Bear Bones Bakery

A Dog's Best Friend
Our Customers say we are the Best Small Business for Dog Lovers to Support!

Here at Bear Bones Bakery, we love our canine companions, and we want them to enjoy healthy treats, with no preservatives or additives, that their humans can feel good about giving.  So we bake in small lots, with natural ingredients, and fold in lots of care to make simple, hearty treats and snacks your dog will love to share.

Trader's World Location
Bear Bones Bakery is happy to have a location in Trader's World starting in APRIL 2024!
Come find us in building 8, spot 40!
We not only have our treats, but Paw Balm, Leashes, Bandanas, Key Chains, and Dog Toys!
Looking forward to seeing you!

Get your Bear Bones Bakery egift cards for your favorite dog, for any occasion!

Megan Stewart


Megan is the Chief Executive Officer (and chief cook and dishwasher) of Bear Bones Bakery. She has a long history of being involved in cooking and baking, and a lifelong commitment to her dogs, including her current service dog, Grizzly (who inspired the Bear in Bear Bones).


Megan's Service Dog, Chief Taste Tester, Quality Control Supervisor

The greeter of Bear Bones Bakery, Megan’s Service Dog, and always happy to meet new friends. He was the inspiration behind the bakery, and has several bones in honor of him. The one he likes best is the Puppy Mint, after he decided to open and eat half a bag of Brach’s peppermints. Although, as with friends, there isn’t a Bear Bones Bakery treat he doesn’t like!


Grizzly's Administrative Assistant

Welcome, Maverick, to the Bear Bones Bakery Family. This little cutie is Grizzly's trainee for service dog, and taste tester. He is learning quickly with his Bear Bones Bakery treats! He absolutely loves tasting them just like his big brother Grizzly! When he comes to visit at an events, he is a great hit!


Peanut Butter Pal!

Hi, I am Danny. I am the newest member of the Bear Bones Bakery team. I love playing with Maverick, and learning my new family with my favorite Peanut Butter treats! (But I am learning all Bear Bones Bakery Treats are yummy!)


What we make is simple: high-quality wholesome dog treats from real ingredients. The garnishes on our treats come from the heart with which we produce them, and not from unnecessary fillers and decorations.

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We currently accept cash and credit cards. Personal checks are not yet considered valid except by prior arrangement.


We offer a wide variety of treats in many different recipes. We are now selling Training Treats by the Pound and Half Pound; with our half pound boxes you can mix and match to get different flavors. We accept invitations from local event planners (with advance notice) to showcase our products and to allow those same events to benefit from our added "draw" of participants. We even accept opportunities for cooperative marketing and co-branding.

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If you need or want more information, we'll be happy to help. You can request information via email at or text/call at (513)341-8583. Because we are a small business, please allow us at least a 24 hour weekday turnaround or next business day on weekends (when we do outbound events).

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Would you like to meet Grizzly in person? He's always ready to make new friends! Here are the events where you can find him (and Bear Bones Bakery). You might even have Maverick or Danny show up!

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Best Sellers of Bear Bones Bakery

The Bear Bones Bakery Best Sellers List

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Grizzly's Shelter Friends

Bear Bones Bakery accepting donations to provide treats to Grizzly's Shelter friends.

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Taste Tester

The little Landseer Newfoundland pup my daughter got, and wound his way directly into my heart. Warrior loves all treats from Bear Bones Bakery!


Taste Tester

This adorable little pup is Warrior's new little sister, and the newest member of our taste testing team! Welcome to the Bear Bones Bakery family little Luna!


Newest Taste Tester

Welcome, Astro, to the family! This sweet 8 week old pup is my Grandpup, and less than 24 hours at his new home, he loved my Bear Bones Bakery Peanut Butter Treats! And I just LOVED his puppy breath!


Taste Tester, Special Dietary Needs

Kona is a Tamaskan, a rare breed, that has been a taste tester for Bear Bones Bakery from the start. With his special diet, (he's wheat allergic) he became my special needs taste tester. Not a fruit eater, this boy is clearly a meat and potatoes guy!

Kira and Kami

Taste Testers

Kira and Kami are Tamaskans from Stoney Creek Tamaskan here in Ohio, and while their sister (Lyra, not pictured) likes fruits, these two ladies still prefer meat!

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Taste Tester

Kami and Kira's little sister, and Kona's daughter. This beautiful girl is the Tamaskan who likes fruit!


Taste Tester, Special Needs

Max is a Tamaskan male, related to Kona. Both boys have special dietary needs, and are happy to taste test!


Taste Tester

This big boy likes his Bear Bones Bakery treats so much, he stands guard over them!

We are so excited to welcome little sweet Astro to the Bear Bones Bakery Family! He is my newest Grandpup, and I just love him and his puppy breath!

He enjoyed visiting me before my daughter had him for 24 hours, and of course I had to give him a Peanut Butter Training Treat (yes, he loved it, gobbled it up, and even went sniffing for crumbs.

NEW! We have E-GiftCards for your favorite doggos! 

No matter the occasion, you can now send out our E-GiftCards!

Go click on the CONTACT US link, then pick your card pattern and amount, send up to 100 at a time. 

So make your Doggy list, and send out these cards for any occasion!

Do you want some yummy Bear Bones Bakery Treats?

I am so very excited to tell you that not only are they being given out at McClure chiropractic office (where Grizzly gets adjusted, and just LOVES his visits to 'Doc' and staff) for all dogs coming to get adjusted...

They are now also available at Germantown Vet's office!

I think that's a ringing endorsement for the Bear Bones Bakery treats!

Hello all!

We have been baking and shipping our amazing Bear Bones Bakery treats to a lab for an analysis to put onto our boxes. It is so amazing to now be able to share more information with you!

We are also going to add the ingredients on a new label, so you know that these amazing flavors of our Bear Bones Bakery treats are also made with natural ingredients!

So we are also going to be adding this information from the lab onto each flavor on the website for you to be able to see...

And speaking of seeing... We ordered 2 new signs for displaying at events, so that we will be visible from each direction (and I am also working on display ideas as well)!

Check out our events section, we will be updating that as we find more events!

Megan, Grizzly and Maverick

Hello all! Grizzly, Maverick and Megan have been baking Training Treats by the Pound, for your enjoyment.

It is a great price, $15.00 per pound, or $7.50 a half pound!

We have fixed shipping, and $100 orders ship free!

So go out and mix and match your flavors...but let Megan know what you wish to order, because the website ordering would charge the fee on each pound. 

We are also available to deliver locally!

Grizzly and Maverick want to wish everyone a very Happy Halloween! They had lots of fun seeing the kids dressed up, and a bunch of dogs too!

Maverick dressed up like Cookie Monster for his very 1st Halloween (and turned 9 months old a few days before). 

Grizzly, of course, was the treat guard, of both the Tootsie Rolls and the Bear Bones Bakery treats we handed out to people who had dogs with them, or told us they had dogs...

I also got a picture of Luna and Warrior in their Halloween finest...

I hope you all had a safe and happy Halloween.

From all of us at Bear Bones Bakery, here's hoping today was full of treats (and Grizzly and Maverick sure got to taste test while Megan baked!), and no tricks.

Grizzly here, and I have to tell you all about what mom and I did today...I had so much fun! We had the Craft Show at the Butler County Fairgrounds, and I had so much fun sniffing all the smells from the fair. Mom said I smelled horse smells and pig smells!

We set up our yummy Bear Bones Bakery Treats, and I just sniffed all the yummy goodies! But I know Mommy says they are for other doggos to have my treats, so I was a good boy (although you know my Mommy shared some with me, because after all, they are named after me and I am a taste tester!).

These were the Training Treats Mom had boxed up and priced, in single flavors...

Mom also had Training Treats available to mix and match by the pound...

And some of our Full Size Bear Bones Bakery flavors (which are part of the Baker's Dozen, so you get a 13th box free...I suggest either Bacon, Bacon or Bacon & Cheese, Please, but they are ALL favorites, because Mom makes yummy treats!).

Our friend, Miss Dolce, was in the booth next to us...She is so nice to me, and pets me, and loves on me, and I just love going over to say hello to her. Mommy took this picture of me sitting by her homemade frames with Dog themes...

Then when the doors opened up, I was ready for Meet & Greet time! Dad said that is my job, and I just love meeting new people!

A new friend came to smell my treats, and pick which ones to get (and brought a 9 week old puppy with her too)! 

My new friend must have LOVED my Bear Bones Bakery treats, because I got kisses...

Thank you to all of the NEW friends who came to visit and give me pets. Thank you to all the friends that already knew me who came to visit and give me pets. Thank you to everyone who tells my Mommy how much they love my treats that she makes, because I love seeing my Mommy happy! 

You all make Mommy and me very happy! So thank you very much for being so wonderful.

Love, Grizzly


YES PLEASE! I am patiently waiting, MOM! You said PEANUT BUTTER!

DID YOU SAY PEANUT BUTTER? Brother, is Mom opening Peanut Butter? I better get off the bed before she realizes (cause I'm not supposed to be up here, but Dad let me...). I want PEANUT BUTTER!

Okay, so now that my 2 boys are drooling...being Taste Testers and Quality Control is a job they take very seriously! I am going to let you know why Peanut Butter treats are Bear Bones Bakery Best Sellers!

The original Peanut Butter, has been a recipe I have been making for my personal dogs WAY before I started Bear Bones Bakery (we aren't going to admit how long that is, but since I was 12). 

Grizzly is getting a little older (aren't we all, lol) so PB&T came to be part of our Peanut Butter flavors. It is the regular Peanut Butter treat, with a hint of turmeric. This is good for joint health.

Peanut Butter and Bacon, well, what could be better? Grizzly and Maverick seemed to think nothing would be better...They line up in the kitchen, in the hopes that while mixing, rolling and baking, Mom might just drop something on the floor that they can gobble up.

Well, I wasn't done with the Peanut Butter flavors! My daughter's Landseer Newfoundland, Warrior, has a NEW flavor! Warrior's a Cheesy-Nut is a peanut butter and cheese treat, which came to be in Aug 2021 after Tori asked me for a flavor for him. I was eating cheese crackers filled with peanut butter at the time, so came home and made a test batch. 

Being that Warrior seems to be a slightly picky eater, I was THRILLED he gobbled them up! 

Of course, then Tori mentioned her boyfriend, Chase, eating the same crackers I love, and sharing with Warrior. I am still laughing!

Our Peanut Butter treats are available By the Pound. They are easy to break if you need smaller sized treats for smaller dogs. They are chock full of yummy goodness!

Grizzly gives 4 paws up! Maverick gives 4 paws up! Warrior gives 4 paws up!

Your doggos will be thrilled at getting any one of our Bear Bones Bakery Peanut Butter Flavors.

Thank you for your support~

Megan, Grizzly, Maverick (and Warrior)

My amazing daughter, Tori, went with me on Saturday Aug 14, 2021 to the St Brigid Festival. I was just so thrilled that she wanted to come help me with Bear Bones Bakery treats! And she just absolutely amazed me (yes, I am one proud momma!)

This is my daughter, with a beautiful smile to match her beautiful huge heart. Again, proud Momma!

So she knows I have come up with flavors in honor of some people and fur babies in my life...and asked me in between her telling people about how "Mom makes all these dog treats, with no preservatives or additives, and all human grade ingredients!" and learned how to do all the sales (which was amazing!), if I would make a flavor in honor of her Landseer Newfoundland, Warrior.

Ok, so those of you that have been friends for a long time, like while Bear Bones Bakery was still in the thinking process, know that I was teased about having a "Bakery Brain" quite often. It has yielded some flavors that have been very popular.

When Tori asked for a flavor for Warrior, I was quite honored. Warrior is my grand dog, after all! And while he loves salmon and lamb to eat, it would make those treats too expensive to offer in the regular line. Not to mention, when I tried salmon treats, the smell was one I opted not to bake again...LOL.

We spent quite a while tossing ideas back and forth. I told her I could rename the Peanut Butter & Bacon for him, or one of the other flavors. My daughter wanted a new one...and since I was eating a peanut butter filled cheese cracker at the time, I teased her about a Peanut Butter & Cheese. She, of course, immediately grinned and said yes!

Now, ideas are just the start of new flavors. I have to practice to get the correct ingredients at the right amounts, then see if they bake the way I want them, before I am willing to add them to the Bear Bones Bakery list of approved flavors. So I made absolutely no promises, and told her I would try just because she asked me for a flavor. I would do just about anything to make my daughter smile, and this sure got a big smile.

So I came home, and made the Peanut Butter and Cheese. But then I needed to get a name that she would approve too! After all, it was something to make her even more happy.

She wanted Warrior's name in the name of the treat, which is something I have only done once, in regards to Chewy (who crossed the rainbow bridge). It was very hard to think about putting another name into a treat name...but we finally found one she liked.

Warrior's a Cheesy-Nut came to be. It is a peanut butter and cheese treat.

Here's Warrior, the Grand Pup. His new flavor is one sure to be loved by all of your doggos as much as Grizzly and Maverick enjoyed being taste testers for...and their tails wagged and they drooled. They also like being Quality Control Supervisors!

Thank you, Tori, for being the amazing young lady you are, and for asking me to do something for your pup! I love you both very much!

I am so very excited. After quite literally months of trying to get dog hair out of my new van, and I mean months, I found a product that had me doing the happy dance and giggling with glee in my driveway today (for those of you that know me, that says quite a lot about my level of excitement).

We always put down sheets or blankets on the floor of the van, to contain dog hair (unsuccessfully, since Grizzly and now Maverick walk around and the floor gets exposed). Dog hair is very difficult to get out of carpet on van or car floors!

Have you ever tried? I tried the shop vac, no success. I tried the vac at the car wash, no success. I tried a sticky lint roller, not only no success, but a resounding failure of epic proportions! Then I tried wrapping duct tape around my hand and mistakenly assumed that would work! HA HA HA

I even bought a grooming glove with little points on it...again, no success.

The service department with my van said use nitrile gloves. No success. I was totally at my whit's end thinking my nice black carpet in my van would permanently be coated in dog hair like super glue!

Then I went to a store, where the manager saw Grizzly with me, and mentioned having 2 labs at home that got dog hair everywhere! Which started a conversation about the van floor. And she had a fantastic idea...

Chom Chom. Yes, Chom Chom. I thought she said chomp, chomp, but she told me how to spell it, mentioned it got dog hair out of EVERYWHERE she tried to remove hair. I was a sceptic. After all these attempts, I think anyone would be!

I went onto Amazon, found it, and a video about how to use it. Looked simple, and I decided to try one last time before considering ripping carpet out of the van to remove the hair! I ordered it after watching a video about the product.

OH MY GOSH! Now I am so happy it is amazing! I got it out of the package today, knowing to be more aggressive on rolling to get the hair up, and went outside to try on the carpet!

If you want to do a happy dance yourself, get hair out with ease, empty from the back with ease, and not go crazy like I did...Get on Amazon and order yourself a Chom Chom! 


Maverick got a great box from Kong, after buying the Heartguard and Nexguard for him from the vet. They sent a link for him to get the box from Kong for FREE! I was very excited when the box came, (Maverick was too, since he loves his Kongs!) as I have been filling the Kong (s) and putting them into the freezer. When I went to throw the paper away, I was amazed to find recipes from them on the other side of the page! WOO HOO! (And you can see recipes we have used in a prior blog post on Enrichment...)

Then I went and looked on line and found some more I figured you all might like to see some of them, and I figured I would share! Again, credit goes to Kong for posting them!

Candy Corn
from Caleb


  • 1 cup pumpkin
  • 1 cup plain yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 Tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 cup mashed banana
  • KONG Classic

Spoon small amount of banana into silicone mold tray. Mix cinnamon with pumpkin and spoon small amount into silicone mold tray. Mix maple syrup with yogurt and fill the remainder of the silicone mold tray. Freeze for 1-2 hours. Stuff KONG with candy corn treats!

*Tip: Freeze each layer for about 20 minutes to prevent the layers from mixing. 

Cube Chillers
from Baker


  • 12 small KONG Snacks
  • 1 sliced banana
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup water
  • KONG Classic

Place ingredients into ice cube tray and freeze until solid. Place the frozen cube into KONG Classic! 

Sweet n’ Savory
from River


  • 1/2 cup ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup diced apples
  • 1/2 cup died sweet potato
  • 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon KONG Easy Treat Liver
  • KONG Classic

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and seal with KONG Easy Treat Liver and freeze for greater challenge. 

Earth Day
from Barkley


  • 1/2 cup fresh peas
  • 1/2 cup shredded carrots
  • 1/2 cup shredded zucchini
  • 1/2 cup brown rice
  • KONG Classic

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

Oakley’s Oatmeal Cookie Dough
from Chilly


  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 cup applesauce
  • 1 chopped up banana
  • KONG Classic
  • KONG Peanut Butter Spread

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

Fido’s Farmhouse Feast
from Monty


  • 4-5 whole carrots
  • 1 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened dried cranberries
  • 1 cup apple sauce
  • 1 cup baby spinach
  • KONG Classic
  • KONG Easy Treat Peanut Butter

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze.

* This recipe will fill several KONGs depending on the size used. 

Thanksgiving Feast
from Sir Jude McLovin


  • 1 cup shredded turkey
  • 1/2 Cup Canned Pumpkin
  • 1/4 Cup Dried Cranberries
  • KONG Classic
  • 1 Tablespoon KONG Peanut Butter Spread

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

from Tucker


  • 1 cup plain yogurt
  • 1/4 cup chopped mint
  • 1/4 cup chopped parsley
  • 1/2 cup diced apples
  • KONG Classic
  • KONG Peanut Butter Spread

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

Frosty Froyo
from Ralph


  • 1 mashed banana
  • 1 handful of ground up KONG Peanut Butter Snacks
  • 1 cup of plain yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons of KONG Peanut Butter Easy Treat
  • KONG Classic

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs, seal with KONG Peanut Butter Easy Treat and freeze for greater challenge. 

Summer Picnic
from Obi


  • 1 cup cooked ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup shredded carrots
  • 1/2 low fat cup cream cheese
  • KONG Classic

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

Chicken Pot Pie
from Zoe


  • 1/2 Cup Cooked Chicken
  • 1/2 Cup Mashed Potatoes
  • 1/4 Cup Frozen Peas and Carrots
  • KONG Classic

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

Sweet Summer Smoothie
from Sherpa


  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Plain yogurt
  • KONG Peanut Butter Easy Treat

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

Licks & Love
from Kai


  • 1 - 3 oz Cup of Honest Kitchen Love – Grain-Free Beef Dog Food
  • KONG Peanut Butter
  • KONG Classic
  • Strawberries (sliced in heart shapes)

Fill Honest Kitchen Love Cup with warm water to fill line. Stir together and wait 3 minutes. Chop 1/2 cup of strawberries into heart shapes. Put aside 1 sliced strawberry and combine strawberries with Honest Kitchen. Stuff mixture into KONG Classic. Seal with KONG Peanut Butter and place strawberry heart on top. 

Toby’s Tasty Treat
from Lacy


  • 1/2 Cup Shredded Carrots
  • 1/2 Cup Shredded Zucchini
  • 1 Tablespoon KONG Peanut Butter
  • 1/2 Cup Sweet Potato
  • KONG Classic

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split mixture between KONGs and freeze for greater challenge. 

There were a couple more recipes on the paper in the box, that weren't online...Here goes:

Spring Fever 1/2 c plain yogurt, 1/2  c kibble, 1/2 c green beans, 1/4 c chopped strawberries, Kong Classic. Mix all ingredients together. Split between Kongs and freeze for a greater challenge.

Birthday Carrot Cake 1/2 c oatmeal, 1/2 c shredded carrots, 1/2 c applesauce, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1 T cream cheese, Kong Classic. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Split between Kongs and freeze for a greater challenge.

Apple Cheddar Pupcakes 1/2 c shredded cheddar cheese, 1/2 c applesauce, 1/4 c diced apple, 1/2 c rolled oats, 2 T honey, Kong Classic. Mix all together in bowl. Split between Kongs and freeze for a greater challenge.

Please share any filling recipes that your pups love with us...we love our Kongs here at BBB!

Megan, Grizzly, and Maverick

Grizzly loves his puzzles we bought at Chewy (in prior blog). When Maverick came to live with us, I decided to up my enrichment game.

Where do you start? How about at home? I have many cupcake tins. So here is what I did...

Put Bear Bones Bakery training treats in the cups, top with tennis balls, and let the pup find his treats.

I also used silicone baking sheets I bought, smeared with a healthy scoop of peanut butter. Both boys just LOVE peanut butter. 

Then I made a snuffle mat...for my daughter's pup, Luna. More to be made for mine. And also for Jager, and his kitty friend Joe (which will probably end up a place for him to curl up rather than hide his toys in....

They all love kongs, especially stuffed then frozen...and yes, the training treats are part of the filling.

Favorites are (starting with the kong upside down so you are filling the small hole 1st): Apples, oats, apple pie training treats, peanut butter. Apples, chicken liver, chicken training treats, peanut butter. Blueberies, chicken liver, Chedd-Ah training treats, peanut butter. 

Enrichment is good for the doggos for mental stimulation. It is also a great way to let them calm down and relax with something they love. 

Please let us know what you think about enrichment games/puzzles. And what your canine's favorite Bear Bones Bakery treats you use!

Happy tail wags to all!

Grizzly, Maverick and Chewy


It is with great sadness that our own Chewy crossed over the rainbow bridge.

Baking from the heart for your canine companion

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