Give your pal a droolicious, artisan-baked treat with the Three Dog Bakery Classic Cremes Golden Cookies with Natural Vanilla Flavor Filling Dog Treats. This classic sandwich cookie looks just like the one you’d find at a gourmet bakery because it’s made with the same love and dedication, with real ingredients like wheat flour, cane syrup, and vanilla. It’s hand-crafted by artisans in a dog-loving kitchen, with never any fillers, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Since they’re 100% made from scratch and slowly baked to preserve flavor, your pal will love them anytime he deserves a sweet reward.
100% all natural, premium sandwich cookie with real vanilla filling.
Made from scratch and handcrafted by artisans in dog-loving kitchens.
Made with all-natural vanilla, wheat flour and cane syrup with no fillers.
Slowly baked for a delicious, sweet flavor and texture your pal will love.
Proudly made and baked in the USA with never any artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.
These treats are intended as a snack or reward and are not formulated to serve as a complete and balanced meal.
Baking With a Purpose
Three Dog Bakery came to be all thanks to a rescue pooch named Gracie. She was sensitive to most foods, including your typical canine kibble. That's why the dog-loving chefs at Three Dog Bakery decided to bake her fresh treats in small batches with real ingredients. Now, just like Gracie, your pup can enjoy a tasty, baked treat too. They look so good, even you'll be tempted to steal a bite!
Classic Cookies and Classic Cremes
When you think of a bakery, cookies are just one of the many comforting treats that may come to mind. That's why Three Dog Bakery has a whole line of them. Their Classic Cookies and Classic Cremes are inspired by the same cookies that pet parents love to eat. With cookies stuffed to the gills with irresistibly delicious cream fillings and a variety of flavors to choose from, you can't go wrong.
Biscuits and Beg-Als
Crafted from scratch by pastry chefs, the Biscuits and Beg-als from Three Dog Bakery are made with simple ingredients like real peanut butter and rolled oats. Every small batch is slowly baked to lock in all the drool-worthy flavor your dog loves plus some beneficial nutrients he deserves. Once your canine companion takes a bite out of these crunchy rewards, he'll certainly be begging for more.
Grain-free Isn't Boring
Whether your pup is sensitive to grains or just needs to watch his figure, Three Dog Bakery offers plenty of grain-free options to choose from, so he doesn't have to worry about a thing. Each grain-free creation is crafted with real vegetables, fruits and protein for a taste that even the pickiest dog will devour with delight.
About Three Dog Bakery
From a passion and love for dogs, Three Dog Bakery was founded in 1989 with one mission—to freshly bake the world's best artisan dog treats and provide pet parents with all-natural rewards they can feel good about giving their furry friends. Handcrafted in the USA with wholesome ingredients, Three Dog Bakery offers a variety of treats you can trust that are packed with the flavors your dog craves.
These cookies... for dogs?... are full of sugar and partially hydrogenated oil (trans fat) and cost twice as much as sandwich cookies for people. Just buy a bag of regular cookies at the grocery store next time you're there.
on Apr 1, 2019
These dog treats are yummy, with natural ingredients it's hard for my family to resist. Only reason I will not buy these again are the palm oil. They are destroying the rain forest for palm oil. Please change this ingredient. The rest of three dog products are fantastic and I do recommend them!
Dog loves them, but they contain a lot of sugar!
on Mar 31, 2019
I will have to wean by dog from these. I was given a package and Bear loved them, so I continued to buy them until I happened to look at the ingredients and saw how much sugar they contain. I have trouble corralling MY “sweet tooth”, there is no reason to give a dog additional sugar. Yikes.
My pups love this prodcut
on Apr 30, 2019
Both my pups love these treats, I haven't purchased them on here but I buy them straight from the three dogs bakery in Grayson, Georgia.
Dog loved it
on Apr 24, 2019
I would have love to give these cookies a 5 because Bella loves them but it kept giving her diarrhea everytime she ate it .
Izzy love em
on Mar 8, 2019
My dog love love love these cookies I been looking for them everywhere and finally found them on this site thank you so much nothing makes me happy than to see my dog happy
Turns my boxer into Cookie Monster!
on Jan 2, 2019
Reverse of another review I just wrote.... my boxer loves these and can’t get enough. My Amstaff snubs them and refuses to eat them. Spoiled!!! Lol. Cookies are great... like a vanilla Oreo. Only complaint would be that when delivered they left box out in rain, rather than under overhang, so outer box and cookie box were soaked. When I picked it up all the cookies fell out. (But they are in a plastic wrap) so they were ok.
Great cookies, not so good packaging
on Dec 17, 2018
I work with dogs and have never met one that didn’t LOVE these cookies. And that includes my insanely picky dog at home that won’t eat treats, bones, or kibble.
The one downside is the packaging it comes in. You have to open the entire thing which leaves all three rows of cookies exposed to air and bacteria. It would be nice if each roll came individually wrapped or in a box that you could actually close for protection. My dog isn’t a counter surfer, but I’m sure this packing is a hassle for people with dogs that are.
Best cookies ever
on Apr 11, 2019
Dakota loves these cookies. I have been buying Three Dog Bakery goods for years. They are the best!
"Classic Cremes" A+++
on Oct 29, 2018Top 50 Contributor
Three Dogs Bakery really produces delicious, quality treats. The "Classic Creme" line are a huge hit in my house ---I mean, I've tried the peanut butter and vanilla flavors and they are great-tasting cookies, so it is no shock that dogs love them. I notice the lack of additives that similar cookies made for humans have in them. That being said, these will go stale fairly quickly, so putting them in either an air-tight container or ziplock bag definitely helps maintain their freshness.