Hawaii Doggie Bakery, Hawaii’s original bakery for dogs, proudly announces their 25th year of providing fresh baked treats to four-legged family members all over the world. Founded in 1998, Hawaii Doggie Bakery handcrafts fresh baked healthy innovative treats for dogs using quality local Hawaiian ingredients and nurtures a community that celebrates the love of canines.  The company will commemorate their anniversary with celebrations and promotions starting November 18th and ending on Small Business Saturday, November 25th.

Jen & Trudi
Co-founding sisters

Tasha & Niki
Current Co-Owner sisters

The idea of Hawaii Doggie Bakery was conceived by sisters Jen Kunishima Sarsuelo and Trudi Kunishima Galera who were looking for high quality food for their pregnant dog, Ipo. After not being able to find anything up to their standards, the pair worked with their vet to create homemade treats that incorporated fresh, locally grown ingredients. After Ipo successfully gave birth to nine healthy pups, Jen and Trudi realized they wanted to share their recipes and set out to open a bakery with the best local biscuits and the most creative dog treats in the world.

From biscuits to Doggie Bentos, muffins to Paw-ty Cakes, Hawaii Doggie Bakery quickly became a favorite and beloved shop for dog owners. In 2012, the torch was passed on to a new set of sisters, and Niki & Tasha Libarios became the new owners of Hawaii Doggie Bakery. The Libarios sisters opened up a small shop in Manoa and not only use the same recipes that generations of dogs and their owners have enjoyed, but they expanded the menu to new recipes and dog treats for holiday traditions.

Hawaii Doggie Bakery will kick off the anniversary celebration at their shop on November 18th with 15% – 20% select products and a Gift Card Promotion – Buy $100, get an additional $25. The online celebrations begin on November 18th with an Instagram Giveaway Contest. Also, the first 25 customers who visit on Small Business Saturday, November 25th will receive free Anniversary Mini Cakes.