We hope you are staying safe and adjusting to our “new normal”…
Furry Friends Biscuit Bakery will be at the Southwest Plaza Mall Farmers Market on Saturday, May 16, from 8am–2pm! We are looking forward to seeing friendly faces — wearing masks! — and as always, we’ll be offering up freshly baked biscuits for your furry friends.
A FEW THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND, before you head out to see us on Saturday, May 16:
• Our booth tents at the Farmers Market will be spaced apart — a vacant spot between each vendor (10ft).
• Please continue to practice social distancing (at least 6 feet) — THANKS so much!
• Unfortunately, we cannot offer sampling during this time.
• We strongly encourage customers to use credit cards. No coins, please!
• And Karen will be wearing gloves and a mask — rest assured, with a smile behind that mask!
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SEE YOU THEN…and THANK YOU!
Looking forward to seeing you at this season’s Farmer’s Market…
I’ll be at the Southwest Plaza Farmer’s Market, most Saturdays from 8:00am to 2:00pm, located at 8501 W. Bowles Avenue and Wadsworth Blvd. Map here.
EXCEPT FOR THESE DATES: I will NOT be at market on May 18, or June 8, 15, or 22.
Please stop by to say hi, and to replenish your Furry Friend Biscuit supply!
…and I know you do too. As co-founder of a local shelter here in Colorado, lost and homeless dogs have a special place in my heart (that’s why you’ll find a heart biscuit in every bag!) We all want our furry friends to have a long life and good health, so I’ve done my homework. Baked and hand packaged in my own kitchen, Furry Friends Biscuit Bakery selects the finest ingredients that are both healthy and tasty. Your dog will love these treats, just as much as mine do! —Karen
My homemade dog biscuits contain only the finest ingredients. Each biscuit is hand-cut and slowly baked to provide a great snack for your furry friend.
I use local farm eggs, organic flours, organic herbs and spices, and many other natural and organic ingredients. I also buy raw honey from my Loveland veterinarian who has 14 hives in her backyard. I buy my high quality liverwurst (without chemical preservatives) straight from Continental Sausage in Denver. It’s good food.
These biscuits are super tasty. They are loaded with flavorful ingredients like olive oil, organic peanut butter, Romano cheese, and free range ground chicken. Give your friends something that has taste and good smells! Why do you think they always beg at your kitchen table?
And if you or your dog are not completely satisfied with our biscuits, please return them for a full refund.
We stand behind the quality of our dog biscuits 100%.
Our goal is to provide healthy, premium pet treats made with quality ingredients that will make our furry friends happy, while raising funds to keep our Colorado animal welfare organizations thriving so they will find homeless dogs and cats good homes.
Therefore, I feel it is important to produce our biscuits in a manner that helps Colorado in various ways:
- Recycled Paperboard: The wraparound package is made from recycled paper products. Please continue the recycling circle and recycle the package one more time.
- Humane Treatment/Free Range: It is important to treat the animals that provide us with food in a respectful manner. I use cage free eggs and ground chicken that grazed on natural grass and other good feeds. No microbial wash is used to preserve the meat.
- High Quality, Natural and Organic Ingredients: Where I can locate organic ingredients, I use them in my biscuits. Because this is a small company, the biscuits are not yet certified organic.
- Donate to Colorado Animals Shelters: While I recognize that the first year or so of my business will not realize a profit, my dream is to ultimately donate all of the net profits to Colorado humane societies and other animal welfare organizations that work so hard to find a forever home for our homeless animals. In the meantime, I donate regularly to Colorado animal shelters from the proceeds of the biscuit sales.
Buy Local. Living in Boulder County, we are fortunate to be close to many small farmers. I purchase locally produced eggs, honey, meat, and veggies when available.