Giving Back


Barkery Oven is committed to giving back to the community in any way we can. We are always reaching out to local dog shelters, organisations, and committed individuals to help us grow and nurture the community for pets. We have donated treats, money, time, and most importantly, healthy meals to the following dog shelters and more. 

Barkery Oven with CherishLife Home               Barkery Oven with TNRM (Trap, Neuter, Release, Manage)              Barkery Oven with SPCA Selangor

CherishLife Home

Aunty Winnie is currently taking care of 250 dogs at the shelter and some critically ill ones at her own home. She started the NO-KILL shelter with her own pension fund and it has been an uphill battle since then to generate enough funds to sustain the shelter.

TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage)

TNRM Project is a registered society run by volunteers. It is a humane alternative to euthanasia for managing and reducing community dog populations. TNRM relies on sterilisation of the dogs so that they don't breed.

SPCA Selangor

The aim of the SPCA is to protect defenceless animals and to alleviate their suffering. Established in 1958, the SPCA provides temporary shelter to unwanted animals in Selangor and the Federal Territory. They try to re-home as many as possible, but with more than 600 animals arriving every month the shelter is constantly challenged by a shortage of space and limited funds.


#BarkeryCares saving dogs with peanut butter


Saving Dogs with Peanut Butter Program 

Started June 2015, Barkery Oven had a mission to assist CherishLife Home to raise sustainable support for dogs‬ under the care of Aunty Winnie.

Under this program, #BarkeryCares contributed 250gm of RAW meal to furkids in the community for every JAR of #BarkingNuts SOLD. An approximate 100kg of raw food was donated to Cherish Life Home. 

This program has now ended.


Barkery Oven Sponsor Mama Project

Started 2016, Barkery Oven is the proud sponsor mama for this cute little fellow named Skippy. He was born with malfunction hind legs and was immediately taken in by Aunty Winnie of Cherish Life Home. Seeing Skippy scoot around happily on his backside as though its the most normal thing in the world really taught us one thing,

"Its not what happens to you, Its what you do about it."