Bubba Rose Biscuit Company was founded by Jessica Disbrow Talley and
Eric Talley in 2006 out of their desire to provide healthy,
preservative-free dog treats made with organic and natural ingredients,
and free of wheat, corn and soy.
Products are handmade in small
batches in their NJ bakery using locally sourced human grade
U.S. ingredients. Their
products are free of chemicals, sugar, salt, artificial flavors, colors
and fillers. Just key ingredients for great tasting treats.
considering what to give your dog, you need to base this on his or
her individual needs.
As your dog's guardian, it is your responsibility to know and understand about
your dog's health, age, activity level, and nutrition requirements. In 2006, the
National Resource Council published the wonderful and concise, user-friendly article,
"Your Dog's Nutritional Needs: A Science-Based Guide for Pet Owners".
Print out a copy for yourself to calculate your dog's daily protein,
fat, and nutritional requirements.
Every dog surely deserves a treat — wholesome
& healthy, human-grade organic ones,
that is. Treats with NO added sugar, salt, chemicals, artificial flavors
Treats that DO NOT contain potential allergens such as
corn, soy, and wheat products.
Personalized Special Occasion Carrot Peanut Butter Cakes
scrumptious, soft carrot peanut butter cakes are decorated with
a hard yogurt coating and surrounded by dog biscuits. They are,
of course, loved by dogs of all sizes.
It is the perfect size
cake for between 2 and 3 dogs, as you don't want to go overboard
when giving your dog a special gourmet treat such as this one.
The cakes below show our very own Alfie's 11 and 13-year-old celebration
cakes. We had them frozen for a couple of weeks and they thawed out
beautifully. And, while the cakes are small, they are quite
packing more than you would imagine.
Alfie will be getting cake for a few days since he had no other
dudes that were sharing the wealth. Most folks order these
cakes to celebrate birthdays. However, you can order a cake to
celebrate your dog earning a dog title or as a special treat
after dealing with a medical setback, etc.
The cakes measure 4.5" wide x 2.25" high.
Your cake may be customized with a name and paw prints & bones,
or Happy Birthday and a name with a few paw prints and bones.
Or, it can be anything you like, as long as it does not go over
24 letters. Please keep in mind that this is a small cake, and
that it can't fit too much on it.
As you can see by the sample,
it does well with Happy Birthday and a name.
cake comes in its own white cake box with bakery twine, and a
storage sheet explaining how to keep it, etc.
Organic Carrots, Organic Oat Flour, Natural Local 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.
We offer several color options to choose from. Cakes can come in
4 colors: Carob, White, Blue, and Pink. There are also 6
lettering coloring options to choose from. They are: Carob with
blue details, Carob with pink details, White, Blue, and Pink.
The Bubba Rose standard has always been
"Happy Birthday" on a white cake with carob lettering. That
is the one we like best as well, and that our Golden Alfie
will be having on his May 31st Birthday. This is the one we
recommend ordering and keeping on hand in your freezer for
those special occasions. Price: $25.00 each.
The Organic Dog Biscuit
This fabulous book comes from Jessica Disbrow Talley and Eric Talley of The
Bubba Rose Biscuit Company. When it comes to dog biscuits, there's a lot out
there, but not one is as concerned with your pet's health and happiness as this
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While most of the competition goes for novelty, The Organic Dog Biscuit
Cookbook stands alone in featuring tail-waggingly tasty 100% organic
Published in May 2008, this dog biscuit cookbook
contains more than 100 all-natural recipes, double what most other dog cookbooks
have. That's sure to appeal to owners eager to feed their dog homemade treats,
after the recent commercial pet food scare.
The wholesome doggie dishes (all
tried, true and taste tested) include a Luck of the Irish Wolfhound dog treat
with such ingredients as oat flour and spinach leaves, and a beef-based Grillin
and Chillin hot dog! With over 100 recipes, this makes a great gift for
all dog lovers.
This beautiful 6.5" x 9" hardcover book is 224 pages and
features rounded corners, a canvas cover and sewn in ribbon bookmark. It truly
is a top-notch gift item. Price: $14.95 each.
The Organic Dog Biscuit
This fabulous kit comes from Jessica Disbrow Talley and Eric Talley of The
Bubba Rose Biscuit Company. With the success of their first book, The
Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook, they decided to release a kit containing a 25
recipe cookbook and three cookie cutters to get you baking.
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Any pup would flip head
over paws for Pawlickin’ Chicken, or melt for Tuna Melt. And
imagine how that tail would wag at the sight of Canine Quiche
and Pumpkin Muttins!
All of the recipes are wheat-free, corn-free, and soyfree, and thanks to the cookie cutters that come with the
kit, you can even make treats in cute doggy shapes like bones
Published in August 1009, this cookbook kit makes a great gift
for all dog lovers.
This beautiful 6.5" x 9" kit folds open to contain the book,
plus a tray that houses the three cookie cutters so that they can stay stored together.
The soft-cover book has 48 pages.
Price: $14.95 each.
Why Go Organic
Although higher costs are the initial objection to going organic, people
are essentially unaware of the critical differences between organic &
non-organic products. In a March 2006 article on produce losing vitamins
and minerals over the past 50 years, agriculture and nutrition tradeoffs
are detailed. "The fruits and vegetables that our parents ate when they
were growing up were more nutritious than the ones we'll serve our
children tonight. As we have substituted chemical fertilizers,
pesticides and monoculture farming for the natural cycling of nutrients
and on-farm biodiversity, we have lessened the nutritional value of our
When you eat non-organic yams, for example, you
ingest the pesticide botran along with fungicides imazilil,
benomyl, and thiabenzadole. These substances are cancer causing
and sources of immune system damage. They cannot be removed by
peeling and are used to allow longer shelf life, not fresher or
safer food. The shelf life for non-organic yams, because of the
application of these harmful chemicals, is a huge 36 months.
That means, yams you may be buying are not only questionable
with respect to toxicity, they are lower in nutrients due to the
amount of time waiting for distribution. Organic yams, which do
not utilize such pesticides or fungicides, have a shelf life of
only 9 months. Organic produce tastes better, reduces pesticide
exposure & contains 30% higher levels of antioxidants.
Learn loads more
at our Organic Foods or Bust page.