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What to Feed?

Our pet treats are just that TREATS. Made from all natural ingredients packed full of wholesome goodness. They can be used for training, although you wont have to teach them to wag their tails that is automatic when they see what is coming, to reward good behaviour or just because you love them. With all our dog treats being lab tested (and spaniel and retriever tested). At delish pet treats we do not add any salt, sugar or nasty chemicals. You can buy healthy pet treats online here or at the markets with confidence that you’re getting the best dog and cat treats, rabbit and horse treats for your four-legged friend, all made to tempt the fussiest eaters.

Wholemeal Flour

Wholemeal flour is rich in the B group vitamins, Vitamin E, Minerals, Trace Elements, Complex Carbohydrates and essential dietary fibre.

Rice Flour

Gluten free, very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Manganese. Brown rice flour is nutritious and rich in vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre.

Whole Oats

A great source of soluble fibre, which can be especially beneficial to senior dogs with bowel irregularity issues. It is also a great alternate grain for dogs allergic to wheat


A source of high-quality protein, low in total fat (with less than 2% fat), low in saturated fat and a source of heart friendly omega 3's. Rich source of iron and zinc, riboflavin, niacin, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12.


Contains vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, riboflavin, copper, niacin, phosphorus, iron, zinc, folate and protein

RCPSA approved Chicken

A great source of lean quality protein, essential for growth & development.Our free range chicken is rich in niacin, B6, B12, vitamin D, zinc and low in calorie, carb, fat.


Gluten free. Improves digestion. Contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, D and E . Full of antioxidants and phytonutrients. Rich in insoluble fibre

Eggs - free range

Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse providing 11 different vitamins and minerals, high quality protein, healthy fats (including omega 3) and important antioxidants. Free range as per the RSPCA choose wisely program.


Pumpkin is a fabulous source of fiber for our furry friends, believed to support urinary health. They are also an excellent source of Vitamin A, beta-carotene, potassium and iron.

Your pets diet may include raw or cooked meats, grains, vegetables and fruit. There are good and bad points for feeding raw or cooked foods. You should research different types of foods. Providing variety is the key to good health, your vet is your best source of information for pets nutrition. Always discuss any changes in your pet's diet with your  vet. Your furry loved ones (dogs and cats) are descended from wild animals whose diet consisted mainly of meat, therefore meat should be included as the main ingredient in most diets. Please check with your vet that raw meaty bones are suitable for your particular dog. Table scraps contain too much fat & salt so should be avoided. Cooked bones are dangerous as they can splinter and cause damage, they also contain very few nutrients.

One of the most common questions about feeding rabbits is can rabbits eat oats.  The answer is yes, rabbits can eat oats.  However, that does not mean you should feed large amounts of oats to your rabbit.  A healthy adult rabbit will do best on a diet that is high in high quality fibre such as timothy hay, as well as having fresh and clean water. Oats can be a nice supplement when fed in moderation, but shouldn’t interfere with the core of their diet. Follow link to RSPCA article on pet rabbit diet.

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