Hair loss is an integral part of everyday life when you live with a dog, however, this loss of hair differs depending on the breed, but also on the maintenance of the coat and the general health of the dog.
Brewer's yeast is a leading food supplement of the 21st century for humans but why is it so sought after? Is it also good for your dog? What is brewer's yeast? Brewer's yeast is a collection of strains of the microscopic fungus saccharomyces cerevisiae, which has been...
Spent grains or brewer's spent grain is a term for the residue of malted barley obtained after the wort has been drawn off in the brewing process. The malted barley is boiled and then separated from the liquid and will not be used in the further process. Brewer's...
By postponing the end of life of brewing cereals we save resources. Our spent grains are bio-waste with a high nutritional value, recovered after processing in breweries.
We attach great importance to the quality of the cookies and seek the best for our dogs. One of the aspects of cookies is of course the taste but also the crunchiness. In the photo above we have selected several cookies for the consistency test with a soft / crunchy ratio. Several temperatures and cooking times were tested. Improving the taste during the process.
Barley’s goal is to limit food waste! As part of the circular and local economy, we recycle the brewer’s spent grain from the top.
Quite naturally our artisanal start-up sought to revalue these spent grains with forgotten nutritional qualities. Therefore we decided to use malted barley rich in fiber and protein as the basis for our recipes. We upcycle to fight food waste keeping in mind the dog interest.
Sloopy is a Patou des Pyrénées who loves snow. He is naturally calm but can be stubborn sometimes. Since we reward him with Barley’s cookies he is more attentive ????
Indeed, crackers could be very useful for training dogs.
Rozy tested our crackers. Mimi has a delicate palate and she loved the crunchiest cookie in our range. Thanks to our cookie tester friends we make better crackers !
Chez Barley’s nous avons conscience que les animaux de ferme ne doivent plus mourrir pour nourrir les chiens. Nous voulons créer une nourriture qui soit plus respectueuse des animaux.
“Mais les chiens mangent de la viande !’ C’est vrai et nous avons la réponse: les vers de farine. Après tout vous avez déjà vu un chien gober des mouches quand l’opportunité se présente. En plus les vers de farine sont pleins de bonne protéines.
After centuries of living together with man the digestive system of dogs has adapted to a diet rich in carbo-hydrates. Nowadays if you feed your dog like a wolf you don’t necessarily give it what it needs.