Our Dog Treat Bakery

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Here at 2 Barking Sisters’ Dog Spaw, every dog is a valued family member and deserves to be pampered, just like his or her people. That includes lavishing them with delicious, homemade-treats from our “pawtisserie” case. Lovingly prepared by  DogHouse Bakery of Missoula, treats are handmade with locally sourced, preservative-free ingredients and come in fun shapes from squirrels, hearts and the traditional dog bone, to frosted pumpkins and snowmen for the holidays.

Your dog will flip over the delicious flavors, including cheese, peanut butter, and bacon found in DogHouse’s assorted treats. And because everyone deserves a taste of the most decadent treat known to man, we offer peanut butter bones dipped in carob, a tasty “chocolate” alternative. We also carry a wide selection of wheat-free items.

Shop dog Mara tries out a DogHouse Bakery yogurt paw.

Shop dog Mara tries out a DogHouse Bakery yogurt paw.

Custom cakes by DogHouse Bakery.

In addition to our baked goods, 2 Barking Sisters’ smokes its own beef marrow bones in various sizes, and offers Woofers oven-dried beef patties, buffalo tendons, bully sticks and antlers. All marrow bones are 100 % natural and are smoked at a low temperature to help ensure they remain durable and safe for your pup. Please note: Even though we take every precaution against bones breaking and splintering, we still recommend watching your dog while he is enjoying any bones.

Need something special for your dog’s birthday or adoption day? DogHouse Bakery’s owner and head baker, Christina, will happily fill a custom-cake order for your favorite pal. You can place an order at our shop or by contacting DogHouse at (406) 544-9096,  doghousebakeryMT16@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/DogHouseBakery.

Holiday-themed carob- & yogurt-dipped bones from DogHouse Bakery.

Holiday-themed carob- & yogurt-dipped bones from DogHouse Bakery.

Nutley bagged treats.

Check out our selection of bagged dog treats, like these squirrel- and acorn-shaped “Nutleys.”