pets.

Luckily for them, carob powder is completely safe and also pretty tasty as an alternative!

Boasting a naturally sweet flavour, similar to chocolate, carob also contains a variety of healthy nutrients such as vitamins A, B, and D as well as calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, and protein.



Desiccated Coconut

Another natural ingredient we use from time to time is desiccated coconut.

Dried coconut has many benefits for cats and dogs including reducing inflammation in joints and anti-oxidants that help support the immune system.

We use coconut for decoration purposes only as feeding it in larger quantities to your pets can lead to upset tummies.



Apples are as packed full of health benefits for dogs and cats as they are for us humans! 

They provide vitamin A, vitamin C and heaps of dietary fibre. The paw-fect addition to your pets diet.

The Pembrokeshire Pet Bakery recommends that you always check with a Veterinary professional before introducing your pet to any new foods.



Banana can be a healthy snack for both dogs and cats, but due to its high sugar content, it should only ever be fed in small amounts, as a special tasty treat.

Benefits of the occasional bananary treat include high levels of potassium, vitamins, biotin, fibre and copper.



Organic Potato

Cooked and mashed potato is used to decorate our birthday cakes and pup-cakes. 


Whilst uncooked potato is indigestible for both dogs and cats, the occasional small amount of cooked potato is a tasty treat and full of potassium and carbohydrates.  


Food Colouring

The gorgeous colours we ice onto our treats are completely safe for your pets.


We do advise that you feed any treat to your pets sparingly. If you are unsure about any of our ingredients, always consult your vet for advice.

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