These Are Made for Walking

I’m thinking of getting Bandit a pair of winter booties. His feet get so cold when we go for a walk. He has a nice warm hooded jacket, but his little tootsies just can’t take the cold pavement. After about a block, he starts to do his Michael Flatley Lord of the Dance moves and we have to turn around and go home.

But I’m not sure if he’ll walk in them. My former dog, Samson, just sat down and refused to even stand up when I put booties on him!

Anyone else have a similar experience? Does your dog walk in footwear?


The Holiday Rush

Well, it has started. The holiday promotions are in full swing. Catalogs, email promos, commercials.

Beat the holiday rush and order your Kona’s Canine Cookies now. Remember, they’ll stay fresh for up to two months — and even longer in the fridge or freezer.

As a reminder, we are no longer accepting PayPal or credit card orders. Simply send us an email with the relevant info (your contact info, the recipient’s contact info, and the number and flavor of bags) and we’ll invoice you when we ship the order. (See the Place an Order page for more details and information about purchasing treats locally.)

Thanks and welcome to the holiday season!


Cool Nights, Warm Treats

Who doesn’t love a warm cookie on a cool fall night?

I certainly do. And so do Bandit and Kona!

Try warming one of our Peanut Butter dog treats for your pup.  You can put them in the microwave for a few seconds, place them in a toaster oven or even just sit them on a plate atop a warm stove. (Of course, please be careful. We don’t want to burn Fido’s delicate mouth.)

Not only will your dog love it, but the smell of warm peanut butter cookies will fill the room! Yum…


Thanks for Your Help

Thank you to everyone who bought treats during our August fundraiser for A Forever Home Rescue Foundation. We mailed the check today! We’re thinking of doing more of these fundraisers, so if you know of a good rescue foundation in the Northern Virginia area that might like to work with us, please let us know. We’re trying to grow our business and this seems like a great win-win for both parties. All we ask is that the rescue promote our treats and in exchange, we donate money for each bag sold. So spread the word…