We stock all types of treats here at Pet Stop. Come down and have a chat as we offering wide variety of dog treats available, catering to different tastes, preferences, and dietary needs.

1. Biscuits and Cookies

Crunchy treats that come in various shapes and flavours.

2. Soft Treats

Chewy and soft treats that are often more palatable for dogs.

3. Jerky Treats

Strips of dried meat, often high in protein. Common proteins include chicken, beef, or fish.

4. Training Treats

Small, bite-sized treats that are easy to carry and dispense, making them ideal for training sessions.

5. Dental Chews

Designed to help promote dental health by reducing plaque and tartar buildup. They can be crunchy or chewy.

6. Freeze-Dried Treats

Freeze-dried versions of meats or organs, providing a lightweight and convenient option.

7. Natural Chews

Include items like bully sticks, antlers, or hooves, offering dogs a long-lasting chewing experience.

8. Vegetable Treats

Made from vegetables like sweet potatoes or carrots, providing a healthy alternative to meat-based treats.

9. Bones

Raw meaty bones can be a great source of nutrients for the dogs.

10. Interactive Treats

Designed for use with treat-dispensing toys, encouraging mental stimulation and physical activity.

11. Puzzle Treats

Treats embedded in a puzzle or toy that the dog has to figure out how to access, promoting mental engagement.

12. Limited Ingredient Treats

Simple treats with a minimal number of ingredients, suitable for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies.


We stock all types of raw bones here at Pet Stop. Come down and have a chat re the different types of bones – some dogs may have allergies or sensitivities to certain types of bones, so it’s essential to tailor their diet to their individual needs.
Raw Bones:
Raw bones, such as raw meaty bones, can be a good source of nutrients for dogs. They can help promote dental health by reducing plaque and tartar buildup. However, supervision is crucial to ensure that the dog chews the bone safely and doesn’t break it into sharp pieces.
Size Matters:

Choose bones that are appropriate for your dog’s size. Large, hard bones may be suitable for larger breeds but can pose a choking hazard for smaller dogs. Similarly, small bones may be a choking risk for larger dogs.