Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Product Review and Discount: Three Dogs Bakery


I'm happy to introduce Three Dog Bakery. In 1989, three dogs, two guys and one 59 cent biscuit cutter joined forces to create Three Dog Bakery - the world's original bakery for dogs. Thanks to dog lovers everywhere, they have grown from a bare-bones tabletop beginning to one of the nation's leading producers of the best all-natural foods and treats for dogs. 


Here are the products that are in this review: Pooch Smooched, Pup-permint Mocha, and Gingerbread Flavor Biscuit Mix. 


Carob Pooch Smooches 
All Natural Dog Treats 9oz.

Cost: $6.95
Ingredients:
Wheat flour, honey, canola oil, carob powder, molasses, baking soda, dried egg product, vanilla powder, citric acid (preservative), mixed tocopherols (preservative). 
Description:
When opening the package I noticed a sweet aroma emerging. They use 100% all-natural, dog-friendly carob and bake it slowly in the oven to bring out that sweet aroma. Theses tasty treats are about the size of a fifty cent piece and are in a star shape. The bag is 9 oz and wonderful treat to have on hand if you have one dog or several K9s. 


Cost: $8.99
Ingredients:
Wheat flour, honey, canola oil, carob powder, dried whole egg, dried cane molasses, chocolate flavor, vanilla powder, baking soda, carmine powder (color), baking powder, spearmint flavor, citric acid (preservative), mixed tocopherols (preservative)
Description:
Great thought was put into this container. It comes in shape of a cafe drink including a protective sleeve. Each 9oz container includes pup-ular carob (dog friendly chocolate) cookies and minty-fresh marshmallow soft baked cookies. Just like the Smooches, this treat also hand a wonderful aroma to them. With two different size cookies it is great for both small and large dogs.  

Gingerbread Biscuit Mix 16oz

Cost: $8.99
Ingredients:
Wheat flour, honey, canola oil, carob powder, dried whole egg, dried cane molasses, chocolate flavor, vanilla powder, baking soda, carmine powder (color), baking powder, spearmint flavor, citric acid (preservative), mixed tocopherols (preservative)
Description:
This biscuit mix would make a great project for both adults and kids. This is an easy project, all you need to do is add water mix, roll, cut, and bake for 40 minuts and you have fresh dog treats that will make your house smell wonderful! The Gingerbread biscuit mix comes with a bone shape cookie cutter.The box says it makes approximately 40 bone shaped treats, but my mom was able to make 80. (I think she rolled them too thin.) My mom also said she added an extra ingredient, "Love." 



It is finally time for the taste test! 

Spencer gives these product 4 paws up! 

Three Dog Bakery has so many product to chose from and they are reasonably priced. I'm going to make a list for Santa and my mom. Don't tell my fur-iends Abbey, Louie, and Carlie, but they might see some in their stockings as well! 

You can also find these and other products on their WebsiteFacebookTwitterPinterest, or the Blog. You can also find a Bakery near you. 

If you would like to purchase these or other products use the coupon code "SPENCER" and get 10% off regular priced items. Offer is good through December 31, 2013.


Disclaimer: I was provided these produces free of charge for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own and no other compensation was given.


18 comments:

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    1. They are delicious! Especially the minty-fresh marshmallow soft baked cookies!

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  2. Lucky you Spencer. We can see you loved them. Enjoy. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. That biscuit mix is an adorable gift idea! :) Thanks for sharing your review!

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  4. Great dog, Spencer! That is one big plateful of treats! They all look delicious, even the thinly baked bone-shaped biscuits. BOL Thanks for a great review. I need to go check out Three Dog Bakery.
    *high paws*
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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Three Dog Bakery has so many scrumptious looking treat, I want to try them all!

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  5. Interesting. I don't usually trust dog biscuits, but the ingredients on these are pretty clear-cut. Thanks!
    www.dogtreatweb.com

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    1. I was impressed how they turned out and I gobbled them up!!!

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  6. My sapien wants to know...are these human grade? BOL!

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    1. BOL!!! No, I had to remind my dad several times they were not for him! :)

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  7. That looks like a wonderful taste test! Nobody ever asks us to taste test anything!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  8. Love that gingerbread ... will check it out. Golden Thanks for sharing. Happy Tasty Tuesday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  10. I don't have any animals however i'm certain that any dog would gulp these up during a heartbeat. Thanks for sharing on sensualist Friends Friday and that i hope that you just can be a part of USA once more this returning week. See more at homemade dog treats

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  11. I don't have any animals however i'm certain that any dog would gulp these up during a heartbeat. Thanks for sharing on sensualist Friends Friday and that i hope that you just can be a part of USA once more this returning week. See more at homemade dog treats

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