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Dawns Doggy Bakery

Bath Road
Bristol
Avon
BS4 3LZ

Dawn’s Doggy Bakery is a new ‘artisan’ business created specifically to bake tasty, nutritional gourmet biscuits and treats for dogs and cats. Only the best quality ingredients are chosen for our biscuits and treats and they’re all hand made then oven baked to perfection. Many pet allergies, behaviour problems, hygiene issues, ailments, etc (both mental and physical) can be affected in some way or another by diet. Eliminating certain things and replacing them with natural alternatives can make dramatic improvements to your pet’s well-being. We use everyday ingredients like herbs and spices, plus fresh, healthy ingredients. Most importantly, we don’t add any salt or sugar, and there are NO artificial additives or preservatives in our biscuits and treats. We bake a wide selection of biscuits and treats for your pampered pet to choose from, and we’ve devised tasty recipes which, we think, are slightly different to most of the others. When it comes to your pet''s health, what you put in really does affect what you get out. We believe every pet deserves only the best - so we make premium/gourmet biscuits and treats that are free from everything artificial and are truly homemade - with love. Please try some!





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