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Copha – 99 % of coconut oil and despite the lack of research, giving it to your dog in small doses is relatively safe. for a special occasion is safe. 
1% is soy lecithin only small dose used and is safe. 
If you are concerned about your fur friends allergy or any dietary issue, please speak to your vets first
Copha is used to make a safe frosting for our biscuits. I have experimented with so many different recipes that I have come across but not satisfied with the outcomes and continued to research and use my own knowledge in regards to baking and to be safe for our furr babies. Our cakes will not look like a human decorated cakes with the intense colours and smooth textures. 

Our decorations and frosting 
Frosting – we use a plain or sweet potato’s that is boiled in beef stock that is also made by Piroska from scratch, this will excite your furr babies to dig right in!
I use dried veggies for colour and texture
Bacon bits that are dehydrated in our kitchen
The colouring we use is all vegetable based
Pink – beetroot
Yellow – turmeric
Orange – carrot, pumpkin
Blue – spirulina 
Green – spirulina 
Black – charcoal from coconut
Carob – brown


In small doses, a bit of cheese can be beneficial to our furry friends, just like it can be to us humans. Cheese contains decent amounts of protein, calcium, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, and B-complex vitamins. 

Because cheese is as fattening as it is tasty, moderation is key.
Make sure your dog isn't lactose intolerant before you start giving cheese as treats.

Chicken/ Beef liver 

Even though liver is extremely good for you, you must not over feed your fur babies with liver either as they can form Hypervitaminosis A and copper toxicity.
Liver is high in protein, iron, selenium, zinc, phosphorus, vitamin A, B12

Rice flour 

Rice is entirely gluten free, providing good amount of fibre. Contains Choline is an essential nutrient for humans and animals. It helps transport cholesterol and triglycerides from the liver to the needed parts of the body. Therefore, rice flour can help improve liver health.


Oats are a great source of protein and soluble fibre, which can help older dogs with digestive issues. They also contain vitamin B6 and iron. They're an excellent grain for dogs with wheat allergies.


Eggs are packed with protein and rich in many essential amino and fatty acids, vitamins including A and B12, as well as folate, iron, selenium, and riboflavin, which can all provide an array of health benefits for canines, ranging from improved skin and coat health to stronger teeth and bones.

Olive oil

Healthy Coat. Olive oil is packed with fatty acids that add a beautiful shine to your dog's coat. 
Improved Skin.
Weight Control. 
Joint Health.
Immunity Boost. 
Cardiovascular Health.
Digestive Health. 
Overall Health.



Peanut butter 

In moderation - Peanut butter is a nutritionally well-rounded dog treat, providing nutrients and fibre as well as protein and healthy fats. It's also a good source of folic acid for cell growth and magnesium to assist cells metabolize B complex vitamins.  


Honey is full of the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants your dog needs to stay happy and healthy.
Fresh honey is great for throat and coughing irritation and can help with allergies. 


It can strengthen your dog's immune system. Dogs with sensitive or weak immune systems can often be tired and have low energy.
It can cleanse the body of toxins. 
It can improve digestion and gastrointestinal health. 
It can improve overall skin and coat health.


Mineral and vitamin packed. Pumpkin contains vitamins like A, C, and E, as well as minerals like iron and potassium.
Great for digestion. Due to its high soluble fibre content, pumpkin is very good for your dog’s digestion. If you feed your dog some pumpkin, it will add bulk to their stool. This helps reduce issues with diarrhea.  


Rich in vitamin A, vitamin K, potassium, biotin, and vitamin B6. 
A raw carrot contains up to 95% water which, combined with their dietary fibre content, supports your dog’s healthy and regular digestion.

Carrots are low in both calories and fat, making them an excellent and healthy treat for dogs who need to lose weight.

Chewing on a crunchy carrot may support your dog’s dental health by scraping away tartar and preventing the plaque build-up that leads to periodontal disease.

Carrots are loaded with beta-carotene, an antioxidant that promotes healthy vision (keep in mind you may need to cook the carrots to maximize this particular benefit)
An excellent source of Vitamin A, carrots also support bone health, reproduction, and a strong immune system.




 Sweet Potato

Aid in digestion. 
Promote a healthy microbiome. 
High in potassium. 
Support healthy vision. 
Help reduce cancer risk. 


Maintain healthy blood pressure.
Strengthens muscles.
Increases bone strength.
Improve brain function.
Improve digestive health.


Are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, as well as fibre for your dog. They are low in protein and fat, making them the perfect snack for senior dogs. 

Are a superfood rich in antioxidants, which prevent cell damage in humans and canines alike. They’re packed with fibre and phytochemicals as well.


The tropical fruit is full of vitamins, minerals, and fibre. It also contains bromelain an enzyme that makes it easier for dogs to absorb proteins.


In addition to vitamins A, B, and C, this crunchy green snack contains the nutrients needed to promote a healthy heart and even fight cancer. As if that wasn’t enough, celery is also known to freshen doggy breath.


This fresh herb is filled with endless essential minerals and vitamins that have antioxidants and antimicrobial properties. Basil helps with disease prevention and enhances your dog’s health.


Cinnamon is more than just delicious! it’s made up of a wide array of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that benefit your dog such as bad breath and protects against diabetes and sepsis.


Enter ginger root. This is where digestive health is key, and your dog will enjoy the benefits of the root’s anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. This promotes an enhanced digestive system as the root helps with pet food absorption.
Increase circulation
Improves digestive system
Alleviates nausea
Aids with motion sickness


Parsley is filled with antioxidants, fibre, vitamins, and minerals that improves your dog’s overall health and wellbeing.
Enhances organ functioning
Improves dog breath
Flushes toxins


This high fibre herb is reported to improve your dog’s health. Made with essential vitamins and anti-inflammatory properties, rosemary can possibly help to fight off certain diseases.
Has potential to prevent certain diseases
Promotes heart health


Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory spice where a little goes a long way in benefiting your dog. Thanks to the superpower ingredient curcumin in the spice, it improves your dog’s immune system with anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and antioxidant properties. 
Boosts metabolism and immune system.
Wards off infection.
Improves the healing process.




Beneficial effect on the digestive system. This makes it a nutritious, as well as delicious, dog treat ingredient, not just an empty sweetener.

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