Because it does matter what’s in it

All our treats are pure nature - 100 per cent. Selected, healthy ingredients guarantee high food quality and an incomparable taste. Because it doesn't matter what's in it. For products with meat, such as horse or beef, we use the butchers we trust. They have promised us to use only Swiss meat.

We only work with small companies from the region – companies that share our values. And we don’t use artificial preservatives or plastics. That’s what we stand for with our name.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. This is also true for dogs. However, only ripe apples without the core should be fed. The apple binds toxins from the stomach and intestines. In the event of constipation or diarrhoea, the apple must be mixed with the food in a pureed state. After eating, the dog is given a piece of raw apple for “dessert”.

Bananas contain many valuable vitamins and minerals, such as potassium, magnesium and vitamin C. It should only be fed in smaller quantities. For small dogs, one or two slices are enough. Bananas cause constipation due to the high potassium content.Bananas can be very beneficial for digestive problems. The dose makes the difference.

Buckwheat is a pseudo-cereal. It is very rich in starch, protein, minerals and fat. It can be fed as a dietary food in combination with meat and vegetables in cases of gluten intolerance. Buckwheat is gluten-free.

Spelt is a cereal and consists of carbohydrates in the form of starch. It has a high protein content, contains vitamins, minerals such as magnesium, potassium, iron and phosphorus (trace elements). Spelt is a good food for dogs that are allergic to wheat. Our spelt flakes are especially suitable for dogs that are active in sports and consume more energy. Spelt is well tolerated. That is why we use this flour in all vegan and vegetarian varieties.

We use only Bud-label organic eggs from the region: from Mathias and Marianne Menzi, 8127 Forch. Chicken eggs are a high-quality component in the canine diet. They contain a lot of proteins, essential amino acids and high-quality fats. Among other things, these can help to keep the coat shiny and supple. Eggs should not be fed raw.

Cheese is an ancient training treat for dogs. The older the cheese, the less lactose it contains. It is usually tolerated by every dog.

We use carrots, beetroot, celery and courgette vegetable mix from in our vegetable biscuits (Vegetable Quark Bites, Vegetable Power Chew Sticks). Carrots are very well-tolerated by most dogs: they can be fed raw, grated, boiled or steamed. Celery contains many essential oils. Most love to eat it. Potassium, calcium, vitamin E, B6, folic acid. Beetroot is very good as a supplement. It contains high levels of vitamins A, B and C, also iron, potassium, etc.

Oatmeal contains fibre, nutrients, minerals and antioxidants. They are also rich in vitamin B, which strengthens the coat and makes it shiny. Furthermore, it contains linoleic acid and omega-6 fatty acids, which promote skin flexibility and health. In small amounts, oatmeal can be a good substitute for carbohydrates. The fibre they contain helps to regulate blood sugar. This reduces the risk of diabetes and heart disease.

Millet has a particularly high content of vital nutrients, is very tasty and also gluten-free. Particularly suitable for food-sensitive dogs.

Crisp-roasted, airy oat kernels, a crunchy treat and rich in minerals and vitamins. Easily digestible. 

Cottage cheese is a dairy product. This grainy fresh cheese contains only the smallest amounts of lactose. This makes it easily digestible for dogs. In addition, cottage cheese is now offered lactose-free. It contains little fat and a lot of protein. This combination is very important for dogs. Its composition makes cottage cheese ideal for special diets. When your dog is sick or convalescing, cottage cheese is a great source of energy.

In addition to vitamins C and K, carrots contain various other nutrients that have a positive effect on your dog’s well-being. Carrots contain good ingredients such as iron, copper, magnesium and phosphorus. Beta-carotene, is a plant substance that is converted into vitamin A. It is a vitamin that has a positive effect on your dog’s well-being. This is a vitamin that is very important for your dog’s eyes, for the immune system and coat. If your dog is overweight, this is a great snack for in-between meals. The fibre contained in carrots is good for the dog’s gastrointestinal tract. Carrot soup is a natural way to combat diarrhoea and other digestive problems. During preparation, small sugar molecules are created that are very similar to the intestinal receptors. After your dog has eaten the soup, parasites and other diarrhoea pathogens cling to the sugar molecules instead of the intestinal receptors and are expelled from the digestive tract.

Moro’s carrot soup for diarrhoea: boil carrots, water and a little salt for a very long time (1.5 hours). Puree and leave to cool.

We use potato flour for dogs that cannot tolerate gluten.  

Curd cheese made from milk protein. Milk protein is the highest quality protein with these special features: it is light and yet takes eight hours to digest. During this time, the muscles are permanently supplied with amino acids so that body protein can be built up. Milk proteins are one of the foods that contain all essential amino acids. They are essential for life and cannot be produced by the body itself. They support the digestion of meat and increase its biological value. Amino acids control all processes in the body and brain. They help with wound healing, serotonin formation and much more. They are responsible for the movement of the intestines as well as for happiness, well-being, activity, etc. 

Natural yoghurt ensures a healthy intestinal flora. Yoghurt can help, as it does in humans, especially when taking antibiotics, as these drugs often also reduce the intestinal bacteria that are actually beneficial to health. You may give this yoghurt to your dog. Please give him only pure natural yoghurt. If your dog does not tolerate the yoghurt well, you can feed him lactose-free yoghurt.

Cold-pressed olive oil is actually standard in the kitchen. Also as a food additive for the dog, it promotes circulation, digestion, is good for the skin and bone structure. Besides vitamin E, olive oil contains vitamin A and trace elements such as phosphorus and iron. Good oils are indispensable, especially for BARFers. Some high-quality ready-made foods already contain cold-pressed oils.

Horse meat can also be fed to dogs and cats that have no allergy. The meat contains half as much fat as beef and is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, which makes it very healthy. Horse meat has a high iron content. The meat has excellent nutritional values, a high vitamin content and valuable trace elements. The meat is ideal for overweight and older dogs or cats.

Chicken meat is not only good for dogs with an upset stomach. Give your dog lean chicken meat if you want him to lose weight. It is light and easy to digest.  

Essential amino acids regulate the metabolism and support the muscles. Iron is an important trace element for blood formation and oxygen supply. Magnesium is an important mineral that contributes to healthy muscles and nerves. Vital calcium strengthens the dog’s bones and teeth.

Is one of the most commonly used meats for dogs. With its high fat content and many calories, it provides many nutrients. Your four-legged friend gets protein from beef heart. Beef lung is less fatty, so you can give your four-legged friend a lot of it. Beef lung contains many nutrients, including copper, iron, vitamin A and D.  

It’s not just cats: dogs too are very fond of fish. Like you, your pet benefits from the high protein content of fish and the omega-3 fatty acids it contains. Your dog or cat gets a lot of vitamin D when you feed them tuna, which is important for a strong bone structure. Since tuna is low in calories, it is also a good food supplement if your dog is a little overweight. Tuna should be canned in its own juice only. Tuna that is seasoned or marinated in oil is not good for your four-legged friend at all.

We use sugar beet syrup to lightly sweeten the dog biscuits. The dogs love it and the dough is easier to work with. A natural preservative.

Specific questions about our ingredients?

If you have any specific questions about our ingredients, please do not hesitate to contact us. Depending on your preferences or complaints, we will find the right treat for your four-legged friend.