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10 November 2016

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A Healthy Thanksgiving Feast for Your Pup

You know who else can’t wait to eat sweet potatoes, turkey, and pumpkin pie? That’s right—your dog. But don’t just give them scraps off the table. There are some super healthy treats you can make for your pup using classic Thanksgiving ingredients that have real health benefits. We rounded up a few of our favorite […]

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You know who else can’t wait to eat sweet potatoes, turkey, and pumpkin pie? That’s right—your dog. But don’t just give them scraps off the table. There are some super healthy treats you can make for your pup using classic Thanksgiving ingredients that have real health benefits. We rounded up a few of our favorite recipes that your dog will definitely be thanking you for.

Turkey Meatballs

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Comfy Belly

Sweet potato and turkey FTW again. This time they’re mixed with brown rice and eggs, a great digestible source of protein for pups.

Green Bean Crunchy Treats

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SkinnyMs.

These green beans snacks are the perfect pup appetizer. Bonus, they’re made with olive oil, which can improve your dog’s skin and coat.

Sweet Potato Baked Chews

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It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken

Who needs yams and marshmallows when your dog can snack on these sweet potato slices instead?

Baked Pumpkin Pie Muffins

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POPSUGAR

Step aside pumpkin pie—this superfood is loaded with beta carotene, and is a natural remedy for upset pup stomachs.

Cranberry Biscuits

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Bark and Biscuits

Who needs the sauce when you can have cookies? Cranberries can help treat pup bladder infections, and this recipe also contains mint to freshen your dog’s breath.

The Ollie blog is devoted to helping pet parents lead healthier lives with their pups. If you want to learn more about our fresh, human-grade food, check out MyOllie.com.

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