Dr. Becker's Bites Mission. For 22 years, Dr. Becker’s Bites has been the front-runner of the pet industry with creative, healthy and tasty treats for dogs and cats. Our mission is to continue leading the pet treat division by educating dog and cat owners on the nutritional needs of their companions and by creating new and innovative single protein treats geared to the health and wellness of each and every pet. Our promise to you is that we continue to produce products of the highest quality without compromising health for cost... EVER!
Dr. Becker's Bites History. Over 20 years ago Karen Becker, DVM, NMD, asked her mother to bake some special treats for her own personal pets. Knowing that grain-free, wholesome 100% meat treats did not exist, she suggested a few ideas for her mother to try. After experimenting with different ingredients and baking methods in her kitchen, the first batch of treats were sent to Karen. Her dogs and cats, and even her crocodile, went nuts over the treat and Karen asked for another order of the “Bites” to place in her clinic. They sold out within hours and Dr. Becker’s Bites was officially born. Today Dr. Becker’s Bites is a 3 generation family owned business. Karen has lent her name to the products, satisfied with the quality that her title bears. To continue reading the History of Dr. Becker's Bites, click here
Who is Dr. Becker. Karen Shaw Becker is the most followed veterinarian in the world, and for good reason. Dr Becker believes in a deliberate, common sense approach to creating and maintaining vibrant health for companion animals and an unconventional, integrative approach to addressing disease and re-establishing well-being in ill pets. This refreshing, proactive approach that intentionally focuses on creating or restoring health has been embraced by millions of pet lovers around the world. To learn more about Dr. Karen Becker, click here
Why Pets love Dr. Becker's Bites. Dogs and cats are domesticated carnivores. The dog and wolf are genetically identical and both share the same species name – Canis Lupis. Cats are even more carnivorous (obligate carnivores) than dogs, and all carnivores eat meat. Yet only a small handful of dogs and cats receive the species appropriate diet their digestive systems are designed for. Most dogs and cats are allergic to grain because their digestive systems simply are not made to process grain. To learn more about why pets love Dr. Beckers, click here