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Ingredient Talk

Here at Pamperdoodle we craft and bake dog cookies and treats with care and love using minimal ingredients. Keeping it nice and simple for your pup's tummy. All of our ingredients are sourced in the USA and we only use only high quality, human-grade ingredients in every batch and recipe because we want only the best for your best friend.

Our Promise

We promise never to use fillers, by-products, dyes, or unnatural and artificial preservatives in any treat, cookie or chew.  

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Treat Ingredients


Twinkle, Twinkle, Liver Stars: Barley Flour, palm oil, honey, rolled oats, cheddar cheese, flaxseed, chicken liver, coconut oil.

QuackerDoodles:  Brewed Malted Spent Grains, Barley Flour, Oat Flour, Duck, Parsley, Carrots, Canola Oil.

Island Time: Oat Flour, Tapioca Starch, Brown Rice Syrup, Vegetable Glycerin, Coconut Flakes, Salmon, Kelp, Rice Flour, Flaxseed, Coconut Oil.  

 Nutter Mutters: Chickpea Flour, Potato Flour, Tapioca Flour, Flaxseed, Peanut Butter, Quinoa, Canola Oil, Eggs. ***Temporarily retired

Tail Waggers: Chickpea Flour, Potato Flour, Tapioca Flour, Flaxseed, Cheddar Cheese, Quinoa, Canola Oil, Eggs, Natural Bacon Flavor. 

Granola Barks: oat flour, Brown Rice Syrup, Oatmeal, Rice Flour, Flaxseed, Coconut Oil, Cranberries, Carrots, Unsweetened Coconut Flakes, Cinnamon, Eggs. ***Temporarily retired

Pup'roni Pizza: Rye Flour, Rice Flour, Applesauce, Barley, Oatmeal, Cheese, Flaxseed, Tomatoes, Honey, Rice Bran, Oregano, Basil. ***Temporarily retired

Blue Beanut Putter Berry: Rye Flour, Rice Flour, Applesauce, Oatmeal, Flaxseed, Peanut Butter, Blueberries, Rice Bran. 

Blue Beanut Putter Berry - Minis: Rye flour, rice flour, barley flour, oatmeal, flaxseed, peanut butter, applesauce, blueberries, whole dried eggs.

More About Ingredients:

Ingredient Benefits

Spent Grains                               

Spent grain is a great source of protein and fiber. It is a wonderful aid in digestion and at providing essential amino acids needed for healthy muscle growth, repair, and energy levels. 
Rye Flour
Rye is very nutritious. In fact, it actually contains more protein, phosphorus, iron, potassium and B vitamins than whole wheat. It also contains less gluten than wheat and barely. 

Coconut Oil 

Superfood containing Medium chain triglycerides (MCT) providing benefits which include digestion improvement, immune system support, metabolic function (assists with weight loss), skin and coat health and thyroid health.
Flax Seed 
Aids in skin and coat health. Excellent source omega fatty acids. Contains alpha-linoleic acid, which offers immune system benefits. Alpha-linoleic acid also has anti-inflammatory properties, so it may aid in arthritis or joint inflammation. A wonderful source of antioxidants and fiber. 
Oats A great source of soluble fiber. It is an alternative source of grain for dogs that are allergic to wheat. It can also be beneficial for some older dogs that have trouble with bowel regularity.
A rich natural mix of salts and minerals. The mix of salts and minerals (including iodine, magnesium, potassium, iron, and calcium) in Kelp helps keep the dog's entire glandular system, the pituitary gland, the adrenal gland, as well as the thyroid gland, the glands that regulate metabolism, healthy.
Peanut Butter Good source of protein, contains heart-healthy fats, vitamins B, E and K. Healthy doses of Niacin, Magnesium, Iron, Potassium, and Calcium too. 
Honey Contains flavonoids and antioxidants that help reduce the risk of some cancers and heart disease. It is great for reducing allergies and giving your dog energy.
Tomatoes Contain vitamin C, as well as a variety of important antioxidants; they are also a fantastic source of Lycopene and Carotene.


Are rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. Antioxidants can improve heart function and reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. 


Chicken liver offers many benefits to fur-people including protein, healthy fats, vitamin A, a source of copper, iron, niacin, phosphorus, and zinc. It also provides many B vitamins, omega-3, and omega-6 fatty acids, and essential amino acids.


Is an excellent source of high-quality protein, a well-balanced array of amino acids. Duck is also a great source of iron and contains generous amounts of phosphorus, zinc, copper, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12.
Salmon is a fatty fish which is also a good source of omega- 3 fatty acids. Good fats which support the immune system and can be beneficial for skin and coat health. There has also been some indication that they may benefit dogs with allergies. You can feed salmon or salmon oil.

Our Natural Chews

Our chews are premium grade, grass-fed beef, buffalo, and elk

  • NO hormones
  • NO preservatives
  • NO Antibiotics
  • NO dyes
  • Promote gum and dental health 
  • 100% digestible beef, buffalo, or US elk
  • Free range, grass fed cattle from North and South America
  • All made in the USA

Ingredients To Avoid

Have you ever scrutinized the ingredients in major-brand dog foods and pet treat packages? It is amazing what these companies get away with putting in our pet food. Haven’t you wondered why you can’t just give your dog a new formula without transitioning slowly? Try giving your dog a raw food while he is still eating that dry kibble and see what happens... absolutely NOTHING! That’s because your raw/prepared food does not contain loads of completely unnecessary carbohydrates, preservatives, fillers, by-products, and other ingredients which make it difficult for our fur-loved ones to digest. Just what are these mouthful, hard to pronounce ingredients and what do they do? These are real questions and ones we need to start asking ourselves every time we pick up any new product to feed our pets. READ those labels, do not feed corn (PLEASE), and become aware of AAFCO definitions are and regulations when it comes to your pet food labeling. For example the fact that "powdered cellulose" or "Cellulose" is a very common ingredient in all dried dog food added as fiber which is, in fact, wood shavings or wood pulp! Yes, we pay for that AND feed it our pets! 

-Will add more as time allows, Thank you! Read "The nose knows" on The Weekly Barker for a little more on the subject. Also, STRONGLY suggest you watch "Pet Fooled"