the barkingood place for dogs
We Recommend and Support Rescue
Rescued and adoptable pets range in age from puppies to seniors, and many breeds have their own rescue groups. Although some rescued dogs have special needs, most do not have serious behavior or health issues, and as most adoptive 'parents' will tell you, they make wonderful pets.
Rescue groups and community animal shelters do an amazing job of saving dogs and finding them forever homes. In Nashville, the Brown County Humane Society has a remarkable annual save rate of more than 90% year after year. Our congratulations to a fantastic effort!
All rescue groups need supplies and donations to continue their great work. Contact your local group to see what they need. They're worth it! We will happily deliver any 'wish list' item you purchase at Bone Appetit and want to donate to the Brown County Humane Society.
In addition to our large selection of all natural treats, we carry many other dog (and a few cat) related items. In-store, we feature the most durable dog toys currently available by West Paw (made in the U.S.), Kong, and Tuffies. We are proud to offer Lupine leashes and collars (guaranteed for any reason, even if chewed), One Fur All Pet Candles, natural grooming products, and so much more! All of our chews are American sourced and made. Don’t miss us on your next visit to Nashville.
We offer reduced pricing to resellers and non-profits
Registered retailers and non-profit organizations may purchase our bulk products at low wholesale pricing. Bulk treats are available with or without packaging.
The minimum order required to receive wholesale pricing is $100.00. Standard shipping rates apply.
On the left is Colby. Sadly no longer with us, Colby was adopted (age 5) in 2012 by Bone Appetit's owner from Love of Labs (lolin.org). Colby was with us for six short years and in that time, traveled to 22 states! Logan,, also a yellow lab, was adopted in 2017 at age 2 from Central Indiana Lab Rescue (cilra.org). Although still a work in progress, Logan hopes to beat Colby's record of states visited.