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Happy Gotcha Day

Happy Gotcha Day

"Happy Gotcha Day" what a perfect way to celebrate welcoming your new dog or cat to your family and offering them a new home.


ingredients: Filled with natural peanut butter (without xylitol), fresh carrots, and applesauce, this cake has lots of nourishing ingredients for your doggy. They love the flavour of carrot and peanut butter.



Flour SR wholemeal or chickpea flour as a grain-free flour replacement.

Baking powder

Egg( vegan) as dairy-free

Carrot grated

Apple chunks

Coconut oil


Topping is Dog-Friendly Chocolate, with natural colorants (Beetroot, Spirulina, Spinach, Wheatgrass, Turmeric) and Coconut Oil. Or Dog safe K9 yogurt powder sugar-free icing. Please choose options.


Nutritional Analysis for Cakes: Protein 6.4%, Fat 22.63%, Ash, 2.87%, Moisture 27.24% Crude Fiber 3.85%


Animal Sponges are heavier in texture, less moisture to prevent mold.


POST- Please allow 7-10 days from making an order.

If arranging to collect your order, then please allow 3 days following ordering to arrange a collection.




  • All Ordering

    When you order a product from the website it will take 3-5 days before you will receive by post. This will allow enough time for you product to be freshly baked and decoration to dry before packing and posting out to your address. I always use  a next day delivery service unless requesting alternative arrangements.

    Please note: if ordering on a Friday for posting you will not receive until Tuesday. Bank holidays - your parcel will be posted on a tuesday to receive wednesday.

  • Damaged or Defective Items

    All items that are delivered using a delivery company are expected to be delivered in perfect condition. When items are received please check all packaging in perfect order. If your parcel is damaged please let me know if you are not happy so I can contact the delivery service used to make a complaint. If your items are damaged then please contact me as soon as possible within 24 hours to discuss a suitable decision. Proof of damage will be required using a photograph for evidence. 

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