About Luna's Little Bits
I have a beautiful little Pomchi named Luna. She is only about 5 pounds and tiny tiny. I have shopped around for treats for her and have been disappointed, so i decided to make them special for her tiny little mouth. I make everything homemade and all are made to order for freshness. They have NO ADDITIVES and NO PRESERVATIVES! I make them in my kitchen with love and tons of care. These treats can also be consumed by humans they are very safe. They taste like a health bar with no sugar!
I will make treats for ALL size dogs. Please just specify to me the size of the dog so i can make sure each one gets the right size yummy treat they want.
I also make a great Kitty Crumble for that special feline.
Healthy thank you cupcakes for the Human in the pets life.
Thank you for coming to my site please order these healthy treats from my kitchen to your home.
Storing Your ALL NATURAL Homemade Treats
This is where the real fun begins. You can make your homemade dog biscuits last for months.
On The Counter: Using an airtight container or Cookie Jar, your treats can last for at least 2 Weeks without being put in the refrigerator.
Refrigerator: Using an airtight container is the best way to go. If you use this, your treats can last for at least 4 Weeks in the refrigerator.
Freezer: If you use an airtight container your homemade dog cookies should last for at least 1 Year in the freezer.
Depending on your dog's taste, you may want to bring the refrigerated treats to room temperature before serving. Or, if you have a dog that loves ice cubes and other cold treats, she may enjoy them straight from the refrigerator or even the freezer.
A great reason to properly store your treats, and to learn about dog food storage options, is to take advantage of harvest time. If you and your dog frequent the local farmers markets, you can pick produce at it's freshest, make it into dog treats, and enjoy that goodness all year.
Correct storage also allows you to host a stress free dog party if you have a majority of the treats already made in the refrigerator or freezer.
Learning how to correctly store homemade dog treats and learning about dog food storage just makes sense. You have spent time (and money) baking great dog treats for your special little family member. There is no reason to let those efforts go to waste. So keep these tips in mind the next time you get in the kitchen and bake up some homemade dog treats.
Disclaimer / Warning
Our treats are all natural with no additives or preservatives, but they are made with WHEAT flour, fruits and peanut butter. If your pet is allergic to any of these items DO NOT feed our treats to them. If you have any concerns seek medical advice from your vet. We are not responsible or liable in any way for any medical treatment for your animal, or for any problems that may occur from eating our treats. It is up to the pet's owner to be aware of any allergies or conditions that their pet may have. We are not veterinarians we are just a family feeding our dogs healthy. Thank you!