Bone Appetit Bakery

  the barkingood place for dogs

A word about shipping:  We would love to be able to offer "free" shipping, but the reality is, we would have to raise the price of our online products to do so. We prefer to keep our online and in-store products the same reasonable prices.  We do our best to keep your shipping charges as low as possible.  USPS is usually the least expensive method, if not always the quickest.  

Dogs agree . . . Bone Appetit is a barkingood place.


The Bone Appetit Bakery for Dogs offers over twenty flavors of premium dog treats.  One of the first stores in the country to specialize in premium, all-natural dog treats, Bone Appetit began business in 1997 in Nashville, Indiana.  It has been our mission from the beginning to provide treats full of wholesome ingredients, without chemical additives, preservatives, dyes, by-products, and fillers routinely found in other treats.  Our customers consistently remark about not only the quality and variety of our treats, but also our reasonable prices.  And most importantly, all of our treats are made in the U.S.A.  

Premium, Natural Bulk Treats

We offer over twenty flavors of premium, natural treats in a variety of shapes, textures, and sizes.    For dogs with dietary restrictions, we have treats that are corn, wheat, and soy free, and treats that are entirely grain free.  All of our bulk treats are made in the U.S.A. 

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Specialty Treats

Our specialty bakery treats include hand decorated, seasonal iced cookies in many shapes and sizes to please any dog.  Celebrate Birthdays, Adoption Days, Holidays, or just  any day with something special.  These are always customer favorites - and, of course, dog favorites, too.  All are made in the U.S.A.  

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Ingredients

Our treats contain the finest ingredients known to man (and dog).  All ingredients are human grade and all are sourced from North America. The bakery is inspected by the USDA,  and is SQF level 3 certified as part of the GFSI, global food safety initiative.   

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