Handcrafted Dog Biscuits

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About us

Love Yo Pup has a passion for pups. We believe that our pets should enjoy the same high-quality, nutritious foods that we do. That’s what inspired us to start a small batch dog treat business in Omaha, Nebraska.

Farm to Paw

Sourced locally, our dog biscuits are made with a farm-to-paw approach.

Our quality proteins include:

  • Free-range buffalo
  • Locally harvested venison
  • Grass-fed beef, elk, lamb and turkey
  • Free-range chicken and eggs

We also pack plenty of healthy veggies and fiber into our treats to make your pooch's coat shiny. We use organic coconut flour, organic brown rice flour, vitamin-rich organic spinach and flax seed meal. Our treats are also:

  • Low in fat
  • Wheat free
  • Soy free
  • Corn free

We are proud to provide your family with the handcrafted dog biscuits made from the freshest human-grade ingredients.

We Support No-Kill Shelters

Love Yo Pup donates part of our annual proceeds to local no-kill animal rescues and shelters. 

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Meet Nina, Our Founder

I started Love Yo Pup a few years ago, when I discovered one of my dogs Oscar had a heart murmur and other health issues. This was at a time when there were numerous food recalls from the major dog food manufacturers.

I got tired of worrying that the food I was feeding my dogs may be harmful, especially with Oscar's health conditions. As a pastry chef, I asked myself, “Why don’t I just make them snacks?” That’s when Love Yo Pup was born.

If you're like me, you want only the best for your dogs. It was extremely important to me to find the perfect balance between nutrition and taste. My dog biscuits needed to be a yummy snack but not "doggie junk food." What you find today in your bag of treats is the result of lots of hours in the kitchen. Feeling good about what goes into my dog’s tummy has made it all worth it.

During my doggie adventures, I’ve met a lot of great people. I am constantly reminded that healthy communities are built on connecting with each other around the things we cherish most. I have seen the love for our animals break down otherwise intractable barriers. Nurturing and cultivating these relationships has taught me that interconnectedness changes not only our lives but the lives of our pet companions.