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At WAG, we know you care and are interested about how your doggy's treats are made. From Jerky to Bones to Chews, here's a peek of how WAG treats go from paddock to plate.


We put the same care into our treats as you would a homecooked meal.

Melbourne, Victoria. This is where the tail wagging begins. Treats like our dehydrated Jerkies, Antler and Goat Horn arrive every week from our carefully selected suppliers. These facilities are all state-of-the-art and accredited places where quality and safety is tested - no mongrel ingredients to be found!

Goat Horn.

WAG Goat Horns come from right here in Victoria! Goats are culled for their meat for human consumption. The Horns are usually left to waste but that's where we step in. From here, the Horns are boiled to sterilise and pop the live bone and membrane out - some folk mistake the inside of a Horn for marrow but it takes a lot of preservatives to keep the bone and membrane in tact which is why we sell them without. After the sterilisation process, they are sent to us here in Melbourne. From there they are cut down into different sizes before being wrapped with a label. It's as pure and simple as that.

Antler.

WAG Antler is hard Antler - not velvet Antler - that comes from New Zealand. Every year, long-lasting Antlers are shed by deer and left in the wild – and we never let a naturally good thing go to waste. Once they are naturally shed, they are collected, heated up to around 72C to sterilise them and delivered to us in Melbourne. From there they are cut down into different sizes before being wrapped with a label. It's as pure and simple as that.

Jerky and Bones.

WAG Jerky and Bones are dehydrated treats. Almost all of our Jerkies and Bones are sourced from Queensland and Victoria from butchers - steak for you and steak for your doggy, right?!

Our treats are dried to perfection through a slow air-dehydration process. We remove the water and moisture and add nothing back in but an extra rich taste that develops naturally on the way to a shelf stable WAG bag.

Once we receive the treats, they are packed into bags or shrink wrapped into plastic and they're ready to go for your doggo.