Our Story

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When our two boys became old enough and responsible enough, my wife, Lena, and I decided it was time for a dog. One day, my wife and sons, Michael and Anthony, came home with the cutest, most loving Bichon Frise puppy. We named him Baci. Boy, did we ever love that dog.

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But after about two and a half years, we found out that Baci’s liver was failing, caused by too much wheat in his diet. Apparently, dogs cannot process wheat properly, and it can cause restrictions in their liver.

Baci never lived to be six years old. The pain we felt was tremendous. I will never forget that day when Baci died, and the tears that we all shed. We had lost a family member. My wife said, "No more dogs, I don’t want us to go through this pain again."

Well after a couple of years, and a little convincing from the boys, Mila -- a black Shitz Zhu Poodle -- came home. She is my best friend, and I love her with all my heart and soul. After the loss we felt from Baci, I vowed never to feed Mila anything that contained WHEAT.

However, this was easier said than done. We found that there was a poor selection of wheat-free treats for dogs on the market. Most treats had wheat, chemicals, artificial flavoring, and preservatives listed prominently in their ingredients.

After much research and speaking to many veterinarians, I discovered that not only does wheat cause problems for many dogs, but other common ingredients in dog treats and food (such as corn and soy) are also known allergens to pets. What's worse is that the visible symptoms are sometimes so subtle that they go unnoticed until it is too late.

I wasn't taking any more risks with my dog's health. I decided to make my own treats for Mila: wholesome, free of wheat, corn, and soy, with all natural ingredients, and only vitamins E and C as preservatives. She loved them so much, I shared them with family and friends. The response from their dogs was overwhelming, and I could barely keep up with demand. At the urging of everyone whose pets sampled the treats, I decided to start my own company, and make natural treats available to all. Hence, Biscuit Bob’s Gourmet Dog Treats began!

We offer five different flavors of Tiny Treats: Peanut Butter, Cheese, Sweet Potato Pie, Carrot Cake, and Chicken (Coming December 2017). We are always testing new flavors, so keep an eye out for more irresistible treats!

I personally taste test every batch to make sure it tastes great! And I hope that your best friend enjoys our treats as much as mine does.

Thank you,

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Bob King
Biscuit Bob’s Gourmet Dog Treats ...They'll LOVE the Taste of Healthy!

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