Safe and Tasty
Learn which Thanksgiving dishes, such as turkey, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, and cranberries, are appropriate for dogs so you can serve them a fun and tasty meal.
serve turkey to your dog safely, including advice on preparation, portion control, and avoiding bones, to make sure you both have a delicious Thanksgiving meal.
Learn about the advantages of pumpkin for dogs, including how it can aid in a healthy digestive system and add flavor to their Thanksgiving feast.
Learn about the high fiber, vitamin, and mineral content, as well as other nutritional benefits that make sweet potatoes for dogs a tasty and healthful treat.
the antioxidant characteristics and potential support for urinary tract health of cranberries for dogs, which can lend a tart touch to their Thanksgiving meal.
Foods to Avoid
Onions, garlic, grapes, chocolate, and some spices are among the Thanksgiving items that may be dangerous to dogs; be sure they are out of reach.
Moderation is Key
when giving your dog Thanksgiving treats, paying attention to amount control and maintaining a balanced diet to avoid any potential digestive problems.
If you want to give your dog's Thanksgiving celebration a special touch, think about making handmade Thanksgiving goodies for them