5 Thanksgiving Dog Treat Recipes For This Year’s Feast

This Thanksgiving there is so much to be thankful for. As I was planning what I will be bringing to my thanksgiving dinner this year, I wanted to make sure to include some Thanksgiving themed dog treat recipes that I came across. I figured I'd share my favorite recipes with our N-Gage family. 

Heres what I will be bringing for the four legged family members...as well as some treats I will be making with the leftovers after Turkey day. 

1. Pumpkin Cranberry Turkey Dog Treats

Help fight back against winter dry skin and coat with the healthy oils from coconuts, pumpkin seeds and almond flour with these treats. 

Pumpkin Cranberry Dog Treat

2. Puppy Pumpkin Pie

These adorable pumpkin pies for dogs are not only pretty, but they’re packed with nutrients and fiber. They’re also sugar-free, gluten-free, and optionally dairy-free. Because dogs also deserve something special for the holidays!

Puppy Makes DIY Pumpkin Pies for Dogs, and It’s Everything Good in the World

3. Grain-Free Pumpkin Coconut Dog Treats

The treats are packed with ingredients that can really help nourish your canine friends like: Eggs, (for protein) Pumpkin, (for gut health) Coconut Oil, (healthy fat's) as well as Turmeric and cinnamon (natural inflammatory) 

Grain Free Dog Treat Thanksgiving

4. Some Classic Turkey Jerky

With this simple recipe, you can give your pup the protein they need in one of the most natural ways. And hey, if you give them a try yourself- we won't tell. 

Thanksgiving Turkey Jerky  5. Sweet Potato and Leftover Turkey Homemade Dog Treats

These tasty treats are the perfect combination of leftover turkey combined with nutritious sweet potatoes. They can even be frozen and are recommended to use a few weeks later as Christmas presents for your friends with dogs! 

Sweet Potato and Leftover Turkey Homemade Dog Treats

We would love to see how you are planning to #sharethefetch this year! Tag us on instagram to help spread the thanksgiving cheer!

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