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  • Treats for the holidays

    not sure if I am posting this in the right spot

    but this is my first year mobile and I wanted to put together some treat bags does anyone know where I can get a large amount for wholesale price

    I looked at pet edge but they dont have biscuit treats in bulk.

  • #2
    Try Barbara's Canine Catering in Charlotte, NC. They sell in retail packages or in bulk @ wholesale. They are great quality and have a large variety of treats. I'm sure you can google it to get to the website.

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    • #3
      Pawduke!

      I just ordered a 13 lb. box of a mixed holiday flavors (smell wonderful BTW!!) from Pawduke the other day. Shipped extremely fast...and pretty reasonable, I think. They sell in prepackaged containers or wholesale bulk. I bought a few lbs at one of the shows I attended and my dogs LOVED THEM! Check them out!

      http://www.pawduketreats.com/

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      • #4
        I bought several $1.99 squeaky toys from pet edge and attached a goodie bag with about a cup of PUPcorn and a basted crunchy bone
        I can;t wait to get my plush horses in to finish my gifts ...All my dogs I see this week I will see again before christmas ...so I still have to wait to hand them out <<>>

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        • #5
          HORSES where did you get those?

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          • #6
            mmm..

            mmm dumb question coming up,
            I dont have a wholesale #,
            but do I really need one if I am not trying to resale the treats? I just want the bulk quality at affortable prices

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nzamora View Post
              mmm dumb question coming up,
              I dont have a wholesale #,
              but do I really need one if I am not trying to resale the treats? I just want the bulk quality at affortable prices
              By all means get a sales tax exemption number (wholesale number). It lets businesses you deal with know that they are dealing with another business.

              As for treats, try our supplier. Boggy Dog Bakery They ship everywhere except Vermont. Christy makes up specially packaged treat bags for us with our company logo.
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              • #8
                For years I would offer holiday treat bags, then I found more clients telling me their pet had 'some sort' of allergy and would nicely say no. I decided to change my direction to giving more toy or keepsake gifts then.
                Some very inexpensive ideas are little frames at a local dollar store, take a picture of the pet (finished of course), print it out, cut it to size, slip it in the frame and give it to the owners...for the pets I try to stay with toys. You can find them in bulk
                OR if you really want to get creative... find a stamp making company, you can get a rubber stamp made fairly cheap, you can find tennis balls at a dollar store too, usually 3 for a buck, get fabric ink on a stamp pad... stamp the ball... you have just created a very personal toy for your pets.
                The idea one of my elderly 'lease' crafters years ago did... made simple salt dough bone ornaments, little piece of silk ribbon with a knot for hanging, she included a small paint pen so it could be personalized.

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