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Little Bites: The Best Doggie Bakery



Locally made baked goods aren't just for humans. The Best Doggie Bakery in Redmond bakes delicious, preservative-free, wholesome treats for your furry friend(s). They make cookies in flavors including apple coconut honey oat, bacon cheddar and pineapple coconut with goat milk yogurt.

If those sound yummy enough for humans, you're right—they're human-tested but made with pride for your pet. At a local farmers market, I ran into Lisa Jakub, a doggie bakery fan who was shopping for treats to celebrate her dog Daisy's 11th birthday. Lisa has three dogs and said they go crazy for the peanut butter and fruit and vegetable cookies. You can find The Best Doggie Bakery's cookies and jerky at the NWX Farmers Market, Central Oregon Farmers Market and at Bendy Dog downtown.

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Lisa Sipe

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