Frequently Asked Questions

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All of our beef and chicken comes from London Meats, a purveyor to many of New York City’s local eateries and fine dining restaurants across the US, since 1968. Our sweet potatoes and coconut oils come from local farmers and grocery markets.

Yes, all Amuse Pooch treats are made in small batches in New York City.

Yes, we only use antibiotic free, ethically, pasture raised chicken breast in our treats.  The chickens are hatched, raised and farmed in the United States.

Yes, we always recommend supervision when giving your dog treats or chews.

Amuse Pooch ships and packages all of our treats in resealable bags. These are a convenient way to store and preserve your treats. We recommend storing the bags in a cool, dark place. Keep out of direct sunlight or extreme heat.

Chicken chips are oven baked and dehydrated using a proprietary method that kills any salmonella bacteria. This process has been approved by the Cornell Food Venture Center, Department of Food Science, Cornell University and New York State.

You receive one point for every dollar you spend on treats and personalization. When you reach 200 points you will receive a coupon for a complementary item of your choice.

If you’d like to personalize your packaging, with customized text, and with your favorite picture, contact us at and we can help.

All of our chips are made in small batches, just prior to shipping. We recommend using them within 3 months of purchase, but we doubt they will last that long!

Often due to shipping and handling, some crumbs are left at the bottom of the bag.  These are a valuable commodity and use them wisely – we recommend adding them to your dogs breakfast as an added bonus and some customers have told us they are great to sprinkle on the floor to distract your pooch when you leave.

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Amuse Pooch Update

Thank you for your support of Amuse Pooch, unfortunately we have closed. If you have any questions or just want to say hi, please contact us at .
Wishing you and your pooch health, happiness and lots of treats.

My best, Sherri