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Prince Dog Cake

Prince Dog Cake by Bubba Rose Biscuit Co

This is part of our Designer Cake Series. These are soft, peanut butter carrot cakes decorated with a hard yogurt coating. These are perishable, moist, soft cakes (not stacked cookies) made with organic ingredients. A perfect treat for up to four medium-large dogs. A candle is included. The Designer Series each has corresponding cupcakes and an extra party favor for each style to accommodate parties of all sizes. Each cake comes in its own windowed cake box with a storage sheet explaining how to keep it and store leftovers.

Cake Size: 4.5" x 2.25"

Box Size: 6" x 6" x 2.5"

Ingredients: organic carrots, organic oat flour, natural wildflower honey, all natural peanut butter, organic cage-free eggs, peanut oil, baking powder, cinnamon, pure vanilla extract, baking soda, carob and/or yogurt coating.

Guaranteed Analysis: crude protein (min.) 6%, crude fat (min.) 11%, crude fiber (max.) 4%, moisture (max.) 10% Storage: If not fed the day the cake is received, keep it in the refrigerator for up to 2-3 days. If it is going to be served further out than that, put it in the freezer. They take about 2 hours to thaw (keep them wrapped while thawing). They can be portioned and frozen to enjoy later too!  

Ingredients - Healthy, Natural Dog Treats Bubba Rose Biscuit Co believes that every dog treat should be made with real, wholesome, clean ingredients. That's why they use local, fresh ingredients from the USA and never any preservatives. Every treat is wheat, corn, soy & gluten free (the most common allergens and fillers in commercial dog products) and always baked in small batches at their bakery in NJ. Everything is free of chemicals, salt, artificial flavors, colors, fillers and GMO ingredients. Just healthy, simple ingredients go into making our treats. And by the way, the dogs absolutely love them!

Flours: They use organic oat flour and organic brown rice flour in our treats. Besides being wheat-free, they are also gluten-free. No wheat and gluten-free, both wonderful for dogs with allergies, which is more common than not these days.

Meats & Eggs: They use only single source proteins in our treats, which include: beef, chicken, turkey, pork, wild-caught salmon and tuna, and cage-free eggs. All meats are locally sourced, free-range, grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic free. We only use local cage-free eggs as well. We love animals (that includes farm animals) and want only the best quality and most humane meat & eggs being used in our treats.

Fruits & Veggies: They use a variety of fruits and vegetables in our treats, all of which contain beneficial nutrient goodness. Our cakes are made with carrots, a rich source of Vitamin A and beta-carotene (an antioxidant). We use pumpkin in our biscuits, and apple in our cake pops, cake bites, and brownies, a fabulous source of fiber and great digestive aid. We use coconut on top of our decorated treats (instead of artificial sprinkles), a wonderful fruit with antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral properties excellent for so many symptoms.

Peanut Butter: They use all natural peanut butter, made locally. That means just 100% ground peanuts. That's it! A rich source of protein, and it's just so tasty to humans and dogs alike.

Yogurt Coating: All yogurt coatings are hard because of sugar. The ones that are touted as sugar-free contain maltodextrin, which is a cornstarch sugar made from GMO corn or another sucrose (i.e. sugar). We've searched for products without to no avail., so we chose to go with the best quality (used for all the finest human foods) yogurt coating we could find that meant containing sugar over maltodextrin or another sucrose. As always, our treats themselves contain no sugar, salt, corn, soy, artificial flavors or colors. This is the best we could source for yogurt coating for what's on the market. Ingredients: sugar, palm kernel oil, cottonseed oil, nonfat dry milk, milk, glyceryl lacto esters of fatty acids, soy lecithin (an emulsifier), and salt.

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