Packaging Necessary for Homemade Dog Treat Business

Here are some ideas to get you started thinking about the right packaging for dog treats:
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People love their pets, and man's best friend is certainly no exception. Pet lovers want to buy dog treats that are tasty and healthy for their beloved Fido. Unfortunately, a lot of dog treats packaging is lacking. This leads to unwanted pests having access to the snacks or holes in the dog treat bag that causes the food to become stale. No self-professed lover of pets wants to feed their furry one stale treats. After all, what kind of a “treat” would that be? Before you start pulling out hair worrying how to create the best packaging for dog treats, take a deep breath and know you've come to the right place!
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8. Create several batches of your dog treats, package them and attach a business card to each. Visit pet stores, groomers, pet photographers, obedience coaches, pet boutiques and bakeries to see if you can leave your samples in their stores. Either offer to pay for product placement or include advertisements for participating businesses on your pet treat business website. Fresh and vibrant packaging for Nutri-Stix dog treats
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And you don’t have to be a dog bakery owner to use these cute packages. They help make your gifts of dog treats extra special, and they make great party favors for the guests at your dog’s birthday party.Yes! They work. And No! You cant feed them to your husband :-D The active ingredient in these dog treats is organic ginger powder. Two other ingredients, pumpkin and carrot, work over time to get your puppys belly in balance. Good fiber for them. These dog biscuits are packed with a high-nutrition shot from freshly grated carrot and pureed pumpkin. True Treats Pet Bakery offers our Anti-Fart packages filled with small/medium sized biscuits so you can be sure they are a great fit for your…If you want to add a little luxury to your offerings, consider specialty packaging for your customers. Furbabies Pet Bakery sells bone-shaped tin boxes that contain homemade dog treats. These tins have pictures of dogs on the outside. The bakery also sells packages in the shape of fire hydrants for dog gifts. Bon Appetit Bakery, also in Arizona, sells custom-made gift baskets with a variety of dog treats. The store also sells cookie jars with dogs on the outside that you can fill with specialty dog treats.The packaging you choose will help convey the image you want for your dog treat business. What image do you want to convey? Do you plan on selling fancy, gourmet treats to the upscale consumer? Or do you plan to emphasize the homemade, all natural quality of your treats?These a fun, creative packaging for dog treats! Not only was the see-through window for the rawhide “teeth” a great idea, but I really enjoy the ears on the top of the box. It is estimated that over 50% of all dog owners regularly give their dogs treats. While treats are not essential to a dog's diet, they are typically given as a way to indulge or train their pets. The classic dog biscuit is a small, hard, bone-shaped product that is colored to reflect its flavor. Traditional flavors include beef, chicken, lamb, turkey, liver, cheese, and bacon. However, certain manufacturers have produced some interesting flavors such as oatmeal, raisin, spinach, peanut butter, and coconut. In addition to flavor variations, dog biscuits also are sold in different sizes; small biscuits for small dogs, large biscuits for large dogs. The shapes have also changed from the conventional bone shape. In an effort to differentiate their products, marketers have produced dog biscuits with shapes as varied as animals, people, bacon strips, and even fire hydrants. Since most treats are also sold as healthy food supplements, dog biscuits are typically fortified with vitamins and minerals essential in a dog's diet. Low fat varieties are also available for dogs that are overweight. The packaging for dog biscuits used to be strictly limited to cardboard boxes because this minimized breaking. However, advances in packaging technology have resulted in the use of foil packaging and plastic containers.