If Thanksgiving is all about the dinner, the holidays are all about the dessert, as far as we’re concerned—and we’re pretty sure our pups feel the same way. Unlike human treats, though, the canine kind aren’t stuffed with carbs and candy. A few of our favorite festive recipes that have healthy benefits too (including a dog-friendly egg nog!)
For the old school pup, these classic treats are packed with peanut butter.
You could never tell by looking at them, but these red-nosed treats are made with a beef bouillon cube.
Loaded with pumpkin seeds and cranberries for better digestion, fruitcake has never tasted so good.
Puppachino Hot Chocolate
The secret ingredient (and chocolate substitute) in here is carob powder, which is rich in fiber and protein.
Made with canola oil, which contains heart-healthy fats as well as omega 3 fatty acids, plus cinnamon acts as an anti-inflammatory.
They may look sugary, but these treats contain both honey and ginger to help with digestive issues.
Yogurt and an egg (a super source of protein) make this festive drink possible for pups.
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15 August 2023
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