Dog Bakery Tips: Packaging Homemade Dog Treats

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Beagle Bites Dog Treats

There is a lot to think about when starting your own homemade dog treat business. For starters you will have to come up with a name for your bakery. You ‘ll want to design a logo and then come up with a line of dog treats for your bakery. You will also want to name these dog treats with catchy names that will catch your customers attention. This can actually be fun, so take your time and try and try and come up with some unique names. Here are some of the treats that you will find at my dog bakery… Peanut Butter Puggle Prizes, Cheesy Chihuahua Chews, Veggie Paws, and of course the famous Beagle Bites. The Beagle Bites are actually the signature treats of The Beggin’ Beagle Bakery. You’ll want to come up with a signature treat for your dog bakery business too. Something that will help people remember your bakery.

Aside from coming up cute names and tasty treats for your business, the next thing that you are going to want to think about is the packaging that you are going to use for your homemade dog treats. This should be esthetically pleasing to the eye and unique. If you are selling gourmet dog treats then your packaging better look gourmet too. Using attractive packaging is a great way to get people to buy your product. Remember, it’s people who are buying your treats, not the dogs, so your treats really need to be appealing to humans too. What better way to do this then with beautiful packaging.

 Gourmet Dog Bakery 

As I mentioned above, if you plan on marking your business as a gourmet dog bakery and you plan on selling what you would consider gourmet dog treats, then you really need to deliver a gourmet product. Think about Hershey’s and Godiva…which one would you classify as gourmet? Of course Godiva. Not that Hershey’s isn’t a fantastic product, it’s just that you don’t really associate it with the word “gourmet”, it’s more of an everyday type of chocolate. Godiva prides itself on being gourmet chocolate and nothing says this more than their packaging. In fact, this is where I came up with the idea for the gift boxes that I use for my dog treats. I really modeled them after the Godiva chocolate boxes:)

Dog Bakery Supplies

Although the dog treat packaging that I use looks expensive, it’s actually very reasonably priced. I purchase all of my supplies in bulk so I get them at wholesale prices. There is an entire section in my “How To Start and Operate a Successful Dog Bakery Business” Ebook, so if you are interested in finding out what suppliers I use, click here to get your Ebook today. You’ll also get a entire collection of dog treat recipes in one of the cookbooks that I published for FREE!

Dog Bakery Recipes

Speaking of recipes, i would recommend¬† trying out a few dog treat recipes for adding any treats to your dog bakery. You cam find tons of free dog treat recipes online, but I will caution you that a lot them will not turn out that great. That’s actually a good thing, Why? Well, this gives you the opportunity to tweak a recipe and make it your own. This is really how I came up with all of the recipes for the homemade dog treats at my dog bakery. It’s important to come up with your own recipes because you want your treats to be unique and something that something that can only be found at your bakery! Sign up for my newsletter today and get four FREE dog treat recipes today!



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