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The Independent

The PawBakes biscuit-making kit  definitely provided a fun activity that our canine tester could witness – and smell – if not actually join in with…


The peanut butter and honey dough smelled fantastic as it cooked... these freshly baked treats were gobbled up. Perfect for a tea pawty.

Hugo's Adventures

We got peanut butter and honey flavour biscuits and they went down a storm! In fact Hugo and Holly followed me round the kitchen for a good 15 minutes after their first taste begging for more!! 

They’re definitely a winner in our house, Hugo and Holly loved them and I loved how easy they were to make!

Jasper The Fox Red

The pre-packaged mix is super easy for any novice to do and the cute little bone cutter that comes in the packet is a nice touch, mum even says she might use it too make human cookies.

The product was quick, fun and easy to make and that’s what we loved most, anyone could do it. What better way for you and your human to bond than over some doggie baking.

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Borehamwood Times

Three entrepreneurs are on the rise as their business selling treats for pets has taken a new step.

Pawbakes is now being stocked by Fetch the pet store branch of online retailer’s Ocado.

Ila the Toller

PawBakes - Doggie Cupcakes 

After 16 minutes in the oven, they were ready and we both enjoyed the delicious peanut butter smell... Ila was so excited to eat them that she started whining while I took the photos of her with them (she didn’t understand why she couldn’t just eat them first!). 

Adorable Cockers

Baking Time - Trying our PawBakes 

I thought it was time to finally buy PawBakes dog baking kits we have seen them everywhere. I ordered x1 Doggie biscuit baking kit, x1 Doggie cupcake baking it, x1 extra bone cutter and x1 PawBakes tennis ball.

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Adventures of Doodles

A Day With… PitPat at the Victoria Park Dog Show in aid of All Dogs Matter.


The amazing PawBakes (another company we LOVE) had donated some of their kits so there were lots of delicious pupcakes to sell and raise money for All Dogs Matter!

Pet Sitters Ireland

Review from Pet Sitters Ireland 


These are really convenient and easy to make. The results are brilliant and the dogs totally loved them. The smell of them baking was also really gorgeous and I had 2 dogs sat next to me the entire time.

Cooking with Marcel Le Corgi

YouTube review


Marcel Le Corgi baking peanut butter cupcakes.

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Zoella

An award winning, bake your own pet treat kit. Compromised of wholesome, no-nonsense, human grade ingredients. I absolutely LOVE the idea of these.


I’ve baked pupcakes for Nala before and she loved them, so the idea of baking your own dog treats really excites the baker in me.

Adventures of Doodles

Review: PawBakes Doggy Baking Kits

Our Mummy loves to bake, so when PawBakes got in contact and asked if we’d like to try their brand new doggy home baking kits we were very excited. She has searched for recipes online before but they all required ingredients that we did not have in the cupboard so no doggy bakes ever appeared. 

Borehamwood Times

Three entrepreneurial alumni are launching their company nationally this month.

The award-winning PawBakes was founded in May 2013 by alumni Jacquelyn Bond-Vaughan 23, from Borehamwood, Chloe Hackney and Lauren Ash.

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Watford Observer

A youngentrepreneur from Abbots Langley and her two university friends have launched a pet treats company.

Lauren Ash, 22, along with Chloe Hackney, 24, of Hertford, and Jacquelyn Bond-Vaughan, 23, of Borehamwood, have created a business which allows dog owners to bake their own pet treats from home.

Watford Observer

An Abbots Langley student has been left "absolutely speechless" after winning a business competition and a cash prize.

Business student Lauren Ash has won £5,000 after taking the top prize in the University of Hertfordshire’s annual business start-up competition, Flare. 

Borehamwood Times

A student has won £5,000 to help achieve her dream of opening a unique pet treat business.

Jacquelyn Bond-Vaughan, of Borehamwood, and her teammates won the University of Hertfordshire’s annual business start up competition, Flare.