Christmas Bon Bons Box by Bubba Rose Biscuit Co.
10% of Profits Go to Our Rescue Partners!
Based in Boonton, New Jersey, Bubba Rose Biscuit Co. was founded in 2006 by renowned pet pastry chefs, Jessica and Eric Talley. The company offers canines healthy, preservative-free dog treats made with organic and natural ingredients, free of wheat, corn, and soy. Handmade in small batches in their New Jersey bakery, Bubba Rose uses locally sourced human-grade ingredients from the US. All meats and eggs are free-range, grain and/or grass-fed, hormone, antibiotic and nitrite free and the product line is free from chemicals, sugar, salt, artificial flavors, colors and fillers.
A big hit worldwide, Bubba Rose products have been featured on the Today Show, on HGTV's Posh Pets special and in People Magazine, Country Living, Town & Country Magazine, and Bark Magazine, just to mention a few....
Jessica and Eric credit their own rescue dogs, Bob and Rose, a bully and a greyhound, with the inspiration for their business and they are committed to helping dogs everywhere find a loving home to call their own. They donate a portion of each sale to an animal rescue organization.
There's a yummy snickerdoodle cookie in the centre of each of these delicious bon bons, and to make them extra tasty, they're finished with a yogurt coating. Each box contains four delicious dog treats and measures 7" x 1.75". The shelf life for all Bubba Rose non-moist treats is up to 12 months and treats may be frozen to extend their shelf life.
organic oat flour, organic brown rice flour, peanut butter, honey, eggs, organic cinnamon and pure vanilla extract. Topped with yogurt coating and carob.
crude protein (min.) 14%, crude fat (min.) 15%, crude fiber (max.) 7%, moisture (max.) 5%
organic oat flour, organic brown rice flour, peanut butter, carob, honey and eggs. Filled with yogurt coating and vegetable coloring.
crude protein (min.) 9%, crude fat (min.) 9%, crude fiber (max.) 6%, moisture (max.) 10%
Bubba Rose only uses cage-free eggs, natural peanut butter and wildflower honey in their treats.