For us at Brown Dog Bakery, creating yummo doggo treats is important but our main aim is to create treats that are natural and can aid in the health and well being of your doggo ... this is why we purposely select our ingredients and super foods and why we meticulously try and test the recipes that we devise and formulate. After all ... nothing but the best for our doggos!!
Why Does Brown Dog Bakery Mainly Use Oats?
Brown Dog Bakery loves oats and oats are gentle on dog's tummy's unlike other grains that can sometimes cause upsets due to gluten.
Brown Dog Bakery's oat flour is supplied from South Australia.
So why not use alternative gluten free ingredients instead of oats? Brown Dog Bakery has a close relationship with rural South Australia and farming due to their founder being raised on a mixed cropping and sheep property which still remains in the family today. Brown Dog Bakery is a strong supporter of Australian farmers and is proud to use produce that has been farmed in Australia.
In conjunction with oat flour, Brown Dog Bakery does also use Red Lentil Flour from 'Pinnaroo Farms' a South Australian business, Coconut Flour and Hemp Flour in some of their recipes.
All of the fruit and vegetable waste from the Brown Dog Bakery kitchen is placed in our worm farm where 'worm juice' aka 'worm tea' or 'worm wee', is then used to fertilize our naturally grown vegetables (we do not use chemically formulated fertilizers, growth stimulants, antibiotics or pesticides on our vegetable garden).
BROWN DOG CO - launched 31 May 2022
Brown Dog Co is a small sister business to Brown Dog Bakery. Brown Dog Co is for the hoomans and presently offers dehydrated citrus wheels used for cocktails, mocktails, freshening up your glass of water, fancying up your hot cup of tea, hampers/gifts, grazing boards/cheese platters, soap/candle making, decoration for cakes/desserts and Christmas decorations.