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Dogs go nuts for Dr. peanut butter with Coconut oil !

Dr Peanut Butter with Coconut oil is made purely with Slow roasted peanut spread with Organic coconut oil. 


Each Jar contains 275g of creamy peanut butter with coconut oil only. Absolutely NO palm oil, stabilizers, or artificial flavours, salt, sugar and NO Xylitol.

Enjoy a unique spin on spreads with Dr Peanut Butter and Coconut Oil Spread. This delicious peanut and coconut oil spread is made with peanut spread and organic coconut oil. It is vegan, gluten free, Non-GMO Project Verified and naturally flavoured. Enjoy our coconut peanut butter off the spoon, or onto a LickiMat and baking. Pro tip, you can even hide their medicine pills with peanut butter.


Life is short - go nuts!


Vegan / No palm oil / Glass jar / Non-GMO / Organic / Peanuts carefully sourced in Malaysia.

Suitable for:

All dogs of size & age including puppies. Humans too.



Shelf life of 12+ months from manufacture dates.

Store in a dry, cool place. Do not refrigerate



Low-carb Pupcake with coconut oil peanut butter topping


¾ cup Coconut flour

3 eggs

4 tbsps Greek yogurt

5 tbsps of no sugar added dried cranberries

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tbsp baking powder


In a bowl, combine the dry ingredients: the coconut flour, the cranberries,. Add the eggs, the yogurt, and the vanilla extract, and mix well. Add the baking powder and stir until evenly mixed. Place cupcake liners in metal molds and distribute the batter among the cups, filling them up just over halfway. Bake the cupcakes in a preheated oven at 200°C for 25 minutes.




Can peanut butter be harmful to dogs?

Just because peanut butter has health benefits for dogs doesn't mean it can't be harmful. Here are a few concerns to address when feeding your dog peanut butter:


  • Avoid xylitol. Some types of processed peanut butter contain xylitol, an additive common in toothpaste, chewing gum, and baked goods. Xylitol is highly toxic to dogs, and xylitol poisoning can be life-threatening within a few hours of ingestion.

  • Avoid peanut butter with added sugar and honey. To make peanut butter extra appetizing to sweet-toothed humans, many companies add sugar. Avoid peanut butter with high amounts of sugar, which could contribute to obesity and diabetes

  • Opt for all-natural peanut butter. Checking for harmful additives while getting groceries can be annoying. Pet parents looking to avoid nasty chemicals like xylitol should choose an all-natural peanut butter. 

  • Consider your dog's health. Peanut butter may not be the "pawfect" treat for pups with health problems. Dogs with kidney diseases, obesity, and special dietary requirements should avoid peanut butter. 

  • Follow the 10% treat rule. If your dog is nutty about peanut butter, then it'll take some resolve to limit their portions. Giving your dog too much peanut butter can lead to health conditions like pancreatitis. As a rule, treats shouldn't comprise more than 10% of your dog's daily calorie intake.