Who We Are.
We are revolutionaries of pet food. Naturally, all of our products are organic, grain-free, gluten-free, and casein-free. We have carefully selected the pinnacle of fresh and sustainable ingredients, and use unique processing methods to carefully serve your pet the smartest food available.
What We Believe.
Bone Yard Bakery ® is driven by a cause, purpose and belief. We 'believe' in healthy pet treats. No Wheat, No Soy, No Corn, No Grain, and No GMO's. From our humble roots and a local following- based on the principles of purity and efficacy - boneyard has grown from six flavors to a comprehensive line of organic treats, treat mixes, and fundraising opportunities.
Each product we bake consists of the highest quality ingredients. From the beginning, our dog treats are manufactured in Dallas, OR in a small, family run bakery with only the safest, finest ingredients from nature. We source all our organic ingredients in the U.S. and we do not import anything from overseas.
All HUMAN GRADE from human food supply chain distributors. All our ingredients are USDA certified organic. There is no ingredients used that are not organic, so there is no chance of contamination. We assure you our product is free of pesticides, chemicals and non-edible substances.
If you're the person who wants the worlds healthiest dog treats available, then we have a product for you. Our "Baked" Dog Treats" are among the healthiest in the market. Find a wide selection of organic, gluten-free, casein-free, and grain-free treats made with high-quality protein, and organic fresh vegetables and fruits. Take a look at our linked tabs above. I'm positive you will find something your pooch will love. We strive for tempting dog treats that are bold, fresh and above all else lip smacking delicious.
Need a Great Fundraiser?
Bone Yard Fundraising works with school athletic programs across the
nation, non profit organizations and churches designing and promoting a customized program.
Receive FREE USPS Priority Shipping within the continental United States when you purchase $50.00 or more in dog treats! Refrigerated for Freshness - our dog treats are real food made from the freshest ingredients. Upon arrival, place them in your refrigerator for freshness.
Our Worthy Cause
We like to think of the wagging tails and the purrs, but the fact is, not all animals live out lives of domestic bliss. Because of this, we pledge to fund ten different animal welfare organization that have pet-focused goals. Organizations that help homeless pets find homes, help prevent animals from ending up in shelters and contribute to spay and neuter programs to alleviate pet overpopulation. Our goal is to cut down on the number of pets that are abandoned to shelters through various education-focused non-profits, simply because the owners were unprepared for the demands of pet ownership. Bone Yard Bakery donates 2% of its after-tax profits generated by the pet treat sales to these non-profit organizations. We encourage everyone "to give back to all the amazing dogs
that make us whole".
Our sustainable packaging is environmentally-friendly using biodegradable and
recycled bags when ever possible. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rengineered.
These product are intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only used as a reward or training treat and is not intended to be fed as a meal. If treats are given, the amount of food should be reduced accordingly. This treat is not intended for human consumption. Have clean, fresh water available for your dog at all times.
Daily Maximum Number of Pieces Based on Your Dogs Weight:
What is Gluten?
Gluten is a protein found in wheat and many other flours that's often added to
commercial pet food. Dogs, like humans and other animals, can develop a
sensitivity or allergy to it gradually through repeat exposure or as an acute
reaction to a single exposure.
What Does Gluten Do to Intolerant Dogs? Most dogs tolerate wheat and other grains quite well and have no adverse effects from having them in their diet. Gluten normally is digested by pancreatic enzymes in the small intestine. However, some dogs – like some people – cannot tolerate gluten. In people, this condition is called “celiac disease.” In dogs, it is called “gluten-induced enteropathy,” “gluten intolerance” or “gluten sensitivity.” Dogs that are sensitive
to gluten develop a chronic small intestinal inflammatory disease if they eat gluten.
How Does Gluten Cause Digestive Problems?
Dogs that are allergic to gluten have a delayed hypersensitivity (allergic)
reaction when they eat food or treats containing cereal grains. Although the
exact pathway of this disorder is not well-understood, it is thought that a
gluten-intolerant dog’s immune system attacks its gastrointestinal tract when it
comes into contact with gluten, damaging the tiny, hair-like projections lining the small intestine, called “villi.” Damaged villi can’t absorb key nutrients, such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals and, in some cases, even
How is Gluten Intolerance Treated? Fortunately, gluten intolerance is completely treatable. All symptoms will resolve when the dog is fed a grain-free diet. Treats containing wheat, rye, oats, barley, buckwheat or other cereal grains must be avoided. Wheat is the most problematic ingredient for gluten-sensitive dogs and is common in commercial dog foods. Genetically modified grains are especially risky for gluten-intolerant dogs. This information is not intended to replace the advice of a veterinarian. Bone Yard Bakery® disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information.