Here at PAW PRINTZ we’re passionate about the well-being of all Pets
Established in 2001, PAW PRINTZ offers a chemical-free range of Natural Health-care Products
to enhance a kibble or home made canine diet
Natural Skin-care Products
Chemical-free, great for sensitive skins
Home made & Healthy Pet Treats
all natural dog biscuits, and dehydrated meat, fish or vegetarian treats
We wanted the very best for our companions – now your Pet can benefit from what our own Pets LOVE.
Meet our Taste Testers
It was for our own dogs that we started on the journey of PAW PRINTZ. Along the way, we have been heart-broken with their loss, then fallen in love all over again when the next puppy came into our lives. Have a peak at who we especially developed the health-care products for, and who has trialed and tasted all those yummy pet treats.
Shop for PAW PRINTZ products online
Nutritional Supplements to improve your pets diet; Homemade and Healthy Dog and Cat Treats; Natural Health-care Products for skin and coat; plus Herbal Products for Chickens.
Wholesale Inquiries Welcome
Find us at a Farmers Market
Every Saturday and Sunday we’re out and about attending one to the infamous farmers markets located throughout Victoria. Drop by and say hello, we’re happy to help you choose the right products for your pets or answer any questions on pet health and well being – there’s even free samples for Fido!Markets
Lastest Posts from our Blog
With the thanks of German Shepherd Rescue Victoria, this is how we came to share our lives with a big, black, shaggy dog. Impounded with 13 of his siblings, Beau had spent the first 3yrs of his life in a concreted pen with 23 other dogs. But you wouldn’t know when you meet this soft cuddly teddy bear of a dog.
They specialise in caring for your pet which they do. They have pet shampoo, dog treats, different kinds of products. Friendly person.
A Healthy Hen is a Happy Hen
Why are Chickens so Great? They provide you with food for your family, they eat pests whilst fertilising the garden, plus convert your food scraps into compost.Read all you need to know about keeping backyard chickens in our new book