The Culinary Gene : Bone Appetite Bangalore : Gourmet food for dogs
Bone Appetite is a “Make-to-Order” bakery for dogs, and they only start preparing when you place your orders. The venture is owned and run by Priya. She grew up in a household with dogs, which has made her an avid dog-lover.
Bone Appetite Bangalore : Bakery for dogs
Cooking and baking for her canine companions has always been second nature to her. She says, “I believe in feeding my dog as well as I feed my family, which is why I make premium dog food and treats with wholesome, natural, top quality ingredients – in fact, they’re so good you may be tempted to try some treats yourself.”
Bone Appetite dog treats are handmade and baked fresh under stringent standards of quality, aroma/taste and presentation. They use human grade ingredients without any preservatives, artificial flavours, salt, and sugar. Some of the ingredients used are skim milk, wheat germ, flax seeds, peanut butter, pure honey, cheddar cheese, whole wheat flour, oats, oat bran and lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.
“Treats are tasted by our family dogs and they give our treats two paws up! We believe in only producing the best for Man’s Best Friend.”
They have a large selection of yummy treats your doggy will love. The ‘bikky’s’ come in all shapes, sizes and tastes which even the fussiest eater will love.
I guess it is not just humans who can celebrate special occasions, pets can have them too. For that special day Bone Appetiti makes the perfect ‘dogalicious’ cake to show your pet that you care.
Dangerous food for your dogs
Chocolate contains theobromine (a methylxanthine derivative). It can cause a dog to vomit, have diarrhea, pant excessively, urinate frequently, develop a great thirst, have seizures, show hyperactivity, get an abnormal heart beat and possibly die. The most dangerous types of chocolate are dark chocolate, baker’s chocolate and cocoa powder.
Caffeine/Coffee warrant the same precautions as for chocolate. Caffeine, like theobromine, is a methylxanthine derivative with similar effects on dogs.
Alcohol Beer, liquor, wine, foods containing alcohol – can kill your dog. Alcohol is a depressant and slows down the functioning of a dog’s liver and brain the same as it does to humans. Just a small amount of alcohol can cause vomiting, diarrhoea, central nervous system depression, problems with coordination, difficulty breathing, coma, and even death.
Onions, garlic and chives in all forms (dry, raw, cooked) contain thiosulphate, which can irritate the gastrointestinal system of your dog. A relatively high dosage (600-800 grams) in one meal or spread apart over a few days can damage red blood cells (haemolytic anaemia).
Macadamia Nuts (both raw and roasted, as well as macadamia butter) contain an unknown toxin that can cause locomotory difficulties: weakness, panting, tremors and swollen limbs.
Grapes and Raisins – can lead to kidney failure. As yet, it is not known what substance in grapes causes this. Be careful, as raisins are often in cake andcookies.
Avocado – the substance Persin can cause vomiting, diarrhea and sometimes heart congestion.
Yeast dough – this refers to the dough prior to cooking. The yeast can continue to rise in the dog’s stomach and cause painful bloating, gas and even rupture of the intestines or stomach.
Raw or undercooked meat and eggs – As with humans, care needs to be taken in handling raw meat and eggs to avoid the possibility of contamination with Salmonella bacteria and E. coli. Raw eggs contain an enzyme (avidin) that can lead to skin and coat problems for a dog.
Milk – owing to the lack of lactase, consumption may lead to bloating, gas, diarrhea and other digestive upsets.
Xylitol – this can lead to liver failure through the over-release of insulin, vomiting, lethargy and loss of coordination. It does not take long to see signs of nearing liver failure – only a few days. Be very careful as this substance is found in a wide range of products, such as candy, chewing gum, toothpaste and baked goods.
For orders please contact Priya @ 9845707030.
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