First Sunday on the farm at Oprington Acres in Dexter.
Barking Dozen is now available at Collings Feed & Seed in Rochester! Stop in and let Randy know your dog digs Grain Goodies.
Our treats will be available for purchase during the Paws & Claws Pet Walk at Cooke Park.
We will donate all proceeds ($100!) of our sales at the Tim Rasmusson 5K to Gift of Life Transplant House.
Look for our treats at the 12th annual Paws & Claws Humane Society Wine Tasting.
Our treats will be offered at the Pure Rock Studios Winter Showcase raffle.
I lost my Bella, the Lab who enjoyed water but could not swim. She was 12, and died peacefully. There will be another dog in my life, and we won't stop making treats.
Every batch of our homemade dog treats contain only three ingredients. Nothing you can't pronounce.
Only the best for my dog, and yours. Horses dig them, too!
We are licensed by the state of Minnesota as a pet food manufacturer, and also organized as a limited liability company.
A one pint Ball canning jar containing five dozen treats will run you eight dollars, available exclusively at Kinney Creek Brewery and also at Collins Feed & Seed.
Spent grain is the byproduct of homebrew beer that we have repurposed into tasty treats.
We package and freeze each batch of raw material grain, then defrost the grain right before mixing with the flour and eggs. Because the treats are made by hand, each treat is about one inch in diameter. Perfect size for training!
It was 2014. A friend who homebrews offered some byproduct spent grain. "You like to cook. Make dog treats for Bella".
Five gallons of grain showed up while I had been researching recipes. There were some trial and error batches, but the process eventually perfected. The majority of each batch was given to friends and family. After a while, there was a unanimous "You should sell these!". So here we are.
Bart, Brinkley, Wally
Brinkley is a Community Service Dog with the Sterling (IL) Police Department, and one of the first in the industry. She is a Golden Retriever, and just turned two on January 9th. Her job is to make people smile and feel happy. She attends community events, visits with children at the schools, and comforts victims during hard times. She also provides comfort and support to our police officers, dispatchers, and staff. Brinkley loves to ride around town in her squad car. In her free time, Brinkley loves belly rubs, treats, and napping under the Chief’s desk. Brinkley’s care is maintained through donations and grants. You can follow her on Facebook at @brinkleysterling
I can't remember a time when my cousins and I didn't have critters at home. I also remember when canned dog food contained horse meat. We can do better. Sign up to hear from us about specials, sales, and events.