The holidays are just around the corner and you know what that means… lots and lots of delicious treats. Turkey, pumpkin, cranberries, you name it. Now is the time to celebrate all that we are thankful for with those we love, including the four-legged members of the family.
We’ve put together some Thanksgiving inspired recipes perfect for your pup for this year’s holiday festivities!
Try these easy treats out for your pup. Pumpkin is good for dogs’ digestive systems and the peanut butter will have them droolin’ for more!
This wheat-free recipe is the perfect way to put a twist on those turkey giblets that are usually thrown out. Topped off with a smoky glaze, these will be too delicious to resist.
Is your pup a fan of ice cubes? These frozen Thanksgiving-inspired bites will have them crunching away with joy under the dinner table.
Only 5 ingredients and a bit of time in the oven yields these homemade snacks that look store bought! Your pup will surely lick up every crumb.
Got extra cranberries left over? Drop them into this recipe to make a tasty cookie for your pup. Cranberries are great for preventing UTIs which is also a common problem for dogs. We like cookies with benefits!
Another way to use cranberries, this time infused with pumpkin puree. Jam packed with vitamins, bake this healthy treat into the shape of a turkey leg so your pup can get in on the Thanksgiving dinner fun too!
A pup-friendly version of the classic meatball sure to satisfy your pooch. Filled with turkey, cranberries, green beans, and bread crumbs, it’s the perfect mini bite of Thanksgiving rolled up into a tasty treat.
Turkey and pumpkin: two of the most classic holiday ingredients. Try this 30 minute recipe for a batch of cookies that will get your dog’s tail wagging.
Want a full homemade turkey meal for your pup for Thanksgiving dinner? Try this recipe for a proper bowl of dinner!
Can’t forget about dessert! DIY in less than 50 minutes, they look almost good enough for people to eat!
We had to include a pie recipe, since there’s no more fitting time for pie than this time of year. Plus, mini pies and desserts are just too cute not to display with your Thanksgiving spread. Just be sure to mark that these are for dogs (and not humans) because they look good enough for anyone to eat!
Finally, as always, check with your veterinarian before making any changes to your pet’s diet. Keep in mind any allergies your pup may have to certain ingredients, and introduce new foods in small amounts to your pup if they’re trying it for the first time.
Otherwise, have fun and enjoy the Thanksgiving festivities and let us know how your pup liked your homemade treats by leaving a comment below or tagging us on Instagram, Facebook and/or Twitter photo with #benebone.