MemphisCoPawtisserie

Natural Homemade Goodies for Pooches - no sugar added!

Somerset, New Jersey | 38 Sales

MemphisCoPawtisserie

Natural Homemade Goodies for Pooches - no sugar added!

Somerset, New Jersey 38 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Last updated on October 3, 2014
Welcome to Memphis & Co Pawtisserie!! Hope you enjoy your stay and find something for your furry friend to munch on. Here is some more information about the healthful benefits of the ingredients I use in my Jax Snax biscuit recipes:

(All ingredients in Jax Snax, including the herbs and spices, are organic and some are fair trade)

- Pumpkin is full of fiber, and is good for digestive health. Having pumpkin in your furry friend’s diet can help with both diarrhea and constipation, as well as keep them regular if it is given, well, regularly. It is also believed pumpkin may help with urinary health, and it doesn't hurt that it’s naturally a good source of vitamin A (Beta-carotene), potassium, and iron.
- Flax seeds contain fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for a dog’s skin and coat. Omega-3s are also believed to support the immune system and may help with allergies. We use flax seed meal, not whole seeds, which is the key in allowing the proper absorption of the beneficial nutrients.
- Eggs offer a source of highly digestible protein and riboflavin.
- Brown rice is low in fat, gives an energy boost (thanks to carbohydrates) and is higher in protein than white rice. Using rice flour keeps the treats wheat-free and gluten-free!


- Parsley is good for fighting doggie breath and contains calcium, potassium, and beta-carotene.

- Chlorophyll is the green pigment found in plants that, along with sunshine and photosynthesis, makes plants green. It is good for digestion and known to neutralize odors. It fights not only bad breath, but other “odors” (some call it internal deodorant) and is used by some to help reduce the odor of female dogs in heat.

- Fennel is believed to be beneficial for a dog’s urinary tract. It is also good for the digestive tract, and helps reduce flatulence (farting!) and can help reduce bloating, burping, and other un-pleasantries associated with an upset tummy (you know buster sometimes finds the worst things to snack on). Also helps with doggie breath due to its anti-bacterial properties.

- “Ginger is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory and is used to treat digestive upset, nausea, gas, motion sickness, heart problems, joint inflammation due to arthritic conditions, to reduce fever, and is also effective as an anti-infective, especially against viruses.” (http://www.marvelousproducts.com/information-on-can-i-give-my-dog-questions.html)

- (Ceylon) Cinnamon is thought to have a myriad of healthful properties, including fighting bad breath, being an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory, and having warming, soothing, and calming properties. “Traditionally, cinnamon has been used around the world to remedy flatulence, nausea, diarrhea, and painful menstrual periods. It’s also believed to boost energy, vitality, circulation, cognitive function and overall brain health […] In one study, sniffing cinnamon was shown to result in improved brain function – test subjects performed better at memory and attention after a whiff of this spectacular spice. So if you’re working with your dog on learning new tricks, definitely offer him or her a sniff of cinnamon before you begin your training session!” (http://bunkblog.net/foods-safe-for0dogs/can-dogs-eat-cinnamon)

- Rosemary is an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and thought to help stimulate blood flow to the brain. It also acts as a natural preservative.

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Returns and exchanges
Due to the edible nature of my items, as well as the hard work and effort that goes into creating all these tasty goods, they are non-returnable and all sales are final (unless the item is significantly different from the listing description, as per Etsy policies). If your pooch does not like his treats, I do encourage you to give them to a fellow four-legged friend, or, if all else fails, donate them to a local shelter or rescue organization.
Payment
PayPal is my payment method of choice. You can also pay with your card through PayPal without even having an account.

Postal Money Orders (USPS Money Orders ONLY) can also be accepted on a case by case basis - but your purchase will not ship until payment is received - please contact me to learn more.
Shipping
To provide my customers with the freshest treats, I only ship within the US.

I make most of the treats to order, so it may take up to a week for your order to ship out. If you are ordering for a special occasion, and need it by a certain date, please contact me ahead of time to ensure it will get there.

Items will be shipped only to the address listed in your PayPal account - note that this is for the protection of both the seller and buyer. The buyer can add new addresses to their PayPal account, but this must be done BEFORE making the purchase - as we have no control over your PayPal information.

Please note that a shipping notification will be sent to your email, containing tracking information, if applicable - any tracking info will also automatically be uploaded to PayPal when I print a shipping label. It may take up to one *business* day for the post office to "scan" the package in, so do not be alarmed if you do not immediately see tracking info.

Most orders will ship via First Class mail. You can upgrade to Priority or Express mail at the buyer's cost - please contact me with your zip code if you'd like to do this and I will give you a quote and edit the listing once you agree to the new shipping price.