- What ingredients do you use?
- How many treats can I give my dog each day?
- How long will these treats stay fresh?
- How should the treats be stored?
- Do you ship treats to customers outside of the UK?
- How long does delivery normally take?
- How much does delivery cost?
- What treats do you have for wheat-intolerant/lactose-intolerant dogs?
- What payment options are there?
- What are the best treats to use for dog training?
- How can I contact Happy Hound?
What ingredients do you use?
You can find more information about our ingredients here.
How many treats can I give my dog each day?
The number of treats you give your dog daily is up to you, but just like humans they should have a healthy balance of food intake and exercise. These treats are nutritious and low-fat and because they do not contain any harmful additives or chemicals, given correctly they can only benefit your dog. Please remember they are treats and should be given as a treat and reward for desirable behaviour or actions.
How long will these treats stay fresh?
Each treat bag has a storage label stating how long they will last, when they were baked and how best to store them. Since they do not contain harmful preservatives and additives, they won't stay fresh forever. Some of the treats will stay fresh kept in an airtight container and some are best kept in the fridge for up to 3 weeks, but this depends on which treat and its ingredients so always check the label. They can also be frozen. On the treats page, you will find storage advice for each treat.
How should the treats be stored?
As well as stating how long the treats will stay fresh, each treat bag has a label advising you on how to best store the treats. Some of the treats can be stored in an airtight container, some in the fridge, but this depends on the treat and its ingredients so always check the label. They can also be frozen.
Do you ship treats to customers outside of the UK?
Unfortunately, at present we can only ship to customers within the UK.
How long does delivery normally take?
Treats are usually baked the day after the order comes in. Orders are then sent using the Royal Mail Recorded (Signed For) First Class service on the same day that the treats are baked. Royal Mail aim to deliver mail sent using this service within 1 day.
How much does delivery cost?
For orders under £20, the cost of delivery is £3.50. All orders above £20 will have no delivery charge.
What treats do you have for wheat-intolerant/lactose-intolerant dogs?
Our Tuna delights are wheat free and lactose/dairy free which makes them ideal for dogs that are wheat and lactose/dairy intolerant. Most of our treats can also be adapted to ensure they do not contain wheat or dairy. Just contact us to discuss your requirements and we will be happy to help.
What payment options are there?
We currently accept Paypal for online orders. If you would like to order using a different method or prefer not to order online then you can contact us.
What are the best treats to use for dog training?
Any of our dog treats can be used for dog training. As a rule training treats should be small and something the dog enjoys. Our small Cheesy Chicken Balls and the Yummy Bones are ideal... or you can just break up whatever treats you order into pieces. If you know your dog's favourite you can also use them as a 'super reward' in training by only offering that particular type after several successful actions or desirable behaviours.
If you live in the Camelford or North Cornwall area, you may also benefit from Happy Hound's Dog Training/Grooming Services.
How can I contact Happy Hound?
Contact details can be found on this page.