The Crazee Dog Lady ensures only human-grade, all natural ingredients are used to make delicious healthy treats for your dog. With no artificial colours, preservatives, added sugars or salt, you’ll love them as much as your dog does. All treats are individually hand made and personalised just for your dog. 

A great source of fibre and beta carotene, an important building block of vitamin A. Dogs not only love the taste of pumpkin but it can assist dogs with constipation and diarrhea.

Peanut Butter
Dogs love peanut butter and a small amount in their diet can go a long way. Peanut butter contains antioxidants, proteins, quality fats and Vitamin B and E. The nutrients in peanut butter will be sure to provide your dog with lots of energy! The Crazy Dog Lady uses only raw, unsalted, organic peanut butter, with none of the nasties.

Free Range Eggs
Eggs make a great supplement in a dog’s diet as they are loaded with vitamins, protein and minerals. Eggs contain naturally-occurring vitamin D, which assists absorption of calcium, contributing to healthy bones and teeth. The protein, vitamins and minerals found in eggs assists in your dog’s development of a luxurious coat.

Cinnamon offers a wide range of medicinal benefits for dogs. These include anti-inflammatory properties, as well as the ability to slow or stop bacteria growth. For older or overweight dogs who are at risk of contracting diabetes, a small amount of cinnamon a day can help regulate blood sugar.

Chia Seeds
Chia seeds are rich in antioxidants and protein. They also contain high levels of calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus making them a good food for bone health. Chia seeds are also rich in Omega-3 fatty acids which are essential for the healthy growth and maintenance of dog’s skin and coat.

Carrots contain beta-carotene and vitamin A which provides a host of nutritional benefits to your dog. Beyond supporting eye health, it also assists in supporting immune health and supporting skin and coat health.

Strawberries contain fiber, which is good for digestion, and Omega-3, which is good for skin and coat health. They are also a good source of vitamins C, B1, B6, and K, as well as potassium, iodine, magnesium, and folic acid. This is one fruit that’s not only yummy, but will also give your dog a health boost.

Whole-wheat flour
Whole grain flours use the entire grain, and therefore contain all the original nutrients. It has fibers and protein that are good for their health in moderation.

Your dog would receive the majority of their nutrients through their regular dog food, however by adding human-grade food to their diet as a treat, their overall vitamin intake can be boosted. As with any new addition to a dog's diet, take a moment and speak with your veterinarian about your dog's nutritional needs.