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Blueberry Dog Treats

Baked Goods Blueberry Muffin Treats

From scraps to snacks, Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats are sweet treats made from upcycled, human-grade ingredients.

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Product details

Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats are guilt-free, tasty treats for trick training, applying flea & tick treatment, or simply treating your pet day-to-day.

Feeding instructions

Baked Goods are safe and healthy for dogs. Supervise your pets at all times when feeding and provide plenty of fresh drinking water. As with any pet treat, wash your hands after handling.

Tips for use

There are many reasons to treat your pet! Our blueberry dog treats are best used for:

  • Obedience training

  • Applying flea and tick treatment

  • Tricks and fun!

Important information

Blueberry dog treats should not exceed 10% of your pet's daily food intake. To avoid overconsumption of this product, break blueberry muffin treats into smaller bites.

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Made with upcycled ingredients

From scraps to snacks, Baked Goods are sweet treats made from upcycled, human-grade ingredients. No artificial flavors or unnecessary fillers.

PetFriendly's blueberry treats for dogs are made with whole ingredients like wheat flour, blueberries, and honey to support your dog's health during treat time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

About Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats

Want to learn more about our healthy dog treats and the benefits for your pack? Explore these commonly asked questions and find out more about our yummy, blueberry dog treats.

What's in them?

Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats are made with upcycled, human-grade ingredients, including:

  • Dried Bakery Product

  • Wheat Flour

  • Glycerin

  • Natural Maple Flavor

  • Dried Blueberries

  • Canola Oil

  • Lactic Acid

  • Natural Blueberry Flavor

  • Honey

Are there any health benefits?

We love this question! Our Blueberry muffin treats have a mix of ingredients with health benefits:

  • Blueberries are low-calorie, contain antioxidants, and have vitamin C and vitamin K, which are great for dogs' immune systems.

  • Eggs have vitamin B2 and vitamin B12 to boost dogs' skin and coat.

  • Honey contains antioxidants that help keep your dog healthy.

  • Vegetable glycerin can be beneficial for skin and coat health in dogs.

While blueberry muffins from a grocery store or bakery may not serve as a healthy snack for your pup, Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats are a safe option for dogs. And, they smell just like real blueberry muffins — no cooking required!

Where are they made?

Baked Good Blueberry Dog Treats are proudly made for pups in the USA.

How many should my dog eat?

Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats should be used for intermittent feeding only. Looking for a daily vitamin supplement to support your dog's growth and development? Check out our Daily Supplement for Dogs.

Are they safe for puppies?

Yes! Break the blueberry muffin treats into small pieces before feeding. Place the pieces in a small bowl and only feed your dog a few pieces per day. Have a new dog? It may be beneficial to visit your vet for allergy testing. Find out if your dog has allergies to any of the following ingredients:

  • Blueberries

  • Wheat flour

  • Coconut oil

  • Eggs

  • Salt

  • Honey

Can dogs eat blueberry muffins?

For dog parents wondering, "Can dogs eat blueberry muffins?" look no further. Blueberry muffins you buy at the store are typically made with lots of sugar. So, blueberry muffins from the store aren't a healthy snack for your puppy.

But, Baked Goods Blueberry Dog Treats are made with safe ingredients and are a healthy treat for your furry friend. And, they smell just like real blueberry muffins!

Are fresh blueberries good for dogs?

Yes! Fresh and frozen blueberries are healthy treats for dogs when fed in moderation.

Dog owners can treat their pup with fresh or frozen blueberries during trick training and everyday feeding. Place a small amount of blueberries in a small bowl and let your dog try them.

If your dog enjoys blueberries, consider adding small pieces to your dog's treat rotation. Bananas, apples, coconut oil, and pumpkin are other options to substitute for fresh blueberries.

Remember, some fruits can cause adverse reactions in canines. We recommend talking to your vet before adding fruit to your dog's diet.

Can dogs have melted coconut oil?

Melted coconut oil is a healthy fat that is safe for dogs to consume. We recommend checking with your vet before feeding your puppies melted coconut oil, as it is high in cholesterol. Coconut oil contains lauric acid which helps fight viruses, yeast infections, and ringworm.

What is the size of the bag?

1 oz bags of our blueberry muffin treats can be purchased in one-time, 6-packs, and subscriptions.

What foods are harmful to dogs?

Eating certain foods may cause harm to your dog's health. As a dog parent, you may be wondering which wonderful cooking recipes are safe for your dog, and which they should miss out on.

Here are some foods that are harmful to dogs:

  • Chocolate (dark, milk, white)

  • Garlic

  • Grapefruit

  • Grapes and raisins

  • Mushrooms

  • Onions

  • Peppers

Want the full list? Check out our complete guide for what foods can dogs eat.

It's best to avoid cooking recipes for your dog that have lots of sugar and salt. And, always talk to your vet before feeding your dog new foods, especially if they are allergic to any treats or foods.

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