What Foods are Safe for Dogs?

At Luca’s Barkery, we understand the importance of providing our furry friends with a balanced and nutritious diet. While our dogs may prefer to eat any and everything, not all foods are safe for them to consume. In this article, we want to help you better understand what foods are safe for dogs so you can provide your pet with the tasty, healthy, and nutritious diet they deserve.

A Gourmet Dog Bakery for Your Furry Friend

Luca’s Barkery offers a wide range of all-natural, pet-friendly baked goods that are safe and healthy for your pet to consume. Our dog treats, pupcakes, and gotcha day cakes are made from all-natural ingredients, providing your pet with a healthy and nutritious treat that can boost their immune system, improve digestive health, and provide them with the energy they need to live their best life. While our dog goodies may look like the treats we enjoy, every one of them is made with quality ingredients that are safe for your pet to consume.

All-Natural Sprinkles

Unlike the typical sugar-packed sprinkles, dog bakery sprinkles are safe for animal consumption. Pet-safe sprinkles made from fruit and vegetable coloring provide a natural and healthy way to decorate your pet’s baked goods. These sprinkles are made with all-natural ingredients and are free from harmful chemicals and dyes.

Not only do pet-safe sprinkles add a pop of color to your pet’s treats, but they also offer a healthy and nutritious option for pet owners who want the best for their dogs.

Frosting & Filling

While your dog may like the sugary frosting that tops your baked goods, it may leave them with an upset stomach. Pet-safe yogurt, on the other hand, is a healthy and delicious alternative to traditional frosting. Made from all-natural ingredients and free from harmful additives, this yogurt provides a creamy and smooth texture that pets love. It’s also a source of protein and calcium, making it a nutritious addition to a doggy birthday cake that won’t ruin your pet’s diet.

Dog-Friendly Carob Chips

It’s no secret that chocolate is bad for dogs, but that doesn’t mean they have to miss out on a chocolate-like experience altogether. Pet-friendly carob chocolate chips are a tasty and safe option for pet owners who want to add a touch of sweetness to their pet’s baked goods.

Made from carob, a natural, non-toxic alternative to chocolate, these chips are free from the harmful ingredients found in traditional chocolate. Carob provides a rich and indulgent flavor that your pets will love without the health risks associated with chocolate consumption.

Healthy Dog Birthday Cakes & Gotcha Day Cake Batter

Another great tasty dog treat that is safe for your pet to eat is a pet-safe cake batter. The pet-safe batter is the perfect base for creating delicious and nutritious baked goods for your furry friend. Made with all-natural ingredients and free from harmful additives, pet-safe batter provides a fluffy and moist texture that pets love.

Foods You Should Avoid Feeding Your Dogs

Now that you know what your dog can eat, we should cover the things you should avoid feeding your furry friend. There are many foods that are unsafe for dogs and can cause serious health problems if consumed. Some of the most common food items to avoid include chocolate, caffeine, grapes and raisins, nuts, onions, avocados, and sugary foods.

These foods can cause symptoms ranging from digestive upset and vomiting to more severe issues such as liver failure. In addition to the specific items mentioned above, it is essential to avoid giving table scraps and other human foods to your pet, as they may contain harmful ingredients. The best way to ensure your pet’s health and well-being is to stick to a balanced diet specifically formulated for dogs.

Dog Treats & Dog Food That Are Safe for Your Pet

You can trust the dog bakery at Luca’s Barkery to provide you and your pet with high-quality dog treats and dog food that is safe for your pet to consume. Learn more about our dog bakery today, and be sure to contact us for more information on what is and isn’t safe for your dog to eat.