Thanksgiving is around the corner, and for the most part, that means fatty foods and seasoned sides that aren’t safe for dogs.
This year, don’t risk a trip to the emergency vet for acute pancreatitis, or bore your dog with bland scraps of white meat and veggies from your side dishes.
Try making these fun Thanksgiving recipes that are specially designed to be healthy and tasty!
In need of some super-easy, super-cheap dog treats that you can use as bite-sized rewards during training?
These one-ingredient “turkey ball” treats are easy to whip up with your dehydrator.
Neck & Giblets
Not a recipe, but an idea: let your dog have the raw turkey neck and giblets from your bird! Some dogs may have trouble digesting these rich goodies if they don’t normally eat raw, but for others, it’s a healthy holiday tradition.
Learn how to decide if your dog should get the giblets, and how to give them safely.
Make this easy Thanksgiving feast by shaping your dog’s favorite canned food with holiday themed cookie cutters.
Check out Kimberly’s post on City Dog Expert.
Make with oatmeal and whole wheat flour, plus fiber-rich pumpkin, this pumpkin cupcake recipe is good for tumultuous tummies.
Get the recipe for pumpkin cupcakes for dogs.
Cranberry & Pumpkin Dog Treats
There are only a few ingredients in this recipe, one of them is cranberries, so this is a great way to use up extras if you’re making cranberry sauce for your human fam.
Get the recipe for these cranberry and pumpkin dog treats.
Microwave Sweet Potato Dog Treats
Sweet potato chips made in your microwave are so easy to make, and they’re sure to be a hit with both your dogs and your people.
Get the recipe for microwave sweet potato dog treats.
Carrot Cake Dog Treats
These carrot cake dog treats are made with carrot, oats, applesauce, and coconut – all very flavorful, wholesome ingredients that your dog will love.
Get the recipe for carrot cake dog treats.
Ayokunnumi A. E
Friday 17th of January 2020
Great one Pevny!
Outside of the festivities of thanksgiving, you can also seldom give your canine companions POP-CORN. Worthy of note is that it should be butter and salt free.
This way, you precious pet is fed with a sizable amount of calcium (which is good for the teeth), phosphorous, and magnesium.
Wouldn't be a bad idea to take a bite yourself!
Thursday 21st of November 2019
These are some great recipes! Thanks for including our Pumpkin Pupcakes recipe. :)