Unique Treat Dog Biscuits

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Last updated on March 14, 2011

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Unique Treat Dog Bones are paw-licking good! They're good enough for you, but made for your pets. All of my recipes are made with organic and fresh ingredients. I use whole wheat, rye, and soy flours, with real milk, eggs & cheeses. I NEVER add sugar. A few recipes have a small amount of honey or molasses. I always list all ingredients in the materials list, so you have to be the judge for your pet. If you have a question about what's right for your dogs' dietary needs, please check with your Vet.

If your dog is sensitive to wheat (most all my recipes use some whole wheat flour), please contact me & I will arrange to list a wheat free alternative for you!

Some of my biscuits are made hard to assist with oral care and just offer a consistency change in my dogs' diets. This has led to a funny, yet very true story which happened 8/22/08;

I had left a tray of Apple Drop Biscuits in the oven to harden a bit as the oven cooled. Well, I promptly forgot about them. When my Mother went to cook a pizza several days later, she turned the oven on to preheat without realizing the treats were in there. Needless to say they were too old and brown to sell at this point, not to mention they seemed to be extremely hard.

Since four of the dogs that began circling are small Yorkies, and one is very old with poor teeth, I tried to break the treats so that they all could have a taste.

Well.....I couldn't break them at all. Not even when I laid them on the ground and hit them with a brick. My Grams didn't believe that I was serious so she took one and tried also. Then my Mom joined in. All of us trying to break a cookie with whatever we could find, rocks, bricks, a planter.... what a site!

Of course we were all laughing and not really paying attention to the dogs, so they took advantage, circled, ran in, and stole the non-breaking cookies. Thinking that they could harm them (as in break their jaws, lol) I tried to get the cookies back, but each protected theirs as they lay and chewed on them. Lucky was the only one that heard break a cookie (he is a Corgie)and it took him a while! Don't worry, I checked, he didn't break any teeth in the process! But no dog, not even Miss Twinkles, the pickiest eater (she is usually hand fed people food by my Mom) would give up their cookie, or give up on eating them.

They all laid in the grass, at strategic locations all over the yard, cookies poised in between their paws, heads down, eyes up, gnawing on their treat, growling at anyone that came near. When we would get too close, they'd pick up their imitation rocks and run to another spot to lay down and work on it some more. I have never laughed so hard in my life, it really was a site to behold, five dogs (Dallas was back inside my house so he missed out on the fun) laying all over the yard, growling and gnawing away! By golly they all ate every bit of those hard things too. Not one crumb was left. I know because my Grams couldn't believe that any dog could actually eat them, let alone her nearly toothless dog, so she inspected each inch of the porch and yard!

Not only were there no crumbs left, Lol, they all came back licking their chops and looking for more!

Now, I promise you that your Apple Drop Biscuits will not be as hard as this batch was, but they are still a good, hard cookie that tastes great while helping with oral care!

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All payments are expected in USD. You may pay with credit or debit card via paypal or google check out. If you want to pay via google, please check the other box and make a note in the notes to seller box. I will send you an invoice through google and then you can proceed to pay. Either way, all payments are expected within three business days of purchase.


I make all orders fresh, and ship within a day of oven removal. I usually am able to ship within two days of payment confirmation, excluding weekends and holidays. If, however I am backed up with local orders, I will notify you immediately and give you an approximate shipping date.

*As of 5/20/08 I will ship priority in the USA for anything over 2oz., and 1st class international on orders outside the USA. **I currently list the highest zone price for the priority postage. If you live in a less expensive zone you WILL BR REFUNDED the difference for shipping. I do include delivery confirmation on all orders over 2oz!**

If you want another type of delivery method, please contact me prior to purchase & I will verify the cost and list an updated postage rate for you.*

*Postage Fees*
Due to all the variation and combination's of weight in my shop, I have not altered the TREAT (**non treat items are priced as they should be**) secondary weights. However, I do not wish to profit from excess postage. I will refund any postage that exceeds the actual cost by 1.50$ as long as it is being mailed to the same address.
In most cases I also include delivery confirmation. I am sorry for the inconvenience of this. If you do not wish to deal with a refund, please order and wait for me to weigh out your order and verify the postage amount (this is only for multiple orders of treats), then I will issue you a revised invoice via paypal and you will be able to pay the exact amount.
If this is your choice, please remember to let me know by making a note in the "notes to seller" area so that I won't be waiting on your payment.
If you want to know the postage amount prior to purchase, you are welcome to send me a convo detailing the items you are interested in and I will be happy to weigh them out and calculate the postage for your zip code. Any way you look at it, please be assured that you will NOT be overcharge for postage.

*ALL Orders*
In order to save money, unless you specifically request, I will ship uninsured. While a broken biscuit is still good to eat, if you want to insure your order, let me know before ordering and I will revise your postal fee and list it for you, with the insurance added.

If you want to ship as a gift, please contact me with details, I will be happy to accommodate you.

*Overseas shipping*
*As of 5-19-08 I will ship out of my country by 1st class international. If you wish a different delivery method, please contact me prior to purchase and I will verify the correct postage and list the adjusted rate for you. *If your country is not listed, please contact me and I will verify the import regulations of your country, the shipping rate, and list it for you.
**In all cases the buyer is responsible for any and all customs regulations, taxes and duties.

Additional policies and FAQs

All treats come in your choice of small, medium or large. The ones that are shaped like bones are approx. 3 1/8" long by 3/4" wide for smalls. Approx. 3 1/2" long by 1" wide for mediums. And larges are approx. 4" long x 2" wide.
The cookie shaped biscuits are also sold in the three sizes, but they are free-handed, so sizes are not uniform.

All treats except those containing peanut butter and meats are; $2.00 for 2oz, $3.75 for 4oz, $5.00 for 6oz, $6.75 for 8oz, and $13.50 for 16oz.
Peanut Butter & meat containing treats are; $2.50 for 2oz, $4.00 for 4oz, $5.50 for 6oz, $7.25for 8oz, and $14.00 for 1lb.

Since these have no preservatives, care must be taken in storage. In general you should store dog treats the same way you would homemade people cookies. That being said, there are two main variables that determine storage time - the amount and type of fat in the recipe and your local weather conditions.

If your treat has butter, meat bits, meat juices, or fresh fruits and vegetables, it will be more prone to rancidity. Also, treats may mold or spoil much faster in humid or very hot climates.
Although I've never had them last long around my dogs, under ideal conditions you can keep treats in an air-tight container for approx. 3-4wks.

Refrigeration will prolong the life to approx. 6-8 weeks. Make sure to store in a tightly sealed container or zip lock bag. I recommend keeping all uneaten bones that contain meats, cheeses and vegetable in the refrigerator, although I know users who do not, and they have not had issues with them.

You can also freeze treats in zip lock freezer bags.Frozen bones should be used within approx. 8 months. Always remember to allow the treats to thaw completely before use. This should take approx. 20-30 min.

No matter how you store your treats, before feeding inspect each treat for signs of mold. If any is noticed, throw the treat out, as mold is dangerous for dogs to ingest.

*Packaging and Appearance*
Unless you purchase a tin or other specialized container, your order will be shipped in a cello bag with varying designs, therefore, it may not be the same design that is pictured. Most orders are also placed inside a bakery box.

*General Information*
I highly recommend that you consult your Vet for any dietary questions or concerns. I am not a Vet and do not represent having a Veterinarian's medical knowledge.

Any information I provide on oils, herbs and fragrances is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, cure, prevent or, diagnose any disease or condition, nor is it intended to prescribe in any way. The information may not be complete, or entirely accurate. You should seek professional medical advice for any condition or questions you may have.

Even when the product you purchase is made from food grade essential oils, you should NOT use them internally, unless you are working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Additionally, you should Keep all essential oils, and products made from them, away from children.
Before using any new product, especially those made with essential oils, you should always apply first to a small area of skin to test for reaction. This is referred to as a patch test. If you find that you pet is sensitive, discontinue use.

Cats are sensitive to the effects of essential oils according to the ESPCA. Please do not use these sprays on cats.